Thirteen group members set off on a gloriously sunny day for an easy walk around the seaside town of Exmouth.
We passed through the redeveloped docks area and then on to the lengthy promenade for which Exmouth is rightly famous. Many people were taking advantage of the golden sandy beach on this wonderfully warm day.
The group then took the short path to the cliff top and onward to Orcombe Point (the western end of the Jurassic Coast). The spectacular views made this the perfect lunch spot.
The group then took a leisurely walk inland back to the town centre passing some resident dinosaurs on route!