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  • It attracts real music lovers, has great food and local beers, rooms to stay in, and is a real rootsy kind of place. • juliefowlis.comJackie Oates, folk-pop act: Okehampton The Devonshire Inn Sticklepath, Okehampton, Devon, 01837 840626, hosts a sing-around and traditional music session on the first Sunday of the month.

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  • Once the weather perks up a bit it'll be warm enough to sleep in a campervan, and there is plenty of spring availability for O'Connors Campers' fleet of 15 cool steeds, rented from Okehampton in Devon 01837 659599, oconnorscampers.co.uk.

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  • In the daytime, try a River Cottage bacon sarnie (£4), or a Canteen breakfast (£8.50) served with meaty herb sausages made in Okehampton to a River Cottage recipe.

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  • Designed to accommodate a cohort of 500, it was flanked by two more forts near by, at Okehampton and Bury Barton, as well as a marching camp less than half a mile off, big enough for half a legion: a force of 2,500 men.

    Wildwood

  • The nymet places are perched on a slender lick of new red sandstone that runs out west from Exeter to Okehampton.

    Wildwood

  • The first "Are we there yet" was uttered at Okehampton (a mere 10 miles up the road).

    La Tapisserie de Bayeux revisited

  • The first "Are we there yet" was uttered at Okehampton (a mere 10 miles up the road).

    La Tapisserie de Bayeux revisited

  • The nymet places are perched on a slender lick of new red sandstone that runs out west from Exeter to Okehampton.

    Wildwood

  • The first "Are we there yet" was uttered at Okehampton (a mere 10 miles up the road).

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  • Even coming from North Gloucestershire, which is virtually in the West Country, it took an age to get to Cornwall in those days, it being a toss-up between a snarl-up in Bath and a balls-up in Bristol, followed by the traditional jam (without the cream tea) in Okehampton.

    Cardboard Dreams

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