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Prepared by Emma Oliver-Trend and Roger Trend
Local geology set to music!
Specially written songs about Sidmouth's geological history complete with words music and ukulele chords. Learn the songs and join in the Singing the Rocks geology walk during FolkWeek.
Published 2016. 20pp A5 softback.
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