Features

Whether you’re skiing, planning a Springtime getaway or already all-set for Summer, the news that in-resort tests have been scrapped for re-entry into the UK is very welcome for both travellers and the travel industry as a whole. Read more

Business News

Chris Skelton

DCAA

Mary Quicke MBE DL, Chairman of the Council of the DCAA is pleased to announce that Chris Skelton will join as Association Secretary/Chief Executive on Monday 31st January. Read more

Farming News

Mowing grass, Drewston 1930s © Martin Perryman Collection

© Martin Perryman Collection

What was the day-to-day routine on a farm on edge of Dartmoor 130 years ago? Read more

History

We would like to say a massive thank you for all your patience and kindness over the last couple of years... Read more

Health

'Mount Kelly is embedded in Dartmoor; we would not be what we are without our surroundings...' Read more

Education

The floats have been returned to their sheds, the fires have been put out, the streets are empty once again, and just like that, Hatherleigh Carnival is over for another year. Read more

Community News

Legend suggests that Dom Pierre Perignon, a French Benedictine Monk, ‘invented’ the drink at the abbey of Hautvilliers in 1697. Read more

Drinks

Snowdrops and Crocuses

RHS

Snowdrops are a favourite at Rosemoor as they herald the coming of spring and bring hope that the dark days of winter are numbered. Read more

Gardening

This recipe comes from Jacqui Reed, Slimming World consultant for Okehampton. Jacqui runs groups at Okehampton Rugby Club every Wednesday at 6pm and 7.30pm and Thursday mornings at 9.30am. Read more

Food

A New Year message from Stuart Luxton. Read more

Farming News

At St Joseph’s we focus on excellent outcomes for all children: across the school we show the value of committed teachers, small classes and ensuring excellent pastoral and academic provision for all of the children in our care. Read more

Education

‘The Dartmoor Line will make a positive difference to many people’s lives.’ Read more

Community News

Okehampton Food Bank has been helping provide food to people in need since 2008. Read more

Community News

Nick Bond

Nick Bond

Bonds Window Cleaning will soon celebrate its fourth birthday and at its helm is Okehampton resident Nick Bond. Read more

Business News

Rock Methodist Church would like to say a huge thank you to all who have given such generous donations to repair their stained-glass window. Read more

Community News

Tavistock resident Amanda Randell-Cox was recently awarded ‘Gold’ and ‘Best in show’ at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show in the Floristry: Floral Window category. Read more

Community News

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol by Jarred Clapperton

Jarred Clapperton

The name Isambard Kingdom Brunel was familiar to me as a child as I grew up in Clifton in Bristol, home of the iconic Brunel Clifton Suspension Bridge, although Brunel did not live to see it, as it was completed after his death... Read more

History

Richard Rundell with statue of a miner

Tavistock Guildhall

On Saturday 4 December, Tavistock’s newly restored and converted Guildhall reopened its doors as a new heritage visitor attraction. Read more

Features

“It still doesn’t feel real,” said gymnast Ruby Stacey, exceeding her own expectations in her first gymnastics world championship at the age of 16. Read more

Community News

Dr Jo Coldron tells us how she loves the blank slate of January the 1st and is a serial resolution-maker, albeit with variable success. Read more

Health

Series of interviews with local businesses during lockdown

Here are some fantastic films celebrating our area and people