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English Heritage Sites in Devon

Travel back into prehistory and uncover the fascinating stories behind some of the many buildings, monuments and sites from around the wider county cared for by the English Heritage charity.

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Go Here: EXCAPE

One Magazine’s Esther Baker and family escape from the ordinary at Exmouth’s first escape room experience.

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A Postcard from… Athens

Discover one of Europe’s most historic cities that is rapidly regaining its popularity thanks to hip hangouts, a sun-soaked climate and friendly locals.

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River Coly Circular Walk

This East Devon route has everything you could want from a countryside walk – riverside relaxation, enchanting woodland, far-stretching hilltop views and quaint thatched cottages.

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Giraffe World Kitchen

Giraffe World Kitchen

A warm glow invites you as you step inside Giraffe World Kitchen’s enticing frontage and see low hanging orange lights, worldly décor and earthy colours from the booths and tables in the restaurant.

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Il Grano, Exeter

A warm welcome awaits at Il Grano – Exeter’s new family-run Italian restaurant with a big heart

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15 Minutes with… Mitch Tonks

We meet the south west’s seafood expert and celebrity chef to talk Devon dining, his latest Rockfish Exmouth restaurant and why Devon is England’s Seafood Coast…

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Forn – Exeter

I have never had tapas in a restaurant before, so it was with some excitement and trepidation that my husband and I and four of our friends ventured out to Forn one Friday night.

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Walking for Health and Wellbeing

May marks National Walking Month – an annual campaign to promote the benefits of walking. Free to get involved with and suitable for any age, we look at how you can get out and explore using your own two feet to improve your health and wellbeing.

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Summer Holiday Survival

Summer Holiday Survival

School’s out for summer, but are you prepared for the barrage of ‘I’m bored’? Have no fear – we’ve compiled our favourite outside-of-the-box-ideas for families that guarantee oodles of fun at little or no cost

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Devon’s Signature Bakes

In line with Great British Bake-Off fever sweeping the nation once again, we pick our favourite patisseries and bakery-come-cafés worthy of a Hollywood handshake

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Weston Mouth Circular

Weston Mouth Circular

Soak up stunning Jurassic Coast views, meet the donkeys, and learn more about coastal hillside farming from the late nineteenth century

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15 Minutes with… Cass Stoddart

One Magazine’s Jake Tucker meets Exmouth’s internationally sold and exhibited artist Cass Stoddart to talk New York City, creative styles and festival inspiration.

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A New Life in Devon

After years of struggle, forty refugee families are finding a safe home in Devon. Bruce Hetherington finds out more, and about those helping to provide a warm welcome.

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Seaside Safety

Seaside Safety

Summer’s welcome arrival means lots of trips to the seaside. Stay safe by learning your beach flags and knowing what precautions to take when by the water

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Country Pub Carveries

With winter just around the corner, and with our bodies burning more energy to keep us warm, now is the perfect time to start your hibernation with the ultimate family winter warmer – a carvery!

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15 Minutes with… Tom Backhouse

We meet the man walking all 15 National Parks in the UK in a year to find out more about his Walk Wild UK challenge, his inspiration, and how he came to be the first ever solo Ten Tors challenger.

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Ashclyst Forest Walks

Ashclyst Forest Walks

This hidden National Trust owned forest offers a variety of route lengths to suit the whole family. Expect picnic spots galore, giant redwoods and countryside views

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Celebrating Ten Years of One Magazine

Celebrating Ten Years of One Magazine

Since it first dropped through the letterboxes of Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton ten years ago, the One Magazine (then known as the ExePress) has grown into a multi-edition magazine.

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Clyst Valley Ramble

Clyst Valley Ramble

This out and back circular route from Sowton Village takes you through hidden countryside nestled between the A30 and M5

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15 Minutes… Devon Pop-Up Pianos

15 Minutes… Devon Pop-Up Pianos

One Mag’s Mary Bennellick discovers the magic of pop-up pianos appearing on the streets of Devon, the idea behind the initiative, and the joy that comes from playing them

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Plant-Based Cafés

Plant-Based Cafés

Veggies and vegans we’ve got you covered. Try some of our favourite local independent eateries, showcasing how exciting and inclusive a plant-based diet can be

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The Pig at Combe

The Pig at Combe

Hidden away in the Otter Valley, traditional countryside charm meets sophisticated yet informal high-end dining

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Apple and Blackberry Crumble Cake

Making the most of seasonal fruit, this moist cake is delicious as a warming pudding served with custard or you can leave it to cool and enjoy it with a mid morning cup of coffee.

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Go Here… Community Christmas

Go Here… Community Christmas

‘Tis the season to be caring, sharing and looking after one another. This Christmas we’re encouraging people to spend their free time supporting family, friends and neighbours to ensure a merry Christmas for one and all

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The City Gate Hotel, Exeter

The City Gate Hotel, Exeter

The City Gate has been proudly perched on the corner of Exeter’s iconic Iron Bridge since it first opened in 1778, but despite its longevity, you might not be so familiar with this 18th century pub-hotel.

