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SEATON:Walking the coast

Thursday, 03 July 2014

n THE sun shone on a group of local walkers as they were given a guide tour along part of the Jurassic Coast. Starting at Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, James Chubb explained the work the sanctuary carries out both at home and abroad. “We then walked with him towards the coast while he pointed out several interesting points,” said Mike Green, who is a Jurassic Coast Ambassador and helped arrange the walk. A bumble bee colony that had been attacked by a badger, a common spotted orchid and various butterflies, caterpillars and spiders were among the attractions. The group also visited the wild-flower meadow next to the coast path. Mr Green then took over to explain the geology of the coast with particular attention to Weston and Branscombe. “It was a great walk in great weather,” added Mr Green. “All in all it was a very interesting walk and thanks go particularly to James Chubb.”

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