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Since when has Okehampton camp been in the hands of the Marines? I've never heard it referred to as a Marines facility. What's the authority for this assertion? It may be right but it doesn't jibe with my local knowledge. seglea 17:58, 5 Mar 2004 (UTC)
- I've just checked. The camp is managed by the Army Training Estate, and though it may be used by the RM, there's no evidence that it is a Marines facility particularly. I have reverted the edit by an anonymous user that declared it to be so. seglea 18:04, 5 Mar 2004 (UTC)
In 1988 or 1989 the bypass was the first to be built on National Park land. Perhaps this needs a mention. Totnesmartin 21:43, 3 January 2007 (UTC)
Consistent edits focusing on the wrong things
The article is a bit too focused on history for its size (a picture of the Courtenay family arms certainly isn't relevant) so I've removed the image and reduced the size. All the history is very good but very specific - we need more about the industrial age.
Sports section keeps including the names of the manager & where the club trains - this doesn't need to be here at all.