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People have lived, worked in Throwleigh for thousands of years. The earliest visible remains of past inhabitants are the Bronze Age hut circles just above the village at Shilstone Tor. Today Throwleigh’s population is around 350, centred around the Church, memorial cross, mill pond and post office/shop.
It still remains very much a farming community and as such the inhabitants of the parish are spread over a wide area including the hamlets of Wonson, (village Hall and Pub), Murchington and Providence (chapel).
In the warmer months visitors are drawn to the quiet country lanes and good walking
country on this moorland fringe. The Mariners Way runs through part of the parish,
and the whole area is criss-