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Janey 22h
Freshly caught crab for dinner. Eaten in about 3 minutes....nature can be harsh!
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Janey Jun 17
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Seaton Beach Developments 12h
Breathe in the beauty of our new homes in Devon & their seafront location. With open plan contemporary interiors & large balconies with stunning views.
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@bridportholidaycottages 22h
Come and explore what’s on in Dorset 😉
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Pennsylvania Castle 8h
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Dorset Seaweeds 5h
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Ester Mira D. 5h
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Kelston Guest House 2h
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Rob Hills Jun 10
The Jurassic coastline is designated as a World Heritage Site. The red cliffs are in fact from the earlier Triassic period while the white cliffs are Jurassic. Branscombe can be seen here sitting between the two geological periods.
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Waste Not Want Not 13h
Today is National Refill Day. We have a variety of refill bottles and are part of the refill scheme.
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Rosie | Little Fish 🐠 10h
Plesiosaur Painted Rock Craft. Craft, creative play and outdoor time all in one! Great fun for dino fans!
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Alexandra Hotel and Restaurant Jun 17
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@bridportholidaycottages Jun 17
Children can now enjoy the newly installed ‘zip line’ to add to the swings, slide and den already available. Sit and chill in the wildlife friendly grounds whilst your own ‘little critters’ go wild 😜
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Forres Sandle Manor Jun 18
We had a great day at Kimmeridge Bay rock pooling and finding out about the creatures which live within them. We found fossils and helped look after our environment along the Jurassic Coast by doing a litter pick
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Burrington Estates Jun 14
The impressive coastline of the , 20 miles from Yetminster is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel and has a distance of 96 miles. The Jurassic Coast is made of Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous cliffs, spanning 185 million years of geological history
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Elstree Helicopters Jun 17
Lunch at a rather murky Dunkeswell Airport on to Torquay, Dartmouth, Plymouth more pics on Facebook
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Glenn macgregor Jun 16
It's not every day you walk along the shore and spot a dinosaur foot print in the rocks
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Daniel C Tuck Jun 15
Wet and windy in Charmouth first thing this morning, but I finally managed to find a couple of ichthyosaur vertebrae 😄
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Portland Dorset 11h
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Drift Weymouth 11h
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