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Yarn-Bombing

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Clovelly village
Clovelly
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Discover yarn-bombed areas throughout Clovelly. The village will look even more colourful with knitted donkeys, seaside garlands and crocheted ‘cobble-cosies’ plus much more.

This unusual project is part of Clovelly's entry to the Britain in Bloom competition and is in aid of the Devon Air Ambulance Trust.

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