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Exmouth Manor Gardens
England

Exmouth's Manor Gardens are a great place to lie back and relax in peace on a warm summer's day.

The Green Flag Award winning gardens also have a bandstand and are a focal point during the town's Festival.

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Uploaded: 20/04/2009
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Tags: exmouth; devon; town; square; manor gardens; manor grounds; tulips; east devon district council; exmouth festival; trees; flowers; green flag; green flag award
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