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In pictures: a brief introduction to the best of seafront heritage

The seafront is the bit of the seaside that everyone remembers – beach huts, amusements, hotels and boarding houses, gardens, sea walls, car parks and piers – but it is currently faced with numerous threats from development as well as exposure to the elements. 867 more words


Planning in North Devon

As you may have noticed, I haven’t done a blog post for the last week or so, as I have been on holiday with the family in Majorca. 310 more words


From Cornwall to Exmoor

We have been enjoying sunny weather which has showed Cornwall at its picturesque best. More villages, St Michael's Mount, old mine workings… All lovely. Port Isaac, where Doc Martin is set, was surprisingly untouristy – in fact distinctly fishy! 371 more words


Ladies and Gentlemen

On a recent trip to Devon, a few members of my family and I visited the Tunnels Beaches in Ilfracombe (you can read all about it… 355 more words

Afternoon Tea

To The Tunnels!

 A few weeks ago I went on a family holiday to beautiful North Devon which boasts some incredible coastlines, very friendly locals, some of the best cream tea around, and lots of winding roads and hills (so make sure the car is in working order before you go!) 401 more words

Afternoon Tea

Walking to Ilfracombe

We decided to walk into Ilfracombe on a lovely sunny day. After we had negotiated a narrow, busy lane from the camp site in Damage Barton, we joined the cycle route C27 into Ilfracombe. 117 more words