Cullompton (/kəˈlʌm(p)tən/) is a town and civil parish in the district of Mid Devon and the county of Devon, England. It is 13 miles (21 km) north-east of Exeter and lies on the River Culm. In 2011 the parish as a combine had a population of 8,499 even though the built-up area of the town had a population of 7,439
The primordial evidence of goings-on is from the Roman period – there was a fort on the hill above the town and bustle in the current town centre. Columtune was mentioned in Alfred the Great’s will which left it to his youngest son Aethelweard (c.880-922).
In the behind the town’s economy had a large component of wool and cloth manufacture, then innovative leather functioning and paper manufacture.
A large proportion of town’s inhabitants are commuters but there is some local manufacturing, including flour and paper mills. It has a monthly farmers’ market held on the second Saturday of all month which is the oldest issue of its nice in the South West. It is house to two grade I listed buildings: the fifteenth-century St Andrew’s parish church and the seventeenth-century home known as The Walronds. The centre of the town is the by yourself conservation area in Mid Devon and there are seven grade II* listed buildings and ninety grade II listed buildings in the parish.