Work your way out of this quaint village traversing the rolling hills of the Exe Valley, pockets of enchanted woodland and finishing off at a cosy pub.
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One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington catches up with The Prop Factory’s Marketing Director to talk about her venture into the world of eye-catching props.
This delicious citrus flavoured sponge is made in a classic ring-shaped bundt tin for a distinctive shape that is sure to impress
Backpack camping is in the spotlight after the Court of Appeal ruled in favour of Dartmoor National Park Authority in a landmark case centred around people’s right to backpack camp on the commons
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.
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
Packed with flavour, these burgers will be enjoyed by both meat-eaters and vegetarians.
The cost of living is increasing, it’s no secret, and with wages not keeping pace, there are more people than ever needing...
Meet Gen C – people who care deeply about creation, curation, connection and community. While it’s a generation of mostly millennials, it’s not an age group – it’s a mindset. We speak to Nick from Exeter’s Tubers Academy to learn more about the YouTube Generation, the art of content creation and staying safe online
Beat the summer holiday boredom before it even begins with our ideas to get the whole family through the summer holidays.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll know that the best part of any holiday is sampling the local cuisine. But while every city has its own unique dishes and exciting flavours, there are some destinations that have food steeped in their DNA
Life itself is said to have begun in water, so it’s not surprising that we are drawn to it and love introducing it to our gardens. Caroline Knight shows you how…
The Farm Table is a celebration of fresh food straight from the farm, masterfully cooked and served with a smile so warm, you’ll instantly feel at home
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.
Rich, creamy and spiced with cinnamon, this autumnal cheesecake is delicious and looks the part – making it great for a Halloween party.
21-year-old fundraiser, Alex Ellis-Roswell, is walking around the coast of Great Britain to raise money for the RNLI.
These scrumptious small Australian cakes are made with a whisked light and buttery sponge which is coated in a quick chocolate icing and desiccated coconut.
Brighten the darker nights this autumn with a whole host of events that illuminate the night sky
Lively yet relaxed, informal yet chic, Polpo, the final restaurant to arrive at Exeter’s new Queen Street dining quarter, has created an experience that is charmingly humble with a modest elegance that greets you before you even step through the door.
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…
Hidden away in the Otter Valley, traditional countryside charm meets sophisticated yet informal high-end dining
Enjoy this hidden wildlife haven right in the heart of Exeter that will make you think you’re miles away from civilisation
One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington uncovers how the wreckage of the 2007 Napoli incident inspired street art across Devon
Try this lovely light and fruity dessert that’s ideal for summer entertaining
One Magazine’s Jake Tucker takes on the role of supersleuth to solve the mystery of what makes Exeter’s Escape Rooms so popular
One Magazine’s Esther Baker and family try their hand at the art of chocolate making…
Everyone will enjoy making (and eating) these ghoulishly good muffins – perfect for a Halloween party
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
These delicious sweet pastries are easy to make using just a sheet of ready-rolled puff pastry and caster sugar.
Many serious health conditions can go unnoticed for months – and even years – but health screenings can help us to identify any underlying issues, so we can significantly reduce our risk and improve the prognosis of any illness. After all, prevention is better than cure
The campaign to clean up our local towns, villages, countryside and beaches takes place this year between 17th March – 2nd April, with one simple aim – to restore local pride in our communities by removing litter. Want to get involved? Here’s how…
Unleash your creativity on the largest range of pottery in the South West
This dish is simpler to make than a vegetarian lasagne, but just as tasty.
One Mag’s Bruce Hetherington meets Elke Meredith-Church, the driving force behind the Exeter Trading Hub supporting local businesses in the community
The buzz in Bill’s on Gandy Street starts first thing in the morning when it opens for breakfast at 8am – it’s clearly a favourite among city workers meeting clients before the work day begins.
Make the most of living in a rural county by discovering all of the animals that share Devon with us as their home
It’s your safe place, right? It’s routine and there’s no stress, challenges or pressures. But step outside your comfort zone and the benefits could be bountiful
We catch up with the Devon Wildlife Trust to learn more about their ambitious national nature recovery project that's...
Look out for Peregrine Falcons and enjoy stunning coastal views on this challenging walk through one of South Devon’s RSPB protected nature reserves
Step back in time and discover the site of an Iron Age hillfort offering stunning panoramic views across the Mid Devon countryside
Journey through time across the ancient Pebblebed Heaths before descending through rolling meadows and more rugged heathland towards a tranquil pond teeming with wildlife and the sound of spring in full bloom.
These mouth watering ribs are a welcome addition to any BBQ this summer!
Divine, indulgent chocolate puds
Transport yourself back in time to a more rural Devon countryside as you pass through open meadows, small sections of woodlands and discover one of the South West’s last remaining watermills.
Nestled in the beautiful South Devon coastal village of Maidencombe, not far from Newton Abbot, is the stunning family-owned Georgian country house of Orestone Manor.
Relax by the River Bovey within the stunning grounds of this National Trust owned estate
This simple yet tasty dish can be made in a flash from mostly everyday ingredients found in your kitchen cupboards
Writing a restaurant review can sometimes be a little tricky if the service, venue or food isn’t up to scratch.
Give your immune system a boost and your taste buds a treat with this nourishing and vibrant dahl
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.