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Lympstone Manor

As Freeman of the City of Exeter, Michael Caines MBE was thrilled at the opportunity to restore and refurbish what was formerly Courtlands House, a grade two listed Georgian Manor

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15 Minutes with… Pete’s Dragons

Dealing with loss is never easy, but dealing with bereavement after a suicide requires a different kind of support. We meet Alison Jordan, CEO of Exmouth based charity Pete’s Dragons, to learn more about the work they do across Devon.

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BurgerFest – Exeter

One thing Exeter doesn’t lack is a wide variety of places to eat. From national chain restaurants to independent cafes the city is never short of somewhere nice, new and interesting to satisfy your appetite.

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Festive Frolics

Festive Frolics

Feel the magic of Christmas with some of our favourite family-friendly events to get you into the festive spirit

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Chocolate Mousse Brownies

Take the classic rich and squidgy chocolate brownie recipe a step further with a creamy milk chocolate mousse topping for the ultimate chocolate lover’s dessert!

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The Deck Restaurant, Exmouth

When you’re looking for the perfect evening out for dinner it’s safe to say that it’s about more than just the food; it’s the whole package – ambience, good company, staff that make you feel special and perhaps a table with a view.

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One-Pan Paella

Enjoy the flavours of Spain with this classic rice dish that makes for a simple but delivious one-pan meal served with crusty bread and a green salad

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The Marine, Sidmouth

From quayside to seaside, Exeter’s highly revered restaurateurs at On The Waterfront are bringing their stylish but casual approach to dining to their new charming Sidmouth seafront restaurant – The Marine

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The Oddfellows, Exmouth

The Oddfellows, Exmouth

The Oddfellows, situated at the top of Exmouth’s High Street in what used to be The Heavitree, is an independent gastro-pub that has recently opened following the success of their Exeter restaurant of the same name.

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15 Minutes with… Craig Maclellan

Craig is the founder of the charity, Veterans With Dogs, which trains Assistance Dogs to increase independence and improve quality of life for British ex-servicemen and women with mental health conditions.

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The Coombe Cellars, Combeinteignhead

It is slightly daunting reviewing an Inn that has already been reviewed by John Keats, the early 19th century Romantic poet, but at the very least I can report the menu has more on it now than it did then.

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Sausages and Puy Lentils

Mix up the classic bangers and mash by swapping potato for flavoursome lentils and adding pancetta for a twist on this mid-week favourite.

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15 Mins… Local Historian Darren Marsh

We chat to local historian Darren Marsh about his latest book delving into the history behind the Royal Clarence, Exeter’s recently lost and oldest hotel, to find out more about its historic importance in the city.

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The Salty Monk – Sidmouth

After a pleasant drive from Exeter out to Sidford, my husband and I arrived at The Salty Monk, which was originally a Salt House used by the Benedictine Monks who traded Salt at Exeter Cathedral!

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Go Here… Pick Your Own

Go Here… Pick Your Own

As a farming county we live amongst some of the best producers of fruit and veg in the country. Here’s where you can enjoy some of the freshest produce picked with your own hands for a fantastic family-activity out in the countryside

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Al Fresco Eateries

Al Fresco Eateries

When the sun is shining there’s nothing we Brits love more than to dine outdoors. So with the sun set to stay, we’ve picked some of our favourite local spots that serve fantastic food and stunning views

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The Devon County Show 2016

Experience the best in agriculture, food & drink, and family entertainment that the county has to offer at Devon’s biggest and best day out

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The Stable, Exeter

The Stable, Exeter

One Magazine’s Jake Tucker makes his first visit to Exeter’s exclusive new dining quarter for a slice of rustic meets sleek at Queen Street’s pizza, pie and cider house.

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Topsham Goat Walk

Topsham Goat Walk

Tread along Topsham’s historic waterside path and discover 17th century buildings, maritime treasures and intriguing wildlife

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Byron Burger – Exeter

There are few foods as iconic as the Hamburger. An American staple, the humble beef in a bun has, over the last few years, become something more than this, offering diners the chance to experience a wide selection of different tastes and toppings.

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Sorrento, Italy

With the likes of Pompeii, Capri and the jaw-dropping Amalfi Coast all within easy reach, Sorrento is the perfect base for a holiday that can be as relaxing or active as you like

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The Canopy, Exeter

The Canopy, Exeter

The instant curb appeal of this unusual and quirky restaurant sat on Exeter’s south street immediately got us excited as we made our way down the hill to the restaurant front.

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Street Food Eats

Street Food Eats

Enjoy the culturally bridging ritual of coming together and sharing food at East Devon’s stunning coastlines and market towns

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Mincemeat Sponge Puddings

With Christmas just around the corner there will be plenty of jars of rich and fruity mincemeat in the shops – perfect for adding to mini sponge puddings.

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Noble Neutrals

Noble Neutrals

Neutrals never go out of fashion and adding an array of delicious textures is a dream combination for an utterly inviting home

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Bolognese Meatballs

These delicious homemade meatballs are flavoured with basil and oregano then cooked in a rich tomato sauce for a taste of Italy at home

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