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8 Bonfire and Fireworks Events In & Around Crediton

We’ve compiled this list of bonfire night and fireworks events taking place so that you can take your pick.

5 Great Places to go Pumpkin Picking 

October is a time of year that marks the turning of leaves, cosy knits, the lighting of fires, and all things pumpkin! 

Crediton Arts Centre Reopens

After being closed for 18 months, the Crediton Arts Centre reopens this weekend.

Home-Start offers to support struggling families

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Perchance to Dream………   February in the Lewis Cottage Garden

February may be a bleak month for many gardeners, but for Richard Orton it is a window of time to dream and plan. Here he reports on his hopes for this year and preparations for opening the Lewis Cottage garden to the public, which include building a viewing platform for a new pond. And in his top tips for February, he includes a simple growing project for little ones - to make a cress egg head. 

Puppets, Live Music and Tables Return for a Festive Weekend in the Square

Giant puppets and live music will brighten Crediton Town Square again this month as well as the picnic tables which proved so popular in the summer. Following the success of the Share in the Square events, organiser Jack Robson presents the line up for a special weekend of festive outdoor entertainment organised by Crediton Arts Centre and CODS.

Keeping the Halloween Spirit Alive In and Around Crediton 

This time of year is usually filled with spooky Halloween discos, dressing-up and trick or treating. All is not lost though! Local mum Charlie Richards has rounded up a few ghastly Halloween themed things to do in and around Crediton to keep the spirit alive.
Mind & Body

How Effective Listening Can Reduce Back To School Anxiety

As children return to school after a six month break, some may be feeling quite anxious. While some young people will welcome the return of the school routine, others will be finding the social and academic pressures very difficult. In her latest blog, counsellor Laura Sollis suggests the best way to help a child with school anxiety could simply be to listen.