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Bombay Potatoes

Try your hand at making this classic spicy supper or side dish for with a homemade Indian meal

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Ashclyst Forest Walk

Discover giant redwoods, darting deer and carpets of bluebells on a number of routes through this National Trust owned forest.

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Burrator Reservoir Accessible Walk

Burrator Reservoir Accessible Walk

This manageable there and back route offers easy walking and wheeling along the eastern side of the reservoir and to the dams, plus additional access to the wildlife trail in the Burrator Arboretum

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Clyston Mill Circular Walk

Clyston Mill Circular Walk

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.

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Perfect Pit Stops

Spring is here and it’s time to enjoy outdoor pursuits in our beautiful county. We’ve rounded up our pick of the perfect pit stops when you’re on the move and looking for a little bit more than just great coffee

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Snickerdoodles

These classic American cookies are crisp at the edges, chewy in the middle and have a delicious cinnamon sugar coating.

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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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Hey Teacher, Leave Them Kids Outdoors

A Devon junior school is finding children benefit from being taught normal subjects in an outdoor environment, and has worked out how to do this regularly. One Magazine’s Bruce Hetherington finds out more about this intriguing new method of teaching

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Summer Pudding

This classic British summer dessert is easy to make and is made with just a few simple ingredients, giving you more time to enjoy the sunshine

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Revolution, Exeter

There’s a revolution happening in Exeter. Quite literally – as Exeter welcomes this fun cocktail, drinks and food-led bar/restaurant chain to the corner of Queen Street and Gandy Street

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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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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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One-Pan Jewelled Rice

Try this colourful and tasty dish with equally vibrant flavours. Better yet, it’s simple and easy to prepare using just one pan!

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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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12 Ways to Update Your Lighting

12 Ways to Update Your Lighting

Upgrading your lighting design is an easy way to transform your home. Here’s how to make a big difference within a short timeframe – even on a small budget

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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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Go Here… The Bear Trail

Go Here… The Bear Trail

One Magazine’s Esther Baker and family get stuck in at Cullompton’s brand new outdoor adventure trail where kids really can be kids…

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Coffee Cream Eclairs

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.

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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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Salmon Niçoise Salad

This is a delicious protein-packed salad full of beneficial omega-3 anti-inflammatory fats, using walnut oil in the dressing along with herbs and capers to further boost your healthy fat intake

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Warming Wood Burners

Warming Wood Burners

With fuel bills rocketing, homeowners are turning to wood-burning stoves as a cheaper heating alternative. But what are the key considerations?

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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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Rockfish, Exmouth

Ideally situated next to the slipway in Exmouth overlooking the River Exe, the choice of location for Rockfish’s latest restaurant – their first venture up into East Devon – really could not be any better.

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The Oddfellows – Exeter

The Oddfellows – Exeter

Venturing out into the cold on a February evening is not something my wife and I would normally choose to do, preferring to stay at home with a plate of ham, egg and chips to watch the latest episode of Silent Witness.

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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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Pepper-stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed mushrooms make for a filling and tasty vegetarian meal served with a mixed green salad or coleslaw and some crusty bread.

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Managing Myopia

Managing Myopia

An incredible third of the population are short sighted, otherwise known as myopia. Early treatment is important to ensure good eye health, but what are the options?

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Safety by the Sea

The sun is shining and for many of us, that means flocking to the seaside in order to stay cool. But the sea can be a dangerous place, so here’s how to stay safe by learning your beach flags and knowing what precautions to take when by the water.

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Choosing the Right Exercise

Choosing the Right Exercise

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

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Go Here… Wildwood Escot

Come face to face with exciting wildlife, get stuck in with Anglo-Saxon crafts and enjoy exploring nature’s playground says One Magazine’s Peter Frost

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Circa 1924 – Exeter

I love eating out and enjoy discovering new and exciting places in which to dine, so when we were invited to try Circa 1924, I was more than ready for the challenge.

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15 Minutes with… Frances Tophill

One Magazine’s Jake Tucker meets horticulturalist and BBC Gardener’s World presenter, Frances Tophill, ahead of her appearance at this year’s Toby Buckland Garden Festival.

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Wabi Sabi Bay

Wabi Sabi Bay

Perfectly imperfect. That’s how Wabi Sabi Bay, the latest independent restaurant to arrive on the waterside of Exeter’s canal basin, describes both their food and ambience in-line with the philosophy behind the restaurant name

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Exercise: The Most Effective Drug Ever?

“If exercise were a pill, it would be one of the most cost-effective drugs ever invented,” says health promotion consultant Dr Nick Cavill. That’s true, because the benefits of exercise go way beyond what many people think of as simple fitness.

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Support Your Community

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Support Your Community

The three Rs of recycling are easy to remember. But where in Devon can you put it all into practise and give back to your local community? We look at some of the organisations providing skills development and help for those in need while saving the planet to boot

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The Railway Inn, Honiton

The Railway Inn, Honiton

A railway indicates a journey – a means to your next location. But in the East Devon market town of Honiton, a new family-run culinary team have revitalised what’s shaping up to be a town jewel – a destination you’ll want to stay put

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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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Outdoor Living

Longer days and impending sunshine means it’s time to head out to the garden. However large or small your outside space, some careful planning will ensure that it is flexible enough for playing games.

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Barley Valley Nature Reserve Walk

Barley Valley Nature Reserve Walk

Discover a lesser known part of Exeter on a walk around this local nature reserve to enjoy relaxation, an abundance of wildlife plus views across the city and beyond to Woodbury Common

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Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies

Who doesn’t fancy a batch of home-made cookies now and again? Try this quick and easy recipe for the weekend that is perfect for including the kids.

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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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Cheesy Vegetable Gratin

This warming one-pan family dish is packed with winter vegetables and topped with a rich cheese sauce. It’s great for a midweek meat-free meal.

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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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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.

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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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Staycations: Why go anywhere else?

With exchange rates plummeting and stresses of holidays abroad on your mind, join millions of other Britons in exploring and enjoying what our own country has to offer.

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Bill’s, Exeter

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.

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Migraine – Not Just a Headache

Migraine – Not Just a Headache

Exeter GP Dr David Kernick, former Chair of the British Association for the Study of Headache, shares some insights into how to recognise the main types of headache and what to do if you suffer from migraines

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A Postcard from… Dubrovnik

A Postcard from… Dubrovnik

One Magazine’s Jake Tucker visits the Dalmatian Coast’s medieval hotspot famed for its encapsulating ancient walled city, seafood cuisine and Game of Thrones filming locations.

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Salted Caramel Semifreddo

This indulgent Italian-style ice cream dessert is surprisingly simple to make and provides the wow-factor as an impressive summer dessert

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The Galley – Topsham

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.

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