Notaries House, Exeter

Notaries House, Exeter

Hammerbeam roof trusses, gilded ceiling bosses, situated in Cathedral Yard, Exeter, this mediaeval architectural gem is now unbelievable a community centre, but it's thought was…
Walk – Moreleigh to Topsham Bridge

Walk – Moreleigh to Topsham Bridge

If you appreciate peaceful countryside walks, where you're unlikely to encounter other walkers, this walk should meet your requirements. Taking you over rolling countryside, down green…
Ted’s Cars

Ted’s Cars

Author of over 40 books, Ted Gosling fondly remembers his association with the motor car. A keen car owner for nearly 70 years, he's owned…
The Business of The Mint

The Business of The Mint

The first pennies to bear the name of the Exeter Mint were struck during the Saxon King of Wessex, Alfred - only 3 examples survive…
A Time Before Beeching

A Time Before Beeching

Mike Clements recounts his days working on the trains. Here, Mike talks about the branch line to Exmouth, via Sidmouth Junction. Some great pictures in…
A Time Before Beeching

A Time Before Beeching

Mike Clement recalls the start his career on the branch line to Lyme Regis. It was 1960 and he'd just left school for good at…
Salem Chapel at East Budleigh

Salem Chapel at East Budleigh

Religious dissent, smuggling, hauntings, Salem Chapel at East Budleigh has witnessed much over the years. The building audibly groans with echoes and apparitions from its…
Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE

Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE

Guy Peters looks back on the the life of Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE, founder of the Donkey Sanctuary, a charity that operates on a world-wide…
Littleham church, Exmouth

Littleham church, Exmouth

An historic little church with a long history and links to Horatio Nelson, the great Admiral of the Royal Navy. Littleham's an ancient manor within…
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