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Dulverton, Anglesey

Review of Dulverton by pete cockram on December 11th, 2010
dulverton was the place i grew up in fishing in the b arle playing football and cricket at millams lane also drinking in the bridge in .walking the woods and moors looking for deer.Dulvy was agreat place to grow up people so easy going . great old charactors like farmer chilcot hard sence pal and old di lloyd a great old cricketfan yes i love the old town and am looking forward to visiting it this xmas on my trip home from oz. see you at woods for a beer. merry xmas

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Dulverton, Somerset

Review of Dulverton by susan roberts on April 4th, 2007
Dulverton village is a beautiful unspoilt part of rural england. The deli and local shops are full of treasures, it's just a wonderful, magical place to relax and unwind and should you fancy hauling yourself up hill and down dale, something we regularly do, much to the alarm of a teenage son,thats available too. Nothing beats the magic of catching a stag unawares as the mist is leaving the moor in the early morning. But,Should you miss that rare spectacle then you can console yourself with a fantastically tasty meal at woods restaurant and when your waistband complains you can tell yourself its water retention and have another coffee. Be warned,if you visit Dulverton the once its in your heart forever.

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