Spring 2013

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In this issue

  • In the News
  • 40 Commando From ruins to recovery by D.R. Loadman LT, RN
  • Farming Talk: Farmers with fibre by Hilary Binding
  • Education: Open days by Joanna Laver
  • Young Farmers by Ellen Cowling & Bee Hobbs
  • Profile: Graham Harvey by Tony James
  • The sweet scents of spring by Jane A. Mares
  • Eating Out: The Rising Sun, Lynmouth by Adrian Tierney Jones
  • Taste of Exmoor: Chimans: Some like it hot! by Avril Stone
  • Recipes: An Easter feast Italian style at the Supper Club by Lis Kennett & Kalina Newman
  • Wine reflections: back to basics by Cliff Nicholson
  • Community: It’s what you can do that counts – Mel Roach visits The Calvert Trust, the Conquest Equestrian Centre and Foxes Academy
  • Walking: The Great South West Walk South West Coast Path Association with Bryan Cath
  • Coast: Somerset Wildlife Trust Living Seas Project by Nigel Phillips
  • Books: News & reviews by Hilary Binding
  • Past Times: Chocks away! Magnificent men in their flying machines by Jeff Cox
  • Active Exmoor: Orienteering by Malcolm Rigby
  • Country Matters: A tree, a violet and a butterfly by Trevor Beer
  • The Arts: Vanessa Clegg by Mel Roach
  • Heritage: A look back at limestone by Mary Siraut
  • Property: Who is buying and who isn’t? by James Green
  • Interiors: TLC for listed, historic buildings by Louise Crossman Architects
  • Family Page: Pondlife: Endymion Beer
  • Well Being: The wheat maze by Elaine Pearce
  • Crossword by Bryan Cath
  • Garden notes: Encouraging butterflies into your garden by Paul Fonnereau
  • Gardens: Arlington refreshed by Rosemary Lauder
  • In the Stableyard: Mary Hannah and Roger Everett by Cindy Cowling
  • Lawhorse: Planning permission for stables by Jill Headford
  • Exmoor Diary
  • Final Paws: Sarah, sheepdog of a lifetime by Victoria Eveleigh

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