We have searched for business suppliers in Barnstaple, Devon a town with an approximate population of 31,616 , that at the census in 2011 had a working population (aged between 16 and 74) of 15,268 people in work, and have found 3 suppliers of services such as Wall Art, Business Gifts , Accountants & Local Authority in Barnstaple and have listed them below split into the type of service that they provide.
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Accountants near Barnstaple
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Local Authority located in Barnstaple
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Interior Decorating Art in Barnstaple
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Business Gift Ideas in Barnstaple
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Barnstaple (/ˈbɑːrnstəbəl/ (listen) or /ˈbɑːrnstəpəl/) is a river-port town in North Devon, England, at the lowest crossing point of the River Taw flowing into the Bristol Channel. From the 14th century, it was licensed to export wool. Great wealth ensued. Later it imported Irish wool, but its harbour silted up and other industries developed, such as shipbuilding, foundries and sawmills. A Victorian market building survives, with a high glass and timber roof on iron columns. The parish had a population of 24,033 at the 2011 census, and the built-up area of 32,411 in 2018. The town area with nearby settlements such as Bishop's Tawton, Fremington and Landkey, had a 2020 population of 46,619.
The spelling Barnstable is obsolete, but retained by an American county and city. It appears in the 10th century and is thought to derive from the Early English bearde, meaning "battle-axe", and stapol, meaning "pillar", referring to a post or pillar to mark a religious or administrative meeting place. The belief that the name comes from staple meaning "market", indicating a market here from the foundation of the settlement, is likely to be incorrect, as the use of staple in that sense first appears in England in 1423.
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