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Does Your Dog Chase Sheep? 5 Ways to Break the Habit

Daryl Cook of Devon Dog Training explains why - and what the responsible dog owner can do about it. 
Environment

The Dog Poo Debate and Why it Matters

Devon Dog Training recently moved into new premises in Upton Hellions on the outskirts of Crediton. We’re delighted that Daryl Cook the founder will be sharing his tips, thoughts and expertise regularly on this website. Here he tackles the subject of dog mess - always a hot topic on the local social media channels!
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Favourite Local Walks 10 - A One Way Route from Kennerleigh to Sandford

Continuing his series about his favourite local walks, Tom Davies describes a one way route from Kennerleigh to Sandford of 5.3 miles.
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Favourite Local Walks 9 - A short circular walk from Shobrooke

Here Tom Davies describes a 3.5 mile walk which starts and finishes at the entrance to Moor Farm in Shobrooke.
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Favourite Local Walks 8 - Newton St Cyres to Whitestone Wood

Another of Tom Davies’ favourite local walks is a circular route starting in Newton St Cyres leading through Whiptail Wood and Whitestone Wood. The walk is about 5.6 miles and takes 3 hours.
Environment

Moths to a Flame - a Creative Response to the Climate Emergency

A nationwide art project is inviting people to learn about climate change by exploring the world of moths. Moths to a Flame will lead to the creation of a massive art installation to be displayed at the United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow in November. Local artist and ecologist Naomi Wright is one of the organisers of this ambitious project, which aims to make 20,000 moths out of recycled milk bottles and send a powerful message to world leaders. Here she explains how to get involved.
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Favourite Local Walks 7 - Upper Creedy Valley

Continuing his series on his favourite local walks, Tom Davies describes a walk of 4.5 miles (2 hours) along the Upper Creedy Valley with splendid views at every stage. And for even better views you can extend the walk further.