The Ipplepen Archaeological Project has made some startling findings about the settlement which has been in use for over 1000 years
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The Ways With Words literary festival at Dartington Hall attracts the whole world to leafy Devon, but there’s also guests with stories to tell from closer to home
Sharpham Trust is offering a whole range of nature events in Devon for May Day Bank Holiday and beyond
A new report highlights the vital importance of work being carried out by Devon conservationists in a Tanzanian forest, as it warns that human activities including widespread hunting for bush meat have brought wildlife in the poorly-protected Uzungwa Scarp rain forest in Tanzania to the brink of extinction
Devon news stories from the People’s Republic of South Devon – we’ve raided them to get stories on Saturn in the Devon sky, a Twinterview with a Lib Dem Teignbridge councillor, what next for the Torbay mayor, a prediction of choas at recycling centres as Devon impose charges at recycling centres and the news that Teignbridge council is the only in Devon to give low-paid staff a £250 pay rise
The Environment Agency will next week start work on a project to restore an inter-tidal habitat on land alongside a South Devon estuary.