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Exmouth Strand Gardens
England

Exmouth's Strand Gardens are one of the central focal points of Exmouth town centre.

As well as being home for the town's War Memorial, they also host a regular (superb) Farmers' Market.

There are various plans for the remodelling of this space by Devon County Council to include extensive pedestrianisation.

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Tags: exmouth; devon; town; square; strand; gardens; strand gardens; devon county council; tulips; east devon district council
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