Veganism: Doing it Right
Jan02

Veganism: Doing it Right

Vegan diets are becoming increasingly popular. Whether it is for ethical, sustainability and/or health reasons, a vegan diet takes some consideration and is not necessarily a healthier choice. Dietitian Ruth Harvey explains the key nutrients that you must retain in your diet when considering going vegan. • Vitamin B12 is essential for the function of our nervous system and is only available from animal sources. Unless you eat a lot of...

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15 Minutes with… Local Filmmaker Dom Lee
Jan02

15 Minutes with… Local Filmmaker Dom Lee

We meet the Crediton filmmaker responsible for creating the UK’s largest cardboard box fort to find out more about the build, filming in your hometown and promoting local talent. Q: How long have you been a filmmaker? I got into it comparatively late. I wasn’t someone like Steven Spielberg who picked up a camera and made short films when they were eight. I filmed family holiday videos as a teenager and did some short edits of clips...

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Go Here… iBounce Trampoline Park
Jan02

Go Here… iBounce Trampoline Park

Trampolining – just a bit of fun for the kids or a serious way of keeping fit and healthy? We bounce on down to Exeter’s first trampoline park to find out more. We’ve probably all fallen foul of the ‘new year new you’ adage at some point in our lives. Expertly marketed to us by gyms and health buffs to get us off our backsides after our winter hibernation. And rightly so, most of us reading this are probably guilty of over-indulging...

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Bradley Manor Circular Walk
Oct23

Bradley Manor Circular Walk

Enjoy dense woodland and wide open hay meadows on this circular walk in the River Lemon Valley. Starts/Finishes: Bakers Park Car Park, Steppes Meadow, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1LP Time: 1 – 1.5 hours Distance: Approx. 2 miles Terrain: Packed gravel/dirt paths – one moderate uphill section with steps and roots on the west side of the river (can be avoided if taking the shorter route). Facilities: Coffee van sometimes at Bakers Park...

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A Postcard from… Amsterdam
Oct23

A Postcard from… Amsterdam

Soak up the rich culture of this vibrant European city – from fine art and diverse architecture to beautiful boat rides and two-wheeled transportation, says One Magazine’s Sam Ottaway. Founded as a fishing village around the thirteenth century, Amsterdam takes its name from its development around a dam in the Amstel river. This stunning city is one of a kind, with a unique cultural atmosphere and a quirky landscape of crooked houses...

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Britain’s Bells to Ring Out Across the Land
Oct23

Britain’s Bells to Ring Out Across the Land

One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington delves into the world of bell ringing ahead of ‘Ringing Remembers’ – a nationwide ringing of the church bells on 11th November for the centenary of World War I It’s amazing where a story can lead you. A couple of weeks ago this short item about the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day caught my eye: The government’s four year programme of centenary events will culminate on 11 November 2018. During the...

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