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Chewing the cud at start of walk above Patcham

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Chewing the cud at start of walk above Patcham

Caption - Chewing the cud at the start of the walk above Patcham.

Walk 2236 : Wolstonbury Hill and Pyecombe from Patcham

Photographer : Jean Blemings

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