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Coombe Park Visitor Area
England

Picnic area at Coombe Country Park under horse chesnut trees. The 500 acre park has an extensive area for use by visitors for barbeques and picnics that has been a focal point for families for many years. The park has gardens, woodland, lakeside walks, and is popular with bird watchers.

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Subida: 05/06/2009
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Tags: coombe country park; picnic; barbeque; trees; horse chestnut
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