Category: People

Innovation and Tradition in the centre of Totnes

Conker shoes – a Totnesian institution, goes a long way back. 1977 in fact. Originally a co-operative of several people and inevitably having several changes is now owned by Simon Gwilt and Yvette Worrall. Passing through the immaculate showroom takes you into a thoroughly functional factory space where the handcrafted work gets done. Simon explains…

The Totnes Holistic Bus Service

As you would expect in a land of crystals, generic healing and wooden mushrooms, Totnes’ very own Bob the Bus is considerably more than two yellow mini buses chuntering around town. Totnes Pulse decided to find out more and during October, we will be highlighting this truly innovative service. We sought out the coordinator, Lyn…

Soundart Radio – Everybody’s Welcome

A Saturday morning kids show made and presented by young people themselves without adults telling them what to do … free-flowing chats on literary, philosophical or any number of themes … a hugely varied range of music … to whatever YOU want to come along and contribute – a small taste of the varied, community-created…

Acting up.

Josephine Larsen has been ruffling feathers… LONG READ: 15-20mns …and she appears to be delighted to be opening out debate. On a new website she has been penning a regular blog and recently wrote positively about Tommy Robinson who was released on appeal from a prison sentence for contempt of court for filming defendants at…

‘Art Without Borders’ – Fiona Green

Fiona Green has recently exhibited her work in Kingsbridge and Dartington Arts Lab, under the name ‘Art Without Borders’. The purpose of the exhibition has been to help raise funds for the refugee charity Integr8, featured in another 2016 article here. Some originals and all prints are still available, see below. She shared some thoughts,…