Throwleigh

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St Mary the Virgin, Throwleigh

Throwleigh ( /ˈθrli/ ) is a village and civil parish located near the town of Okehampton and the A30 road, in the West Devon district, in the county of Devon, England. Throwleigh has a church called St Mary the Virgin. [1]

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Coordinates: 50°42′N3°53′W / 50.700°N 3.883°W / 50.700; -3.883