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Wed Dec 08, 2021 17:03
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Wheddon Cross :
Wheddon Cross lies at the junction of the A396 and B3224, and also at the point where the Brendon Hills become Exmoor, or vice-versa! It is an ancient crossroads, probably dating back to prehistory when the B3224 route would have been a simple ridgeway crossing the northern edge of the hills. Over the years, the importance of Wheddon Cross has grown so much that while
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