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Are all Ciders Created Equally?

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Devon – Sam’s Cider at Winkleigh: It all started in 1916, where Sam Inch started to make cider here at Western Barn in Winkleigh. Times were hard and apples were paid in lieu of a …

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Where Fairies & Piskies Play

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Cornwall – St Nectan’s Glen: One of nature’s most stunning and awe-inspiring creations. A world filled with the elixir that nature has shaped into one of Cornwall’s most unspoilt hidden corners. Voted an area of …

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Beautiful Beaches of Bude

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Cornwall – Bude’s Beaches: From iconic sandy beaches to intimate sheltered coves, North Coast’s 300+ beaches are gloriously varied. Dog friendly, family friendly, golden, pebbly, bustling or blissfully empty, we love them all! Get out …

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An English Garden Beyond Borders

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Devon – RHS Garden – Rosemoor: At RHS Rosemoor they aim to inspire a passion for gardening and growing plants, promote the value of gardens, demonstrate how gardening is good for us and explain the …

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Fine Fantastic Food From Fowey

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Cornwall – Fitzroy of Fowey: It may seem odd for Jeremie Cometto-Lingenheim and David Gingell, the duo behind three hyper hip London restaurants, Primeur, Westerns Laundry and Jolene, to have opened a place in Fowey, …

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Walking In The Path Of Pirates

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Cornwall – Polperro: In Polperro it is easy to step back in time in what is largely an unspoilt fishing village on the South East coast of Cornwall. Its beautiful cottages cling to steep hillsides …