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From the town centre take the route south from West Street to the roundabout at the bottom of the hill. Take the road marked to Kilmington and Honiton and follow the pavement on the right over the railway bridge. Just after the bridge, cross the road and descend to the field on the left by the gate and the steps down the bank. Continue across this field parallel with the wooded embankment on the left, the River Axe is on the right. Go through the gate at the far left and under the bridge.
Continue through the small wood and cross the railway line by the two gates. Follow the footpath by the car park of the carpet factory and turn left onto the road, past the builders’ merchant on the left and to the top. At the road junction turn left and continue down to the roundabout from where you can return to the town centre.

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From the town centre take the route south from West Street to the roundabout at the bottom of the hill. Take the road marked to
Seaton and Musbury and follow the pavement on the right passing the turning to the railway station. Turn right at the brick terraced houses and continue down past the builders’ merchant, then take the footpath that leads off to the right before the entrance to the carpet factory. Cross the railway line by the two gates and go through the small wood and the tunnel.
Go through the gate directly ahead and turn to cross the field parallel with the wooded embankment on the right, the River Axe is on the left. At the far end climb the bank by the steps up to the road, go through the gate and cross over. Follow the pavement across the railway bridge and down to the roundabout from where you can return to the town centre.








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Axminster, 5th January 2012, for inclusion in Forth & Back, a project by Tamsin Clark.

Forth & Back is an invitation to design a poster, post it somewhere and document the piece in its chosen location.
The poster can rest as a temporarily situated object, an announcement, or simply as a gesture put forth.
These posters will be published as an edition together with a record of their brief contexts.”






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