Issue 134 Spring 2019

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In this issue

From a Dartmoor Hill Farm
Anton Coaker One man and his dog(s)
The Dartmoor Village shop
Peter F. Mason looks back to the 1930s
Cosdon Hill
Photographer Paul Moody celebrates his favourite Dartmoor hill
Swaling
Richard Hibbert examines the pros and cons
The Trendle
Tavistock’s Iron Age settlement Andrew Thompson and John Hudswell
Chris Chapman meets Tich Scott
Whiddon Down Chris Chapman
Moor Flowers
Rivers and streams Suzanne Goodfellow
The mysteries of The Hound of the Baskervilles
Arthur Conan Doyle’s links with Dartmoor Caroline Lodge
On the trail of the Hound
Sue Viccars spends a day with Unique Devon Tours
Dartmoor Bunkhouses
Jean Boulanger
Understanding the Dartmoor Landscape
Cosdon’s ‘ruthless enclosures’ Part 1 Richard Horsham
Nick Baker's Dartmoor Spring
What are we doing to our hedges? Wildlife Sketchbook by John Walters
Dartmoor Discovered
Tavy Cleave Tors Tim Jenkinson
Dartmoor Arts and Music
What's on - Kari McGowan
James Ravilious
A way of life in black and white Robin Ravilious talks about her late husband’s work at Chagword 2019
Walk and Eat
NOT the Two Moors Way Sue Viccars goes ‘off piste’ – and visits Ivybridge’s Watermark
What's in a name?
Chagford and Moretonhampstead Robert Hesketh
Campervans on the moor
Anna Baness and family take to the open road
Moor Pursuits
The Dartmoor Way and Dartmoor Junior Rangers Anna Baness
Stories on the Stones
Throwleigh – John and Elizabeth Aysh Sue Andrew
Moor Food and Drink
Owens Academy of Coffee, Ivybridge Lori M. Reich
Walking on Dartmoor
Middle Brook and East Glaze Brook from Shipley Bridge Deborah Martin
A Dartmoor Photographer
Fi Takács

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