1. Maidencombe Fields and Cliffs Introduction:

Maidencombe Fields and Cliffs is part of Torbay and is a haven for wild life. There are also good access paths and the South West Coast Path runs along the top of the cliffs.

Maidencombe has a residents association http://www.themra.co.uk/forum/

The area is managed by Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust https://www.countryside-trust.org.uk/

The land closer to Labrador Bay is managed by the RSPB https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/labrador-bay/

Access by bus from the stops at Gabwell Hill or Maidencombe Cross. Service in both directions every hour. Route 22. https://www.stagecoachbus.com/routes/south-west/22/south-devon-college-dawlish-warren/xdao022.i

Car parks at Labrador Bay, or Maidencombe beach car park, both pay and display.

Maidencombe Fields and Cliffs: Rich in flowers and butterflies 2018:06:01

Maidencombe Fields and Cliffs: Roe Deer and Bluebells 2018:05:05

maidencombe-fields-and-cliffs: Heavy snow 2018:03:18

maidencombe-fields-and-cliffs: Drifting snow, then sunshine 2018:03:19

Maidencombe beach in winter: full of life 2018:02:19