Highweek, less commonly called Highweek Village, is a former village, now administratively part of the market town of Newton Abbot in South Devon, England. It is prominent and recognisable due to its high location on a ridge on the north edge of the town. Highweek is also a church parish. The village is the centre of the electoral ward of Bradley. Its population at the 2011 census was 5,043.
The Normans built a motte-and-bailey castle here and it probably remained occupied until the mid 13th century. The church, now a Grade I listed building, was consecrated in 1428 after the villagers petitioned the pope for their own graveyard. Today, the village has been absorbed into Newton Abbot, but it retains its village identity.