|Volunteer Inn, Temple Street, Sidmouth, UK||17/07/2022||09:00|
|Triangle (Stop C), Sidmouth, UK||17/07/2022||09:10|
|War Memorial, Newton Poppleford, Sidmouth, UK||17/07/2022||09:25|
|Public Hall, Station Road, Budleigh Salterton, UK||17/07/2022||09:35|
|Exmouth, The Strand||17/07/2022||09:50|
|Lord Nelson Inn, High Street, Topsham, Exeter, UK||17/07/2022||10:05|
|Cheeke Street, Exeter, UK||17/07/2022||10:20|
|Bigbury-on-Sea, Kingsbridge, UK||17/07/2022||13:00|
Bigbury-on-Sea is a village in the South Hams district on the south coast of Devon, England. It is part of the civil parish of Bigbury which is centred on a small village of that name about a mile inland. Bigbury-on-Sea village is on the coast above the largest sandy beach in South Devon facing south to Bigbury Bay. The tidal island of Burgh Island lies about 270 yards (250 metres) offshore.
At the start of the 20th century Bigbury-on-Sea consisted of a few fishermen's cottages with fish cellars. The village grew with the growth in holidaymaking and now has a beach cafe, and by the mainland side of causeway is the Burgh Island Causeway resort built in 1998 replacing the burnt out fishermen's cottages after a controversial planning application.
Salcombe is a popular resort town in the South Hams district of Devon, south west England. The town is close to the mouth of the Kingsbridge Estuary, mostly built on the steep west side of the estuary. It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The town's extensive waterfront and the naturally sheltered harbour formed by the estuary gave rise to its success as a boat and shipbuilding and sailing port and, in modern times, tourism especially in the form of pleasure boats and yachting. The town is also home to a traditional shellfish fishing industry