The Greenway Ferry carries pedestrians across the river from Dittisham to Greenway Quay, adjacent to the Greenway Estate. Formerly the home of the late crime writer Agatha Christie, this has views across the river, and the house and gardens are now owned by the National Trust and are open to the public.
As of the year 2001, the parish had a population of 424. The equivalent figures for 1801 and 1901 are 639 and 549.
The Case of Hercule Poirot's Devon in the First of an Occasional Series Following in the Footstepsof Fictional Characters, Linda Cookson Tracks Down Agatha Christie's Legendary Belgian Detective on Two of His Notable Visits to the South Coast
Apr 18, 1998; Agatha Christie was born in Torquay in 1890, and retained an enduring love for Devon. Small wonder, then, that several of her...
How I Spend My Time My Devon; Martin Roberts, Presenter of the BBC TV Series Homes under the Hammer, Talks about His Favourite Haunts in Devon, Where He Has a Holiday Home
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