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Favourite Local Walks 12 - A Circular Route from Coldridge to Nymet Rowland

In his next favourite walk, Tom Davies takes us along a circular route of about 5 miles from Coldridge to Nymet Rowland and back again. The walk takes you along part of the Tarka Trail.
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Favourite Local Walks 11 - Another circular walk in the Upper Creedy Valley

Favourite Local Walks 11 - Another circular walk in the Upper Creedy Valley
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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.
Health and Wellbeing

Exercise - Keeping Fit in the Time of Covid

With gyms and swimming pools closed, team sports banned and our movements restricted, many people have had to find new ways of keeping fit, such as walking or cycling. Keen runner Nancy Dowling reflects on how her exercise regime has changed over the past year, to include online Pilates and aerobics, as well as taking a dip in her local river.
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Favourite Local Walks 5 - Crediton to Shobrooke along the Devonshire Heartland Way

In his next blog about his favourite local walks, Tom Davies follows a 5 mile circular route, mainly on footpaths, from the Crediton Leisure Centre to Shobrooke and back again.
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Favourite Local Walks  - 4 Crediton to Hookway

Continuing the series about his favourite walks, Tom Davies takes us along a 3.3 mile route from Crediton station to Hookway and back again, with wonderful views to the east, south and west of Crediton. The walk takes about 1 hour 30 minutes.