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CITiZAN Guided walk - Berry Head

19.07.2017
Berry Head National Nature Reserve Brixham TQ5

Berry Head is a promontory which has long been utilised for its natural defences. Today it is a national nature reserve but a couple of hundred years ago the promontory was used by the English Army as one of the many fortifications built at the turn of the 19th century in response to the threat of the French and Napolean.

Dr Philip Armitage will be leading a guided walk for CITiZAN on Berry Head. The walk will take approximately two and a half hours and will explore the military occupation of Berry Head, from the first installation of the Victorian Fort to the WWII defences.

Please note: Meet at 10 am outside of the cafe. The walk will be approximately 2 hours and a half accross fairly flat ground - good access is available to all, but wear suitable clothes for changes in the weather. The event is free but please book your place via the booking link.