Don’t miss out on your autumn issue…
Welcome to our autumn issue – longer than ever before as we have now expended our pages. It is packed with lots of topics to delight the senses, from Jane Mares’ beautiful description of the aromas of autumn and foraged recipes for an autumnal feast, to birds’ eye views of Exmoor from a hot air balloon and an exploration of hands-on outdoor adventure through bushcraft for children.
If one season more than any other evokes a sense of nostalgia and reminiscence it is, surely, autumn? In this issue, several readers have shared personal memories of their Exmoor parents who will be known to many – and we hope that this will become regular (so do get in touch to contribute!). Hilary Binding takes us on a trip down memory lane to enjoy a hedgerow harvest of nuts and Marianna Dudley tells us about an exciting project which has mapped the ancient orchards of the Quantocks.
We hope that this new-length issue brings you happy memories too. And hopefully you will be able to get your wellies on and head outside to enjoy the pause which seems to take place as summer holds her breath, to give us (hopefully!) some soft warm days in which to enjoy the landscape, before we head into winter.
Naomi, Sue and Elaine
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