Ottery’s mini cathedral

Ottery’s mini cathedral

One single edifice that stands out when you visit Ottery St Mary is the church of St Mary. If you've visited Exeter Cathedral, then there's…
They All Love Budleigh

They All Love Budleigh

Sue Lawley, Budleigh Salterton resident, talks about the Budleigh Literary Festival and some of the special guests that will be attending the next Festival. Read…
Mary King interviewed

Mary King interviewed

Mary  King’s many equestrian achievements are well documented including representing Great Britain in five Olympics between 1992 to 2008. During this time, Mary won one…
Why Not Chickens?

Why Not Chickens?

I first visited a local farm looking for a pair of pygmy goats to “enhance” my garden and keep as pets. I never got as far…
Butterflies and Moths in Devon

Butterflies and Moths in Devon

In the midst of summer, walking the beautiful meadows of Devon, the sightings of butterflies are becoming increasingly rare. Come the evening, moths out in…
Vineyards in East Devon

Vineyards in East Devon

Wine growing in Devon has a long history, going back to Roman times, when it was much warmer over here and wine growing much more…
A visit to Honiton

A visit to Honiton

The old market town of Honiton lies on the old Roman Fosse way. For many, the 'Honiton' name is associated with lace production which is…
Walk – Branscombe

Walk – Branscombe

The south eastern coastline of Devon is relatively unspoilt with vast stretches of coastline barely showing the signs of human occupation. The shoreline from Sidmouth…
Old John the Farmer

Old John the Farmer

I think it was when I saw a man walking down the white line in the middle of the High St dragging a wheelie  bin…
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