A Map of the Parish of Bigbury and its origins
From Wikipedia — Bigbury is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 582, compared to 260 in 1901 and decreasing to 500 in 2011. The southern side of the parish lies on the coast, and it is surrounded clockwise from the west by the parishes of Ringmore, Modbury, Aveton Gifford, and on the opposite bank of the estuary of the River Avon, Thurlestone. Road access to the parish is via the A379 and the B3392. The parish council meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm in Bigbury Memorial Hall (excluding August & January).
Clicking on the map will open a full sized image in a new browser window. To enlarge that map in that browser window use your browsers enlarge page controls (usually "control" ("option" on a mac) and "+" together). You can then use the scroll bars on that new browser window to scroll around the map.
Thanks to the Bigbury History Society for the use of the map which is copyright ©Bigbury History Society 2009 and it may not be copied without their written consent. They have also asked us to give you a link to Bigbury Parish Council but the link they provided no longer works and I can't find a working link for the parish council.
- A map of the resort indicating access to Apartment 5 and parking spaces.
- A plan of the layout of the all the apartments in the Burgh Island Causeway resort.
- A sketch of the causeway and the beach indicating the location of the resort apartments.
- An eccentric map of Bigbury-on-sea by artists Kate West & Alison Mackenzie.
- Another eccentric Kate and Alison map, this one of Modbury.
- And, of course a google map showing our location.