The Parish of Georgeham incorporates:
· The village of Georgeham – once the home of Henry Williamson, author of Tarka the Otter.
· Croyde which is very popular with surfers year round and its’ famous Devonshire cream teas.
· The coastal village of Putsborough with its long sandy beach.
· Smaller hamlets of Pickwell, Darracott, Cross, Forda and North Buckland complete the Parish.
Much of the Parish is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within a Conservation Area. The National Trust are owners of the magnificent Baggy Point headland, to which visitors and locals alike are drawn like a magnet.
There are numerous gift shops, cafes, pubs and accommodation within the Parish providing excellent facilities that cater for everyone. A regular bus service operates through the villages.
There are many different organisations within the Parish with a wide membership.