Farm to Folk, Commercial Road, Exeter – A Review.

I have to say finding an affordable corner shop where I can: βœ”οΈBuy locally produced milk πŸ„ βœ”οΈGreat quality, locally grown πŸ“πŸŽπŸ…πŸŒ and πŸ₯¦πŸ₯•πŸŒ½πŸ₯” βœ”οΈπŸž, πŸ₯š and other basics Without starting an overdraftπŸ˜₯ …was a πŸ’― surprise!  But there it is on Commercial Street, Farm to Folk opposite The Bishop Blaze public house, and acrossContinue reading “Farm to Folk, Commercial Road, Exeter – A Review.”

Belle Isle Park, Exeter. An urban escape.

For me, Exeter is a true garden city, with the reassuring calm of rolling green hills visible from even the most opulent and commercial city centre vantage points. The agrarian, the wild and the open are never far away, with the urban sprawl faithfully held back by the County Council, Devon Wildlife Trust, Devon GardensContinue reading “Belle Isle Park, Exeter. An urban escape.”

Why we need a Richard Vobes in Devon

I am probably old enough to have enjoyed his CITV show Snug and Cozi on more than one occasion. But Richard Vobes of Worthing, West Sussex, AKA The Bald Explorer is distinguishing himself as one of the UK’s leading vloggers about all things landscape, heritage, and nature. If you have not already encountered his engagingContinue reading “Why we need a Richard Vobes in Devon”