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    Dunkeswell Aerodrome

    Dunkeswell Aerodrome has a CAA Ordinary Licence (Number P674) that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction as authorised by the licensee (Air Westward Limited). The aerodrome is not licensed for night use.[2] Dunkeswell Airfield Heritage Centre, is situated to one side of the large read more

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    Dumpdon Hill Fort

    An impressive Iron Age hill fort, Dumpdon sits on one of the largest and most striking hills in the beautiful Otter Valley near Honiton is managed by the National Trust. Views across Devon. The climb up to the fort is well worth the effort and offers fantastic views of the read more

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    Culmtsock Beacon

    This stone hut stands 250m above sea level, close to a triangulation pillar and on the edge of the Blackdown Hills between Culmstock and Culm Davy. It partially enclosed a pole-beacon which was a communications signal ready for use when the Spanish Armada was sighted in the English Channel in read more

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    Wellington Monument

    A striking landmark on the edge of the Blackdown Hills managed by the National Trust. The Wellington Monument stands as a tribute to the Duke of Wellington and his victory at the Battle of Waterloo. Its prominent location on top of Wellington Hill, on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, read more

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    The Blackdown Practice

    The Blackdown Practice incorporates the surgeries in the villages of Hemyock, Churchinford and Dunkeswell. The website http://www.theblackdownpractice.co.uk/index.aspx provides essential information including surgery locations, opening times, appointments, prescriptions, services, practice staff and news.