Tannery: Pictures by Paul Glendell
Jan26

Tannery: Pictures by Paul Glendell

With more than twenty five years as a professional photographer Paul’s photos have appeared in several of the worlds’ leading publications including Time, Nature and Life magazines. In the UK he undertakes commissions for charities such as the Woodland Trust and the Westcountry Rivers Trust. Paul photographs and produces audio slideshows for the BBC News website. He also regularly undertakes shoots for the photo agency United National...

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Frank’s motor museum nominated for top award
Jan26

Frank’s motor museum nominated for top award

A motor museum set up only a few years ago has been nominated by one of Britain’s top selling classic car magazines as one of the favourite places to take their classic cars. Practical Classics magazine have published a list of 30 places which include museums, castles and tourist hotspots. Moretonhampstead Motor Museum was started by classic car enthusiast Frank Loft in the old bus garage in the town a few years ago. Danny Hopkins,...

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WE’LL BE BACK: ON 26th JANUARY 2018
Dec29

WE’LL BE BACK: ON 26th JANUARY 2018

This is the 42 edition of The Moorlander, so after producing approxmatly 3,500 stories and features, 2,000 pictures, 150 Arts pages and 200 pages of Sport in eighteen months. I am going to restructure the paper to make more efficient, sharper, streamlining the accounts, advertising and hand over the day to day running of paper to others while I get on with what I do best – getting you, our readers, advertisers and supporters the best...

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THE YEAR
Dec29

THE YEAR

The year started and ended in tragedy in January a 66 year man was killed taking part in a hill climb off road motor event at Clifford Bridge near Drewsteignton after he was thrown from his open topped car and was trapped under the vehicle.  The community of Chagford said a fond farewell to Chagfarm founder Davon Friend, his wicker coffin was carried through the town before a service in the village hall. Davon had died a few days...

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Dartmoor A New Exhibition
Dec29

Dartmoor A New Exhibition

A new exhibition ‘Dartmoor a Wild and Wondrous Region’ a portrait of Dartmoor Art, 1750 – 1920 has just opened at Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter, and runs until 1st April. The exhibition is the largest of its kind for a generation and includes painting, watercolours, photographs and postcards from institutions and collection from across the land. The Wild and Wondrous exhibition in the footsteps of the Victorian is one of the...

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