Erme Valley Division extends from the edge of Dartmoor National Park to the coast. It is centred around the small town of Ivybridge which is also known as the southern Gateway to Dartmoor because both the 102 mile Two Moors Way and the beautiful Erme Valley Trail begin here.
South of Ivybridge lies Modbury where the Georgian houses give an air of quiet elegance to this old market town, with its many antique and craft shops. In the other direction is the village of Yealmpton most famous for Old Mother Hubbard's Cottage where the nursery rhyme was written.
The whole Division is situated in the picturesque area of South Hams with easy access to the A38 which runs between the cities of Plymouth and Exeter. This means that we have the beautiful countryside and coast on our doorstep and all the amenities a city has to offer nearby.