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Favourite Local Walks 6 - Two Chapels

In the next of his articles about local walks, Tom Davies takes us along a figure-of-eight route that includes the chapels at Posbury and Oldridge. This walk of 4.1 miles takes approx 2 hours. It uses bridleways and footpaths and is not recommended after heavy rain.
Kids

Home-Start offers to support struggling families

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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.
Health and Wellbeing

Three Surprising Benefits of Self-Care

If you are a busy person, with others to care for, you probably feel you don’t have the time to look after yourself and do the things you enjoy. But introducing a self-care routine can have unexpected benefits, as counsellor Laura Sollis explains. 
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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.
Out and About

Favourite Local Walks  -  3. From Shobrooke

In the third of his blogs describing his favourite walks, Tom Davies takes us along a 5 mile route from Shobrooke with splendid distant views of Crediton, Sandford, Cheriton Fitzpaine, the Raddon Hills and Shobrooke.
Out and About

Favourite Local Walks - 2.From Sandford

In the second of his blogs about his favourite walks, Tom Davies describes a 6 mile route from Sandford with panoramic views of the Creedy Valley and the Cheriton Fitzpaine area.
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.