A Church with a view

Wembury is a village on the south coast of Devon, very close to Plymouth Sound. Wembury is also the name of the peninsula in which the village is situated. The village lies in the administrative district of the South Hams within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The South West Coast Path goes past the coastal end of the town. The National Trust has taken an active role in maintaining the scenic and historic characteristics of the village and its surrounding area.
The beach is well known for its surfing and rock pooling. Wembury Marine Centre educates visitors about what they can find in the rockpools and how they can help protect and preserve them. The centre is managed by Devon Wildlife Trust and was refurbished in 2006.Basking Sharks can be seen in the summer near the Mewstone. There is also a school [1]
Wembury is a part of the South West Devon UK Parliament constituency.

Parish contact

Roy Fairclough
Clerk to Wembury Parish Council
Bluewaters, Andurn
Down Thomas
Plymouth PL9 0AT

01752 863778