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Hearing the voice of the wild

A seven-year spell living in Ghana helped expand Hannah Bourne Taylor’s already deep affection for nature. She talked to Fergus Byrne about the profound...

Can Dorset become Britain’s first Sustainable Palm Oil county

An initiative to convince Dorset organisations to support the use of sustainable palm oil is gaining traction. Fergus Byrne has been talking to members...

Signs of the Past

Back in the 1930s there was not much “razzle-dazzle” in our shop signs. Instead, static painted signs were used and these were often very...

June in the Garden

Last month I was already mentioning that the spring had been unusually dry and bright, up to that point, and May started off in...

Vegetables in June

I tend to like June as a vegetable grower. The pressure of Spring has subsided somewhat, most of the garden has been planted up...

Young Lit Fix May 22

All That’s Left In The WorldErik J. BrownCover art by Luke MartinRecommended for Ages12+RRP £7.99Reviewed by Nicky Mathewson Andrew is walking through the woods, on...

Screen Time April 22

Once upon a time I used to help programme the wonderful From Page to Screen Film Festival. Now I can savour all the treats...

The best from West Dorset, South Somerset and East Devon

The Marshwood Vale magazine is the most popular free community magazine throughout West Dorset, South Somerset and East Devon. It is read by more than 50,000 people per month. Locally owned and operated, it represents all that is unique about the wider local community.

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