Autumn 2009

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In this Issue

  • In the news
  • Profile: A drop of the hard stuff – Rock Themes and Original Mix by Elaine Pearce
  • Young Farmers’ Clubs by Ellen Cowling
  • Farming: Lay a little egg for me! By Hilary Binding
  • Lunch in Dulverton by Holly Wright
  • The Toast of Exmoor: Kubla Brewery by Adrian Tierney Jones
  • Taste of Exmoor: Asparagus: ‘a mini event’ by Mel Roach
  • Recipes: Spring foraging from Streamcombe by Ian Jarmarkier
  • Heavy dews, light showers by Jane A. Mares
  • Past Times: Quest for adventure – south with Shackleton from Chapel Cleeve by Jeff Cox
  • Country Matters: The stoat by Trevor Beer
  • Family Page: Uncle Willow explores a stone wall by Endymion Beer
  • Wellbeing: Hospital arts by Sandy Francis
  • Coast: The MS Oldenburg by Tony James
  • Active Exmoor: Youth Hostels – a roof with a smile by Malcolm Rigby
  • Walking: Chumleigh and Eggesford Forest by Sue Viccars
  • Crossword by Bryan Cath
  • Ecology: Whitebeam magic of coast and combe by Rosemary FitzGerald
  • Books: News & reviews by Hilary Binding
  • Property: Overheating or under-performing? By Napoleon Wilcox
  • Homes: Under the weather by Louise Crossman Architects
  • Garden notes: Digging for treasure – potatoes, onions and shallots by Paul Fonnereau
  • Gardens: Huntsham Court by Cad Shaw
  • Lawhorse: Exercising liens for livery fees by Jill Headford
  • In the Stableyard: Culmstock – ‘Newmarket of the South West’ by Cindy Cowling
  • Country driving: ATVs & mud of every description! By ARK ATVs
  • Exmoor Diary compiled by Sue South
  • Final Paws: ‘Staffies’ and ‘rotties’ – docile or dangerous? By Mary Bromiley

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