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Category:Trusham

English: Trusham is a small village in the Teign Valley just outside of Chudleigh between Newton Abbot and Exeter in Devon. It has one pub which claims to be the oldest in Devon named The Cridford Inn. It is believed that the main site of the now, Cridford Inn, dates back to 1086 and was probably one of the nine small-holdings mentioned in the “Domesday Book”, which belonged to the Abbey of Buckfast in the Manor of Trusham. During the early 14th and 15th Centuries, the building itself was a farmhouse and the stained glass window in the bar is from this period and is probably the earliest surviving example of a Medieval domestic window in England. It is also believed that The Cridford Inn is home to two ghosts.