Forming part of the South Hams district its main settlements are East Charleton and West Charleton, the latter being the larger.
Non-metropolitan district of South Hams List of civil parishes in Devon#South Hams Civil parishesAshprington • Aveton Gifford • Berry Pomeroy • Bickleigh • Bigbury • Blackawton • Brixton • Buckland Tout Saints • Charleton • Chivelstone • Churchstow • Cornwood • Cornworthy • Dartington • Dartmouth • Dean Prior • Diptford • Dittisham • East Allington • East Portlemouth • Ermington • Frogmore and Sherford • Halwell and Moreleigh • Harberton • Harford • Holbeton • Holne • Ivybridge • Kingsbridge • Kingston • Kingswear • Littlehempston • Loddiswell • Malborough • Marldon • Modbury • Newton and Noss • North Huish • Rattery • Ringmore • Salcombe • Shaugh Prior • Slapton • South Brent • South Huish • South Milton • South Pool • Sparkwell • Staverton • Stoke Fleming • Stoke Gabriel • Stokenham • Strete • Thurlestone • Totnes Ugborough • Wembury • West Alvington • West Buckfastleigh • Woodleigh • Yealmpton Bold text denotes a parish council refered to as a "town council" i.e. towns.
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