REMINDER THIS SATURDAY 3rd NOVEMBER – TRIP TO BELLEVER WITH DARTMOOR GUIDE PAUL RENDELL

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TRIP TO BELLEVER NEAR POSTBRIDGE

Originally postponed from March due to bad weather this trip is now taking place this Saturday 3rd November.

We will meet at 10.30am in the Postbridge wooded car park on the southern side (not the paying cark park with toilets) to walk to Bellever where we will be searching for undiscovered ancient archaeological remains.

Bring your own lunch and water and wear suitable clothing. No charge.

 

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