Autumn 2018

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    Autumn 2018: Issue 84

In this Issue

CONTENTS

NEWS
FARMING: Woolly Yarns by Michelle Werrett
ACTIVE EXMOOR: Exmoor Open Water Swim by Ann Mold
SEASON OF MELLOW FRUITFULNESS by Jane A. Mares
EATING OUT: Boat Bites – Watermouth’s Storm in a Teacup & Bideford’s Café Onboard by Tony James
TASTE OF EXMOOR: It’s Goat to be Perfect by Mel Roach
RECIPES: Tarr Farm Inn Recipes by Steve Cox
FOOD NEWS
ECOLOGY: The Mysterious Moth by Peter Marren
LANDSCAPES: The Quantock Hills by Peter Haggett
EQUINE: A Love Affair with Quantock Ponies by Liz Elmont
WALKING: Goathurst & Broomfield by Sue Viccars
GARDENS: Quantock Lodge by Rosemary FitzGerald
WOODLANDS: Low-impact Woodland Management by Robin Parker
PLANNING LAW: Tree Preservation Orders by Amy Cater, Tozers
PROPERTY: Why Sell by ‘Informal Tender?’ by Napoleon Wilcox, Webbers
HOMES: Seated in Tradition by Paul Hackman
ARTS: Pleasure Dome Theatre Company by Sandy Francis
PROFILE: Liz Bradshaw: Bat Detective by Victoria Eveleigh
NATURE DIARY: Things That Go Bump, Boom & Creak in the Night by Julian Gurney
CHILDREN’S PAGES: Uncle Willow’s Canal Trip by Endymion Beer
CROSSWORD by Bryan Cath
AUTUMN DIARY Compiled by Katy Charge
FINAL PAWS: The Shepherd of Simonsbath, Brian Duke by Mary Bromiley


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