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Artizan Gallery - Soft Coffee Cafe, Lucius St, Torquay

7 Lucius Street Torquay TQ2 5UW

Ph: 01803 428626
Email: juliebrandon@artizangallery.co.uk

Torquay is one of my favourite parts of Devon. It has palm trees, beaches, lots of quirky independent shops, strange parking regulations and an even stranger one-way system.   311 more words

Eating Exeter Blog


Folks know what they like
And they like what they know.
Full stop, and it usually ends there!
With an unwillingness to change? 755 more words


Written Review - Dragon Valley

Review and photos by Devon Weir – posted with permission

With tower defense games being so popular on mobile platforms, it was only a matter of time before they made a return to the gaming table. 1,263 more words

Board Games

Rare Breeds Farm

Last week me and the other half took a trip to Totnes during our week holiday from work. I had never been to Totnes before and had no idea what was there, so naturally I did a bit of Googling and was over the moon to see that there was a Rare Breeds Farm which we could visit. 382 more words

The Dark Mirror Murder - summing up

Confession time in The Dark Mirror Murder, with a twist at the end so do keep reading. You, dear audience, need to know whodunnit, whydunnit, whosolvedit and who the victim was.But first, a glimpse of the location: 893 more words

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RHS Rosemoor, Devon

The RHS garden, Rosemoor is situated near Torrington in Devon and set in a deep wooded valley beside the river Torridge. Originally created as a private garden by Lady Anne Palmer (born in 1919) the garden was gifted to the RHS in 1988 and in 1990 it was opened to the public as a ‘garden for all seasons’. 619 more words


The Grand Tour Part Two: Dartmoor

Part One: USA

Part Three: Iceland! (to come)

As usual, this is a best-bits version of the trip, where “best-bits” = anything that stayed still long enough to be sketched. 503 more words