Walk – Branscombe Valley

Walk – Branscombe Valley

Branscombe is a particularly nice example of our local countryside, having steep sided and verdant valleys, tall hedgerows, flinty tracks and rich red soils. With…
The Price of Fish

The Price of Fish

DARTMOUTH has always been a good place to eat fish. When Daniel Defoe, the man who wrote Robinson Crusoe visited in the 1700s he recorded…
A visit to Sidmouth

A visit to Sidmouth

A delightful seaside town nestling amidst soaring red-cliffed hills on the south east coast of Devon. There's something for everyone who wants to visit Sidmouth, with miles…
Devon’s Nudibranchs

Devon’s Nudibranchs

Dan Bolt was born in South Devon and for the past 25 years has been diving and snorkelling the coastline both for pleasure, and as…
The Byes, Sidmouth

The Byes, Sidmouth

  A beautiful green corridor that follows the course of the river Sid.  The upper reaches of the Byes gets restricted to footpaths, but the…
Sidmouth’s Esplanade & Town

Sidmouth’s Esplanade & Town

  Sidmouth has a charming and thriving town centre which terminates at the Esplanade, which has lovely views across Lyme Bay.  The red sandstone cliffs of…
Brixham’s Lost Fleet

Brixham’s Lost Fleet

Ted Gosling recounts how he heard the story that Beer made Brixham and Brixham made the North Sea. He says that the first men to…
A visit to Topsham

A visit to Topsham

An unusual town situated on the Exe Estuary. At one time, Topsham was a major trading port - much wealth was evidently generated from trade,…
Walk along the Coly river

Walk along the Coly river

A beautiful circular walk along the river Coly, through meadows and you have the option of taking the tram from Colyford back to Colyton. There's…
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