Life-saving activity?

Life-saving activity?

Les Bright of the Exeter Ramblers has written this week’s blog, telling us how walking in the local area has kept him and his wife, Jane, going through a tough year. Photo of Jane, walking down College Lane to Ide – will she beat the rain? Life-saving activity?...
Will you tell us your story?

Will you tell us your story?

Anyone else feel like they’ve been in a bit of a slump so far in 2021? I’ll admit, I had what is best described as the Mother Of All Januarys this year. Motivation and positivity were at a low tide. Motivation to plan for the coming year, motivation to move and be...
Small Changes Make a Big Difference

Small Changes Make a Big Difference

I was catching up with a friend recently, one of those zoom cuppa-tea calls that have replaced sinking into a comfy armchair at the local coffee house. He asked how work was, and I realised I hadn’t had the chance to tell him much about it yet. “So your job, it’s...
Silk and Steel

Silk and Steel

I was out walking the other morning, exercising the dog after the school run, and saw in the grass little clumps of dew-laden cobwebs. This wasn’t unusual, it’s one of those things we see underfoot all the time and sort of stop noticing. But this day I was in a...
Sharing our Stories

Sharing our Stories

“Why do we have to go for a walk again, Mummy?” my five-year-old son complained while I was digging out the cupboard under the stairs, in the vain hope that there were some wellies in there that both fit and didn’t let the muddy water in three minutes after getting...