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A habitat rarer than rainforest is the setting for this 6k nature reserve ramble

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Janice James from Greens of Devon shares her top tips for creating a beautiful floral kitchen garden

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Thousands of photos are taken on the moor but few capture the spirit of the land and its people like Chris Chapman’s black and white images

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These extraordinary images show how Devon’s coastline looked during the peak of lockdown

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From Shakespeare to Sherlock Holmes there’s something for all the family at these unique venues

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Wild camping is a fabulous way to get away from it all and immerse yourself in nature (as well as the occasional puddle).

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Staff at a Devon arts centre have been working hard behind the scenes in the hope of a September opening date

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From meerkats to boa constrictors, Axe Valley Wildlife Park has many mouths to feed - and coronavirus has knocked its finances for six

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Hundreds of festival goers will sit in their cars at Appledore Book Festival to see authors including Michael Morpurgo, Jeremy Vine, Michael Cashman and Kate Humble

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The National Garden Scheme, which raises thousands of pounds for nursing charities every year, has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic - but some private Devon gardens are starting to open once again

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Outdoor swimming pools have been told they can reopen for the summer. Here are 11 in Devon - check their websites for information about their reopening plans.

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Slug devouring newts should be welcomed to our gardens, says wildlife writer James Chubb

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Burgh Island Hotel inspired Agatha Christie and has hosted everyone from The Beatles to Winston Churchill

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Annette Shaw speaks with history buff Tim Taylor about his latest book

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If life is getting a bit overwhelming why not check out some of these calming spots in the county?

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What’s it like to live along a Devon road that will flood when the tide is high?

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Wild camping can be one of the best ways to escape the crowds for a night or two and lose yourself in the landscape - SOPHIE PAVELLE chooses her five favourite places to ‘wild-life’ camp in Devon

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Globe-trotting travel guide writer Hilary Bradt hasn’t minded being locked down at her Devon home

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Across Devon, many villages and towns have Walk & Talk schemes. Devon Life walks writer Simone Stanbrook-Byrne joined one near Silverton, just before lockdown kicked in.

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From naval figureheads to Marlene Dietrich’s shoes, museums in Devon have something for everyone

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