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NEWTON ABBOT
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TODAY:

Take a tour through Torbay history.

footwalkcloseup - Take a tour through Torbay history. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free (donations accepted) Time: 1 hour 30 mins
As well as beautiful views, Babbacombe and St Marychurch have long histories. Discover this with a walking tour from the local history society - beginning each Tuesday at 10.30am from the bus stop near to the top of the cliff railway and touring around either Babbacombe or St Marychurch (check the calendar for which one is being visited this week).
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NEWTON ABBOT
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50.52858, -3.61186


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Sunset: 20:08
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