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For the weary Tally Ho buses kindly arranged for a bus service!
We started from Bantham Beach with wonderful weather and thanks to David Grose of the Thurlestone Hotel some wonderful bacon butties cooked to perfection by Pat Ruse.
Thanks to Deputy Chief Officers Mat Mander and Sarah Clark of the Devon & Severn Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority for meeting with me today to talk of the work they undertake to manage local marine protected areas and the needs of small commercial fishing vessels.
A great day out at Brixham today at the Fishstock Festival where the new fish quay is transformed overnight for this unique 24-hour food and music festival.
Onto the Fishermens Mission Then it was Brixham Battery And at Brixham Battery Museum we met Churchill!
Broadsands was in sight Thank you so much to everyone who made this walk such an enjoyable event, from the organisers to the walkers who accompanied me.
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The National Trust at Coleton Fishacre, kindly allowed us to access to the beautiful grounds, beautiful surroundings!
We finished the day at Berry Head Today we walked from Hallsands and finished at Dartmouth, another glorious day!
Bantham SLSC leases out part of its Club premises to the RNLI. All the RNLI Lifeguards are paid and all the Club members are volunteers who live locally, many within the constituency.
The Club is a community initiative and it is a thriving and valuable community asset.Thank you for the donations, they are going to the charities that help make our coastline safe!This morning we started from Kingswear Village Hall and made our way to Froward Point, National Coastwatch Institution where we were given a fabulous welcome.We stopped at Strete Village hall for more refreshments Next pit stop was Blackpool Sands The final leg of today's journey brought us into Dartmouth In Dartmouth we were given the opportunity to see the RNLI Lifeboat Today we assembled at East Portlemouth at the Venus Cafe and walked to the National Coastwatch Institution at Prawle Point where volunteers give up hours of their time to keep watch over our coastline and liaise with other rescue services; they are funded entirely by donations.