Honiton is twinned with Gronau-Leine in Germany and Mezidon-Canon in France.The town is steeped in history from its days of pottery and lace.The town centre has a lively atmosphere with its Honiton Carnival-Honiton Show-Honiton Festival the high street some one mile long with the Honiton Town Council Offices centrally based in the town centre and a Honiton local chamber.There are many East Devon Parishes from All Saints-Awliscombe-Broadhembury-Buckerall-Chardstock-Combe Raleigh-Cotleigh-Dalwood-Dunkeswell-Kilmington-Luppitt-Membury-Monkton-Ofwell-Payhembury-Sheldon-Shute-Stockland-Upottery-Widworthy-Yarcombe.
The high street with its traditional style shops from fashion boutiques- butchers-bakers-wine bar-restaurants-teashops-sports and leisurewear-antiques-jewellery and home furnishings.
A short drive from the town centre you have the choice of many new and upgraded business parks-retail parks-trading estates with ample parking facilities.and considerable more re-development to the town centre.
Around the world visitors are looking at Devon, so its no exception that Honiton will bring visitors and tourism to Honiton and the out of town villages and hamlets as well as the Wolford Chapel towards Dunkeswell and the Museums in Devon.
Honiton has many local newspapers and local publications with the Midweek Herald views from local towns from the Blackdown Hills –Lyme Regis-Seaton-Axminster-Honiton with the weekly additions.
Honiton Focus gives you a view in the town centre of Honiton Devon EX14, are you in the picture