Charles Dickens and Exeter.

 

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Alphington.

Dickens rented a cottage for his parents from 1839 to 1842 in this village on the then outskirts of the city.

New London Inn.

Charles Dickens stayed at this former city centre tavern.

Turks Head.

Tavern frequented by Dickens when he visited Exeter.

 

 

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