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Heathfield to Challacombe

Haytor quarry

Yarner woods

Rillage Point to Watermouth

Skerries Bank off Slapton- Artic Skua

Newton Abbot

Emsworthy Mire 25-05-18, Red Kite & Cuckoo's

Haldon Butterfly Walk

Bennets Cross- Golden Dagger Mine (Soussons)

Clearbrook today


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MS OldenburgTrip to Lundy Island

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