Category Archives: Devon 2001

Into Exeter

Exeter is a big city with a lovely cathedral. I bought a particularly interesting book on the wood carvings inside the cathedral. Yeah, I know, sounds a bit anorak-y but actually quite interesting. Besides, anorak implies one remembers it all … Continue reading

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A trawl along the coast of Devon

Our first stop was Branscombe which claims to be the longest village in England – it certainly went for a long time, down a very steep hill. I was amazed when Neville made it. Stopped at St Winifred’s, a gorgeous … Continue reading

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Situation rectification

After a desperate trip into Sidmouth to find a chemist which also included a fry-up breakfast, a pint of Otter in the Tudor Rose, a walk along the beach front and a trip to Waitrose and a Spar, we returned … Continue reading

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Cat Piss Place

Set off very late for Boswell Farm. We decided to go via the A31 rather than the usual A303, and across the New Forest. Therefore had a lovely lunch at Ringwood in an old store in the centre of the … Continue reading

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