Slow Travel East Devon The Jurassic Coast

excellent new East Devon Way booklet – is sometimes confusing. Look out for the magenta arrows and foxglove logo. The East Devon Way is partly managed by the AONB ( www.eastdevonaonb.org.uk) and you can download the booklet from the ...

Author: Hilary Bradt

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN: 1784770051

Category: Travel

Page: 256

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Slow East Devon and the Jurassic Coast is the most comprehensive - and only standalone - guide available to this region. With publication timed to coincide with the opening of the Seaton Jurassic Centre, here is insider knowledge which can only be gained by living in the area. Contributions from local experts, and colourful and witty writing combined with the authors' enthusiasm, make this guide as much a pleasure to read as an invaluable companion for exploring. Exeter and the Exe Estuary get a chapter of their own, and parts of Mid Devon, including Tiverton, are covered in detail, along with East Devon's most alluring chunks of countryside and the seaside resorts of Sidmouth, Budleigh Salterton and Beer. The chapter on West Dorset describes Lyme Regis and Charmouth along with brief descriptions of other coastal towns. An explanation of the geology of the entire World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast links the whole region. With an emphasis on car-free travel - walking, cycling and local buses - the detailed descriptions, historical and folk anecdotes, and personal accounts encourage visitors to explore each locale thoroughly. Hand-picked places to eat and drink, including all the eateries along the main artery of the A3052, are selected by the authors based upon long-standing knowledge of the area.

The Branch Lines of Devon

1844, was not Devon's first permanent line. This honour was held by the ... This, the first, deals with the LSWR branchesin East Devon, together withthose of the GWR in the Exeter andTorbay areas.Asecond volumewill coverthe westof the ...

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445625598

Category: History

Page: 176

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The first of two lavishly illustrated titles from acknowledged railway expert Colin G. Maggs, presenting the story of Devon’s branch lines.

The Rough Guide to Devon Cornwall Travel Guide eBook

While the majestic red cliffs and shingle beaches of East Devon are popular with young families in August, the region is relatively free of the congestion that afflicts other parts of Devon. The area also hosts some of the West ...

Author: Rough Guides

Publisher: Rough Guides UK

ISBN: 0241307619

Category: Travel

Page: 360

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The Rough Guide to Devon and Cornwall is the perfect companion to your trip to this captivating peninsula, introducing you to the charms of gentle, pastoral Devon and wild, craggy Cornwall. Both counties will tempt you outside to enjoy their mild climate, with everything from hikes over Dartmoor and surfing off Newquay to puffin-spotting on Lundy Island. But it's not all about the great outdoors, with awe-inspiring cathedrals, innovative galleries and a well-established local food scene to explore (not to mention an even longer-established cider-drinking tradition). The Rough Guide to Devon and Cornwall includes honest reviews from our expert author of what to do and where to eat, drink and sleep in the region, alongside detailed full-colour maps and inspiring photography. Whether you want to visit a rock-hewn theatre or a witchcraft museum, a stately home or a vegan café, The Rough Guide to Devon and Cornwall will help you make the most of your time in these beautiful counties.

Journals of the House of Commons

1st Surrey Huntingdon 200 2d Surrey East Kent West Middlesex West Kent 200 16th . East Devon Carmarthen 200 South Lincoln Leicester 2d Somerset East Norfolk 200 Shropshire 1st Surrey - 200 - 18th . Dorset 2d Do 200 North Gloucester East ...

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Journal of Botany British and Foreign

374 ) as plant in South - west Devon , ” I have as yet found only on Exmouth Sands in South - east Devon . Radiola millegrana , Sm . On Dawlish Warren with Centunculus minimus . Erodium moschatum , Herit . At Dawlish , near the Coast ...

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Social Mobility and Modernization

The density of the population of South Devon was 205 persons per square mile , that of East Devon , 209. Each of the three regions contained about one third of Devon's total population , but South and East Devon each covered only half ...

Author: Robert I. Rotberg

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262681230

Category: History

Page: 368

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The essays in this book examine how the West modernized and what that modernization meant to human society, particularly in Western Europe and the United States. Within that frame are several distinct subthemes: the process of industrialization in Europe and elsewhere; social mobility, class structures, and class differences; social unrest and the stresses of modernization and industrialization; economic and social equality and inequality and their markers; the role of women in modernization; and the origins of nationalism. The book's chapters discuss these issues from medieval times through the twentieth century, with particular focus on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Contributors John Bohstedt, Gregory Clark, Theodore Evergates, Claudia Goldin, David Herlihy, Raymond Jonas, Michael Katz, Gloria Main, Franklin Mendels, Joel Mokyr, Gale Stokes, Louis Tilly, Dale Williams, E. A. Wrigley

A Practical Guide to Primary Care Groups and Trusts

In North & East Devon we have learned a great deal from hearing other people's solutions to problems , which although not entirely applicable to us , helped us with our own thinking . The practical examples in this paper are offered in ...

Author: Michael Dixon

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing

ISBN: 9781857754919

Category: Health planning

Page: 263

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A description of the work of primary care groups (PCGs) in their first months, from clinical governance to HimPs, and the varied roles of individuals within the organizations. It covers everything from the initial aims of PCGs through to primary care trusts and the future. The contributors, themselves members of PCGs, describe their experiences and the lessons learnt.

The Almanac of British Politics

356 DEVON EAST DEVON CENTRAL – SEE TEIGNBRIDGE DEVON EAST Devon is a large and diverse county. The different districts have distinct individual characteristics. One can contrast the brash and lively appeal of the 'Devon Riviera' of ...

Author: Robert Waller

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0415378249

Category: Political Science

Page: 1081

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The latest edition of The Almanac of British Politics has been thoroughly revised and updated to include full details of the new constituencies following the comprehensive boundary changes which will come into force throughout the United Kingdom at the next election. It has firmly established itself as the definitive guide to the electoral map of the UK for nearly twenty-five years, covering in detail each of the constituencies sending representatives to the House of Commons. Its comprehensive coverage provides a witty and informative biographical profile of every Member of Parliament and a detailed social, demographic, economic and political analysis with statistics of seats to give the clearest picture of the British social and political landscape in the twenty-first century. This is the essential reference work on British politics for students, academics, journalists and psephologists.

South West Sea Kayaking

There is more diversity and variation along Devon's English Channel coast than in any other region of the (diverse and varied) South West. Between the ancient sandstone stacks of East Devon and the fabulous wave-cut platforms of South ...

Author: Mark Rainsley

Publisher: Echo eBooks Limited

ISBN: 1906095280

Category: Sea kayaking

Page: 272

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The south-west coast of England is described in 50 great sea kayaking voyages, from the Severn Estuary to the Isle of Wight. The book also presents all the navigational and tidal information a sea kayaker needs on this section of coast.