This delectable feast, courtesy of restaurateur Danny Jimminson, serves four and is sure to impress guests!
Fuss-free and made in moments, this blissfully simple Italian dish looks stunningly sophisticated for a light lunch or midweek dinner
One Magazine’s Jake Tucker meets military wife and mum of two Jo Lomax, founder of Huggable Heroes, to learn more about how these personalised children’s cushions can help ease the separation of being away from loved-ones
Children will love helping to make and decorate these fun spook-tacular Halloween treats!
Stuffed mushrooms make for a filling and tasty vegetarian meal served with a mixed green salad or coleslaw and some crusty bread.
Discover a truly stunning hidden valley in the heart of East Devon
The buttery pastry for this deep dish pie is made with a mix of self-raising and plain flours which gives it a soft and cake-like texture.
It’s hard to visit Topsham and not notice The Salutation Inn. Its stunning three story façade has stood proudly in the centre of Fore Street since 1720 and since then has witnessed history at its most alive
Add a meat-free meal to your weekly dinner plan this month with this deliciously filling vegetarian lasagne
Full of flavour, this speedy curry is light, fragrant and perfect for something different this summer.
I’ve never been to a fish and seafood restaurant before, so was very keen to try out the experience when my husband and I headed out to Topsham from Exeter one balmy July evening.
No time for a bath, or perhaps you don’t have a bath at all? Create a ‘spathroom’ in your shower instead…
One Magazine’s Jake Tucker meets RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s youngest ever gold medal winner hailing from Exeter to find out more about his passion for garden design.
Enjoy a relaxing stroll around the lake and ponds of Newton Abbot’s local nature reserve
Is working out more your New Year’s resolution for 2023? We look at how exercise classes can be a great way to establish regular exercise and suit all needs and abilities
One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington spent a morning with Citizens Advice Exeter learning about the dual role the charity plays in making lives better.
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!
These crisp and light pastry cases filled with a rich and creamy white chocolate mousse are easy to make and look mighty impressive!
Spend some time in this traditional Bavarian town just a few miles from the Austrian border and enjoy mountain and lake views, Olympic history and authentic wiener schnitzel, says One Magazine’s Jake Tucker
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
Bring your gardening techniques into the 21st century by adding some digital gardening tools to your collection. We look at some of the best apps on the market that help make gardening easier.
Anyone who knows me knows about my love of gin. So when my editor came to me with a challenge and told me he was sending me back to school for the afternoon at the Salcombe Gin Distillery there was no chance of me saying no.
Gardening expert Caroline Knight offers advice for planting ahead of spring and which jobs to add to your to-do list ahead of the festive celebrations
Staying safe and healthy abroad is as important as it is at home. Take the right precautions and you can ensure your holiday goes without a hitch
It’s safe to say that Harry’s Restaurant has been on my to-dine list for quite some time now.
Walk along the ancient tracks on East Devon’s Pebblebed Heaths and discover an area that was once densely populated during the Stone Age.
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
Wade through striking carpets of bluebells on this secluded woodland walk
Just a few simple ingredients combine to make the most luscious tea time treat. If you prefer the classic chocolate éclair, simply melt 100g dark chocolate with a spoonful of golden syrup and 20g unsalted butter, cool until thickened then spread over the top of the éclairs.
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.
Every single one of us can make a difference to our planet. Sarah Allen challenges you to make one or more of these small changes and make the world a better place in 2017.
Take to this unique form of travel to see Haldon Forest like you’ve never seen it before
One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington recently went along to Swanaford Estate, a young vineyard in the Teign Valley, to meet up with the owners and winemakers Ben and Caroline Goulden.
We meet celebrity gardener, TV presenter and horticultural writer to talk about his upcoming garden festival at Powderham, encouraging kids into the garden and how gardening can improve mental your health.
There’s nothing quite like eating out at a country pub at this time of year. That feeling of getting out of the cold by stepping into an inviting, cosy ambience where you know a warming feast awaits you makes my stomach positively tingle just thinking about it.
A simpler version of a classic Italian dessert
Experience the best in agriculture, food & drink, and family entertainment that the county has to offer at Devon’s biggest and best day out
We meet local craftsman David Hill to find out more about his passion for creating cigar box guitars.
We take a look at the new form of dining taking Devon by storm…
Try this divine dessert with a crisp, buttery pastry case and a tangy lemon cream filling
We caught up with a new charity that aims to make the joy of cycling accessible for all
Good-looking, long-lasting and hard-wearing – why choosing a hard floor is a great choice whether creating a magnificent entrance, a glamorous kitchen or a practical bathroom
Take part in England’s largest festival of history and culture with free open days around Devon
Discover giant redwoods, darting deer and carpets of bluebells on a number of routes through this National Trust owned forest.
Visting Havana is like stepping back in time. Visit now before it changes, says One Magazine’s Rachael D’Cruze-Sharpe
This circular walk, starting and finishing at Exeter’s historic Quayside is fantastic at any time of year, says Rachael D’Cruze-Sharpe
Coffee and chocolate make for an irresistible combination in this simple all-in-one tray bake
Home-made doughnuts are simple, delicious and easier to make than you may think!
Discover this unique Devon landscape with an amazing variety of wildlife, history and adventure – all waiting to be explored