Michelle Werrett takes a look at the traditional farm buildings of Exmoor, Sue Viccars goes walking in Barle Country and Somerset Wildlife Trust’s Beth Jerrett and Ben Bryant provide an insight into the highs and lows of our coast – from the lowest tides in 200 years, to the highest cliffs in the country.
Endymion Beer expands on this journey, with an explanation for children of the wildlife of our cliffs, Trevor Beer profiles the grey heron and Rosemary FitzGerald investigates the secret life of ferns.
Delighting the senses are the aromas of summer, as celebrated by Jane Mares and the beautiful art works of renowned Exmoor artist Ann Le Bas.
Tony James meets Terry Moule and his racing ferrets at Witheridge, heads to Porlock to find out how work is progressing for Porlock Bay Oysters and visits Barbara Wigley and Joan Ratcliff to reminisce about the last 50 years of the Golden Horseshoe. Avril Stone, meanwhile, enjoys Bill Mitchell’s memories about his seafaring days and the infamous Bideford Bar.
We hope that you enjoy all this and more in our summer issue.
Naomi, Elaine and Sue
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