Nettle (Urtica dioica), Hamptworth The nettle is probably one of the most underestimated herbs. It is an invaluable plant which has been a source of food, medicine, fibre and dyes since the Bronze Age…
Combe Bridge The 18th century bridge crosses the River Mardle.
|Title||The sign for the Nobody Inn, Doddiscombsleigh The sign shows a traveller in Elizabethan dress with his horse nearby.|
|Photo's author||Trish Steel User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||12 May 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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The sign for the Nobody Inn, Doddiscombsleigh
The sign for the Nobody Inn, Doddiscombsleigh The sign shows a traveller in Elizabethan dress with his horse nearby.
Nobody Inn, Doddiscombsleigh
Nobody Inn, Doddiscombsleigh The origin of this name is unknown, which allows free range for all sorts of local tales. One concerns some travellers who knocked at the door one night, but the landlord …
Doddiscombsleigh The triangle at the heart of the scattered village. The lane ahead leads to the Teign valley at Bridfordmills. Behind the tree (a larch?), which was planted in 1887 to commemorate Que…
The village triangle, Doddiscombsleigh
Doddiscombsleigh war memorial
Centre of Doddiscombsleigh
Doddiscombleigh Geograph meet Meet in the Nobody Inn. From left to right: Kevin Hale, Martin Bodman, David Hawgood, Joan Vaughan, Jennifer Vaughan, Barbara Hawgood (*), Len Vaughan(*), Derek Harper, S…
Tree at Doddiscombsleigh
Nobody Inn, Doddiscombsleigh A meeting of Geographers was taking place inside this atmospheric village pub when this picture was taken. This was the scene inside a few minutes earlier: 686119 .
Geograph meet at Doddiscombsleigh At the Nobody Inn, an excellent meeting place where we all enjoyed Saturday lunch. From left: Kevin Hale, Martin Bodman, Joan Vaughan, Jennifer Vaughan, Len Vaughan (…