Appledore, Northam, Westward Ho!
Churches in the Community

Appledore is a village at the mouth of the River Torridge. Features include Appledore Shipbuilders, a lifeboat slipway and local Ice Cream brand, Hocking's. There are many galleries and Appledore is well-known for its Arts Festivals.

Northam in Devon is north of Bideford and close to Appledore and Westward Ho!. It is believed to be the site of an Anglo-Saxon castle where Hubba the Dane attacked Devon and was repelled by Alfred the Great or by the Earl of Devon. Northam Burrows are a Site of Special Scientific Interest and the Royal Devon Golf Club is the oldest in England.
St Margaret’s Anglican Church has been here for at least seven centuries and an earlier church on this same place since Norman times. See Church History

Westward Ho! is famous for for its unique name which comes from the title of Charles Kingsley's novel Westward Ho! (1855), which was set in nearby Bideford. Its beach is a wonderful place to surf and kite surf. Lifeguards patrol in the summer.

Church Services

9am: St Mary's Appledore
10am: St Mary's Appledore & St Margaret's Northam,
10.30am: Holy Trinity Westward Ho!

10.30am: St Margaret's Northam

Fourth Sunday Every Month
6pm Praise, Wholeness and Healing Service - Holy Trinity

Fifth Sunday Of The Month

Team Service - Alternating between the three churches
(Other two churches closed)

See Details of All Services
Northam & Westward Ho Pewsheet pdf
Appledore Pewsheet pdf

St Margaret's Church Northam is normally open on Tuesdays to Fridays 10am - 12noon 

St Margaret

St Mary

Holy Trinity
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