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Our February/March issue explored the history of Dartmoor leats – one leat in particular, Drake’s Leat, is remembered every July in a ceremony called The Fishing Feast. The Fishing Feast is believed to be one of the oldest ceremonies in the United K more

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Wills are an invaluable source of information for family history researchers. They can reveal family relationships you didn’t know about, and may disclose intimate details about a person's household and lifestyle, such as place of residence, occupati more

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The second of four commemorative paving slabs dedicated to Plymouth and Devonport-born soldiers who received the Victoria Cross for their courage during the First World War has been unveiled on the Hoe. The slab is located near the Plymouth War ... more

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It’s not just how our Grand Old Lady stands today that we love so much, but how she has played such a vital role in the ever changing city around her large footprint. Working within the hospitality sector, we get to share what we know and what we... more

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The Robey Trust in Tavistock is dedicated to restoring and running steam vehicles, and houses an internationally significant collection of vehicles by Robey & Co Ltd of Lincoln, reclaimed from many corners of the globe. The Robey Trust was founded more

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