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Easter Days Out in Devon, Dorset and Somerset

Easter Holidays Days Out and What’s On Events in Devon Dorset and Somerset Easter – the real start of Spring.  I’m thinking lambs prancing in the fields, spring flowers, leaves appearing on the trees, country walks where you actually take off your coat and of course Easter Eggs. So to encourage you to try some new events and places take a look at this West Country round-up of Easter Days Out in Devon, Dorset and Somerset. I’ve tried to find some indoor attractions as well, just in case we get some rain! Outdoor and Wildlife Events East Devon Countryside...

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The Town Mill Lyme Regis

The Town Mill Lyme Regis Writing this blog has really encouraged me to venture out and properly explore where I live.  I know from the great feedback I have received that some of these places might otherwise pass you by as well.  So despite winning awards for the last two years for being one of the best small visitor attractions in the South West,  I am betting there are lots of you who have not yet visited the Town Mill Lyme Regis. Town Mill is an historic working water mill at the centre of the lovely West Dorset town...

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Our Top Picks For Half Term Fun

What’s On Half Term Events Guide February 2018 In February the West Country is a bit like a grizzy bear waking up from hibernation. Most people involved in the tourist industry can’t believe that the winter lull has already nearly passed.  Not all attractions are open and those that are tend to not be quite running at full steam! However that welcome half term school break is nearly here and I know you are probably looking for ideas to get out and about.  So here’s some ideas in my what’s on half term events guide for February 2018 and...

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Pushchair and Buggy Friendly Walks in Devon and Dorset

Pushchair and Buggy Friendly Walks in Devon and Dorset As a family we no longer need to think about walks suitable for pushchairs, but it is something I get asked about quite often.  These places are also great for older siblings or friends who no longer need a pushchair. Great safe spaces for them to run along and explore. Accessible Walks Equally if you have relatives or friends in a wheel chair or with mobility issues, then new accessible walks are something you might be keen to discover.  In fact even if you are just trying to avoid the muddy...

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Wassailing Events in Devon and Somerset

Wassailing Events in Devon and Somerset Even though they have been around for hundreds of years, I  know very little about the tradition of the wassail. If you’ve not heard the term before, it’s basically all about apple trees and cider making.  So I decided to do some research on Wassailing events in Devon and Somerset. Maybe this year I’ll get along to one myself. Cider Making in the West Country We have been enjoying the fruits of our labour this year largely thanks to the hard work of my husband who has been making cider and also “champagne”...

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About Clare

Clare Flipflops or WelliesHi! I am Clare and I live in glorious East Devon with my family. I love finding new places to explore in the West Country. So whether you are on holiday, recently moved to the area or like me live here and realise that there are great places a just few miles away that seem to have passed you by, then read on, I hope you enjoy my blog.

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