The shire horses Rocky and Duke were making the people of Tavistock smile this afternoon as they were heard clip clopping steadily around the town towards Bedford Square, pulling a cart containing the produce from their owner’s business Wild Hart Venison. Mark and Victoria Heyes harvest the venison themselves as part of a unique conservation … More Making heads turn! An original lockdown response from one Dartmoor business
How the Coronavirus cut short my gap year working at a ski resort in Canada. By Jude White The sun is shining. The beers are flowing. The snow is glistening… is what should be happening in Whistler right now. Instead the tumbleweeds float down Whistler high street and bears roam the golf courses. Not the … More Whistler Wasteland and Antiseptic Aeroplanes
By Joe Jordan My time in India was cut short by the coronavirus, but I was lucky to leave before it was too late. On arriving in India in late January, I spent a few hectic days in Delhi before meandering around Rajasthan, India’s culturally rich north-eastern state. Each place I visited, I was stunned … More Just Hours to Spare: escaping a forty-day lockdown in India
A short documentary on Roy Davey one of the few electric organ specialists in the South West. Roy talks about his love of repairing organs and how is trade is dying.
A short documentary following Adam Cox a fireman at the Bodmin and Wenford steam railway in Cornwall. The Flying Scotsman The iconic 1923 steam train arriving into Penzance on 6th October 2018.
Flight from Italy: my coronavirus experience By Joseph Dax When I moved to Naples in January this year in order to start a new job as an English language teacher, I had no inkling of the dramatic events that would soon engulf my new home, and later all of Europe. In early February, after a month working … More Escape from Italy
This is a short documentary about the Falmouth Society of Railway modellers, taking a closer look at the community they have and how it goes beyond the model railways.
Watch the interview below to hear Mo’s story.
Article and photos by Ana-Maria Molnar What the last few years have seen is a scale of protesting unprecedented before. Both the rise of climate change awareness and constant flow of new scientific reports supporting the claim that human actions are driving the earth towards an absolute environmental catastrophe, and the highly polarized global political … More What does protesting achieve?
All photo by Ashley Marment The FXU Orchestra accompanied Viva Voce and Chorus preformed at the All Saints Church last night.