Fullabrook Hills from Braunton Burrows

The Wind Turbine threat to the Taw Estuary and Braunton Burrows, North Devon:

The photo above was taken near Crow Point (click for more details and map) at the southern edge of Braunton Burrows, looking across at the range of hills which will become the Fullabrook Down Wind Power Station site.  For Bickleton and Codden Hill, scroll down for photos and more information below map here.

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The bottom left photo was taken at the (proposed) Bickleton turbine site, which will face Braunton Burrows and the Fullabrook Hills, and overlook the Estuary. The bottom-right photo is a view of the Fullabrook Hills from the famous Codden Hill, from which you can see Dartmoor, Exmoor (Public Inquiry in progress, see bottom right image)and the Devon coast. It could end up being ringed by turbines.
The Bickleton site overlooking the Taw Estuary
The Bickleton site (4 x 400 ft turbines proposed) with the Taw Estuary and the Fullabrook Hills visible opposite.  These Bickleton  turbines (above Fremington and Yelland) would be visible from Codden Hill, from Braunton Burrows, and from the Tarka Trail and South West Coast Path.  Click for more about this site, including visits from North Devon MP Nick Harvey (Lib Dem), and Nigel Farage (UKIP Leader) Roger Knapman (UKIP MEP) and
Fullabrook from Codden Hill
A view towards the the Fullabrook Down Wind Factory Site, (22 giant turbines) from the top of  Codden Hill, to the south of Barnstaple. There are wind turbines sites proposed to the north, south, west and east of Codden Hill now.  Click  for more about turbine sites that could be visible from Codden Hill soon, and map.
More about the area close to Exmoor, from the walk in 2006, and latest on Three Moors and Bickham Moor Public Inquiry.
Also, The Two Moors Campaign website.