Deanery of Cadbury

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The Deanery of Cadbury represents the Church of England in mid Devon, within the Archdeaconry of Exeter and the Diocese of Exeter. The current rural dean is Douglas Dettmer.

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United Benefice of Crediton and Shobrooke with Sandford and Upton Hellions

Parishes within the United Benefice:

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Benefice of North Creedy

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Benefice of Raddon (Thorverton)

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Benefice of Stoke Canon, Poltimore with Huxham, and Rewe with Netherexe

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