Forest

Salcombe Hill

What will I see?

Two stones are known to have been moved in the time between POH’s 1874 map and Pollard’s 1978 plan. Further stone discovered by POH oral history interview, located by David Hurford (Farwood Barton – Colyton) and re-erected by Donkey Sanctuary.

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How do I get there?

Both visible from public footpaths

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EX10 8NG

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