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The East Devon seaside town of Seaton is looking forward to another exciting weekend of cycle races

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It's Devon Day this month - a chance to celebrate all that's great about our beautiful county. And there's a whole lotta love out there, as CHRISSY HARRIS discovers

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This award-winning festival in Dartmouth will be taking place for three days between August 16 and 18

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From stunning sunsets over Barnstaple to meeting the Dartmoor ponies, we have 23 reasons that prove Devon is the prettiest county…

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Encompassing large swathes of Dartmoor and plenty of the county's most distinctive sections of coastline, it's no wonder that the South Hams district is home to some of Devon's prettiest places. We pick out 10 of the best towns and villages the area has to offer

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Dartmoor is one of the best places in the UK to spot stars. HAZEL SILLVER joined astronomers Rob and Bryony Tilsley on the moor on a starry night

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Dartmoor's not all tors and craggy landscapes, you know. There are some beautiful lakes and reservoirs to explore too, as CHRISSY HARRIS discovers

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Simone Stanbrook-Byrne suggests a selection of 5 walks with stunning views to enjoy over the summer. Grab your boots and the relevant OS map and off you go!

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If there's one thing Devon can do well, it's play host to a picnic. With an abundance of hidden areas and beautiful locations, Devon screams out to be explored. We've picked 11 spots that are ideal for exploration and picnicking

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May is a great time to see bluebells slowly cover Devon's landscape, providing a wash of colour to truly emphasise the start of spring. We pick seven top spots for bluebell walks in the county

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Tourist attraction and honey producer Quince Honey Farm in South Molton, is one of Britain's leading honey farms that was first established in 1949

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Spending the day in this Mid Devon gem? Here is where you should visit, what you should do and where you should eat

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On social media we asked Devon Life's readers and followers to name our county's funniest, rudest, crudest and most unusual place or street names. Here are 24 of the crackers you came back to us with

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South Devon's Burgh Island hotel celebrates its 90th anniversary this year - and the 50th anniversary of its unique sea tractor

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Away from the hustle of places like Woolacombe and Ilfracombe, North Devon is peppered with tiny coves, empty beaches and wooded walks leading to secluded bays that feel a million miles away from the tourist trail. BECKY DICKINSON reveals her pick of the best kept secrets on the North Devon coast

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With its mix of formality and wilderness, set against the backdrop of Exeter Cathedral, ANNE BRUNNER-ELLIS discovers the delights of the Bishop's Palace Garden

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Coldharbour Mill is asking for your support for their latest fundraising initiative by signing their petition of support on their website

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A descendant of the family which has owned Kitley House for 500 years is building a new life in Devon and a new future for the hotel, as SHARON GOBLE found out

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24 hours in Exmouth: A town guide

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Need to make the most of your 24 hours in Exmouth? Here are some great things to do and places to eat or shop

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Miranda Housden, regional director of the Institution of Civil Engineers, tells JUDI SPIERS about a film celebrating 500 years of engineering innovation in Plymouth

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