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Frogmore is a village in Devon in south west England.

Get in[edit]

Arrive by bus from Dartmouth or Kingsbridge, or drive or cycle along the A379. There are also some footpaths running through the village.

Get around[edit]

Frogmore is not very big - you can walk around.


In the village, you should try to visit the bridge over the creek head at sunset. The creek lies on an east-west axis and the colours and reflections on the water can make for some rather stunning images.

There is a Regatta during the summer - around the first or second weekend in August. A variety of boat based races are followed by the race across the creek - through the tidal mud. Amusing to watch or take part in!


Take part in the race across the creek at the regatta. Launch a boat at the public hard at the head of the creek.


Pasties and other assorted pastry treats from the Post office and Bakery. Frogmore pasties are a proper meal in themselves and the jam doughnuts are equally good.


See what to buy.


The Globe Inn serves a variety of decent beers, both local and exotic.


There are a few B&Bs in the village, one or two with very nice views of the creek that you can wake up to.

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