Me, Him and Dementia

Me, Him and Dementia

You know that feeling, when something horrible happens to  a friend, and you think "Thank goodness it wasn't me!" - and then suddenly, it is?…
Devonshire Digest

Devonshire Digest

How do you reboot the desire to eat more healthily… and stick to it? Spring is approaching, evenings are lighter, the sun is rearing its…
The Long-tailed Tit

The Long-tailed Tit

I often come across small groups of this splendid little bird on my country walks. You cannot but help be enthralled by the antics of…
Ready, steady, go!

Ready, steady, go!

The evenings are opening out, it's getting warmer - indeed, time again to get busy in your garden There's great excitement at the start of…
Trusham Church of St Michael

Trusham Church of St Michael

Generations mist around the little church crowning this hill-folded, combe-steeped parish of Trusham. Centuries upon centuries of ancestors have climbed the steep lanes to wed,…
We need to talk about Devon

We need to talk about Devon

We think of the typical Devon house as a picturesque thatched cottage, but as building continues relentlessly around our towns and villages, it’s more likely…
Laminitis

Laminitis

Equine laminitis is a debilitating disease that is commonly found in horses of all ages, breeds and sizes and occurs at any time of the…
Nightstop Devon

Nightstop Devon

Youth homelessness is on the increase with more young people sofa surfing in order to avoid having to sleep rough Julian House offers a service…
Sleep Tight

Sleep Tight

The tumbling temperatures of winter present a stiff challenge to Devon’s wildlife.  Some species opt out, choosing migration in search of warmth and food. But…
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