Here are Peter Mather’s top 20 sunsets of 2019.
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A colourful walk along the River Barle at Tarr Steps.
Photos by Dale Cherry.
We are delighted that La Petite Bouchée will be joining us again for the Exmoor Food Fest – please have a look what they are saying about themselves:
Welcome to La Petite Bouchée our multi-award winning French Brasserie located in rural heartlands of North Devon. We’re absolutely delighted to be taking part in our third Exmoor Food Festival this year and we’re already planning two fabulous menus to tempt you with from February 1st through to February 28th.
Our name translated literally means “small mouthful” but there is nothing small about La Petite Bouchée our flavours are big and bold and all of our ingredients are sourced within 12 miles of the restaurant or homegrown.
We’ve had a great year scooping our 3rd Gold Award from Taste of The West and also named amongst 10 finalists in the Taste of The West best restaurant category from 400 establishments across the regions. We also retained our LUXE LIFE Best Restaurant DEVON for 2019. You’ll also remember us from Hidden Restaurants with Michel Roux Jnr.
La Petite Bouchée is a unique dining experience, a hidden gem and if you’re looking for a taste of France using the finest Devon produce then we look forward to welcoming you during the festival.
Exmoor Food Festival Deal: £17.50 /£20.00
Available Friday and Saturday evening ( Bookings Only )
19 The Square
Tel: 01884 860 654 / 07738 703450
Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/petiteboucheehy
A delightful autumnal morning – Malmsmead and Robber’s Bridge.
Photos by Nigel Mundy.
“Crawled like a Lizard to get to this one. I think he liked me.”
Photo by Peter Creech.
Photo by Jochen Langbein
The Battle of the Voice . Turn up the sound ! Only a matter of days until red deer rut peaks throughout the UK, followed by fallow and sika rut peak later on in October. Here two red deer stags (Cervus elaphus) roar at each other at beginning of October.
By Jochen Langbein
Brian Castle captured this bolving stag on camera a few days ago.