Mutter’s Moor Circular Walk
Sep24

Mutter’s Moor Circular Walk

Walk along the ancient tracks on East Devon’s Pebblebed Heaths and discover an area that was once densely populated during the Stone Age. Starts/Finishes: Mutter’s Moor Car Park, Peak Hill (GR: SY109872) Distance: 3 miles Time: 1.5 – 2 hours Difficulty: Moderate/strenuous (one short but fairly steep climb near golf course) Terrain: Hard-packed stone bridleway Parking: Plenty of free parking Dog-friendly: Yes High above the quaint...

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Win a Cotswolds Escape for Two with Breakfast!
Sep24

Win a Cotswolds Escape for Two with Breakfast!

We’ve teamed up with Red Letter Days to be able to offer One Mag readers the chance to win a one-night escape to the stunning Cotswolds for two people. Formed by a series of five stunning English counties – Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire – the rolling Cotswolds are officially noted as an ‘Area of Outstanding Beauty’. You will be able to choose from multiple quaint...

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The Cridford Inn, Trusham
Aug21

The Cridford Inn, Trusham

Let me set the scene. Beautiful, rolling Devon countryside glistening in the sun; the sound of laughter and conversation complemented by birdsong in the surrounding trees; and nestled amongst them, possibly the oldest public house in the county. It was a glorious sunny evening when we visited, which made The Cridford Inn even more impressive with its white walls, hanging baskets full of beautiful flowers, and climbing roses –...

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Go Here: EXCAPE
Aug21

Go Here: EXCAPE

One Magazine’s Esther Baker and family escape from the ordinary at Exmouth’s first escape room experience. My son and two of his friends had spent weeks working hard to get through their exams. With 12 weeks of summer holiday laid out in front of them, how could we keep their brains sharp and avoid stagnation?! Escape Rooms had always intrigued me. Both my son & I are lovers of puzzles, logic problems, detective programmes and...

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Tools, Sheds and Dads
Aug21

Tools, Sheds and Dads

One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington recently spent some time in the company of a happy band of tool restorers discussing just what it is that makes old tools magical. My earliest memories of my Dad involve him in his shed with his tools. He never threw anything away, from used screws to bits of old washing machine, everything found a place in a jar on one of dozens of shelves, and his tools were all meticulously cared for and arranged...

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