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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
Gardening

Into Every Garden a Little Rain Must Fall - A Restorative Visit to Lewis Cottage Garden

Nancy Murgatroyd visited Lewis Cottage Garden near Spreyton, which reopened to the public over the May bank holiday weekend.
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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 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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Out and About

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.