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June 2018: The Resorts of North Devon

Devon is the only county in England with two separate coasts, north and south. It is the latter that is perhaps better known and more ...More
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River Pang, Berkshire

River Pang
The River Pang is a small river running for almost 14 miles through the county of Berkshire, in England. Flowing from its source near the village of Compton, the river is a tributary of the River Thames . The Pang is thought to have been the inspiration behind the book ‘The Wind in the Willows’. The River Pang is home to a population of wild brown trout, as well as American signal crayfish and water voles. At Moor Copse , by the village of Tidmarsh, the river flows through a nature reserve owned and managed by the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust.

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The River Thames
River Kennet
North Wessex Downs
Thames Valley
Lardon chase
The Ridgeway
Goring Gap
Berkshire Downs
Greenham Common
Walbury Hill

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