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An August bank holiday weekend in Croyde

North Devon is a pretty pocket of Britain that is a complete escape. It’s one of the country’s most popular places for surfing, hiking and biking, yet it never feels crowded and you are never far from a little peace and quiet. 364 more words

Enjoying the sunshine in Croyde!

The sunshine made a spectacular appearance during our visit in Croyde, one of the most beautiful beaches in Devon. There is soft yellow sands, glittering blue sea, warm sunshine and ice cream! 173 more words

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Blue Groove

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With pleasant outside decked areas and cool interior spaces, the whole decor along with added reggae is a refreshing summer hangout for anyone up in Croyde, away from the beach. 185 more words

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Baggy's Surf Café

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Okay, so one table looks over the sea, but the outside decking thrums from some kind of electric motor, inside is dark and cramped, and the whole set looks back into a surfboard stacked courtyard. 179 more words

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Sandleigh Tea Room

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A pleasant courtyard garden above Croyde beach, but without views, this National Trust tea room is associated with the Trust-owned Baggy Point headland between here and Woolacombe. 165 more words

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Somerset, United Kingdon

The United Kingdom. What can one say? Fish and chips? curry? pop music? London? That’s what most think of anyway. I’ve been coming here for 7 summers running now and I can say that all that stuff is here. 1,287 more words

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SHEDNOTES 144: More of As Others See Us

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Yorkshire poet Simon Armitage is latest in a long line of travellers to explore the West Country and report back to the nation. 836 more words

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