Spring into Action

After the wettest and warmest February on record it seems spring is finally here. The advent of spring seems to bring with it the urge to do something! Whether it's an urge to spring-clean, tackle the DIY jobs you've been putting off, get fit, or just make more of the lighter evenings you'll find lots of ideas and info on this website.

Daffodils brighten up any garden and remind us that it's time to get digging and planting. Richard Orton of Lewis Cottage Garden has useful advice about what jobs to tackle but warns us not to get carried away! Read the full article here.  

Need more help or ideas? Our website has more than 30 articles offering expert advice. Ready to go? If you need seeds, plants or a new spade try one of our local suppliers.

Music & Movies

As the evenings lengthen, we tend to venture out more and when we do, there's certainly lots on offer including live theatre, music and films. Here are some highlights from our What's On Calander:

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman

A new collaboration between Crediton Arts Centre, Crediton Heart Project and the Parish Church sees the wonderful Kathryn and Sean in concert. Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman are nothing less than folk royalty. Friday 19 April - Crediton Parish Church


Wonka is a 2023 musical fantasy film directed by Paul King, who co-wrote the screenplay with Simon Farnaby based on a story by King. It tells the origin story of Willy Wonka, a character in the 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, depicting his early days as a chocolatier. Saturday 6 April - The Lamb Sandford

The Quiet Girl

The Quiet Girl is Irish coming-of-age film Dir. Colm Bairead PG13 / 135 mins. Based on novella by Claire Keegan, a young girl is fostered by relatives on a farm in rural Ireland. Part of the Curious Cinema Club Irish film season. Friday 5 April - Elephant on the Green

Join the Team

Are you looking for a new challenge in 2024? Do you care about your community and have some time and skills to share?  How about joining the Crediton Heart Project, the charity which runs this website as well as other projects to support our town and village communities?

The Crediton Heart Project was set up five years ago to make our town a more vibrant place to live and, as it expands, to prevent it becoming a dormitory town for Exeter. Find out more about how you could support your community. (Photo by Rob Stoyles).

Fitness Springboard

It's Spring, time to get out the trainers, tracksuit, swimmies, walking boots or maybe even Lycra. If fitness is on your mind, take a look at our Wellbeing section? Here's just a few ideas:


Yoga classes, 1:1 Yoga sessions, rebalancing & relaxing Shiatsu bodywork.

Crediton Running Network

A running club for just about anyone.


20+ local walks with a choice of length and difficulty. Keep fit while enjoying the glorious countryside around us.