The Granite Way Cycle Route
Oct23

The Granite Way Cycle Route

Enjoy some of England’s most dramatic and ancient landscapes on this ride across the north western edge of Dartmoor National Park. The scenery along the stretch of the moor between Lydford and Okehampton is unrivalled for its wild and rugged beauty that is simply remarkable throughout, but never more so than from the middle of the two windswept viaducts mid-route. Before starting your ride, take the very short, on-road descent to the...

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A Postcard from… Wye Valley
Oct23

A Postcard from… Wye Valley

Get away to this breathtaking area of outstanding beauty on the Wales/England border for relaxation, adventure and discovery. It’s always the way. You’re looking for a break, whether it’s for the whole family, a couple’s retreat or a trip with friends, but everyone wants something different from the experience. A relaxing getaway with action and adventure, loads of history and plenty of natural features to explore isn’t usually so...

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Go Here: The Bunker
Oct23

Go Here: The Bunker

This is intense. I’m on the 11th tee of Augusta. Right in the middle of Amen Corner. Graveyard of some of the most famous golfers in the world who have seen their Masters hopes dashed – or, more accurately, splashed on this hole. My mate Tony is giving me grief, telling me I’m going to bottle out of trying to carry Rae’s Creek. He thinks I am going to lay up short, but this hole is only 155 yards and is the shortest par 3 on the...

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15 Minutes with… The Mediaeval Baebes
Oct23

15 Minutes with… The Mediaeval Baebes

One Magazine’s Jake Tucker meets Marie Findley, founding member of the talented seven-piece vocal group, ahead of their upcoming concert at Exeter Cathedral to find out more about singing in Mediaeval Manx, touring with Jools Holland and ITV’s Victoria. Q: Our readers might know you best for providing the Emmy-nominated, haunting and uplifting soundtrack for the popular ITV series Victoria. How did this pairing come about? We had...

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Fingle Bridge to Drogo Weir Walk
Sep25

Fingle Bridge to Drogo Weir Walk

Make your way along the Fisherman’s Path to see the salmon leap on this moderate walk near Castle Drogo. Starts/Finishes: Fingle Bridge Car Park, EX6 6PW Terrain: Moderate to difficult – footpaths with some gates, steep ascents and descents with railings and steps Time: 1.5 – 2 hours Distance: Approx 3.5 miles Parking: Free parking on the side of the approach road to Fingle Bridge Inn If you are reading this and we’ve had the...

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Go Here… Valley of Rocks
Sep25

Go Here… Valley of Rocks

Discover the towering stone giants on the rugged North Devon coast that form some of the highest cliffs in Britain. Formed thousands of years ago, the Valley of Rocks carries an enigmatic atmosphere that stems right from its origins. Its geological explanation is still not agreed upon and legend has it that it was once home to the Devil’s Castle and that the stone turrets are actually his wives who he had turned into stone after they...

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