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5 Shopping Apps For Fashion Lovers

Many of us already shop online for many everyday goods, and our fashion buys are no exception. The convenience of next day delivery, great discounts and ease of access to a whole host of fashionable goodies are hard to resist.

Fashion lovers spend hours browsing through pages of gorgeous clothing and accessories. Whether it’s on the commute to work, sipping your favourite coffee on the go or sneaking a look during lunch breaks, taking a peek at the latest fashion buys is so easy to do.




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Hubris or Humility?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Mon, 05/15/2017 - 5:06pm

Five years ago the Diocese of Exeter submitted plans to construct six small-scale wind turbines on its land in three different parishes in north Devon. 

These were part of an overall strategy for the Church of England in Devon to reduce its Greenhouse Gas carbon emissions.  In the event the planning applications were withdrawn amidst an ambience of acrimony and unpleasantness.

Post Brexit Easter

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Tue, 04/11/2017 - 6:05pm

We are living at a crossroads when an emphasis on the common wealth or common good is being replaced by an uncertain and dubious individualism.

I have spent the last 35 years of my life and ministry struggling against ‘social evils’ and the forces of reaction. I have collectively engaged in activities promoting greater compassion and equality, peaceful resolution of conflict, justice and togetherness. With others, I have actively campaigned against lack of purpose, homelessness, ecological destruction, xenophobia, social exclusion and so on.

Who do we think we are?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sun, 03/05/2017 - 10:30pm

Probably one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves is‘who we think we really are’. Our self-identity is an issue that runs through human history and is found in the works of poets, artists, theologians and psychologists – to name but a few.

Who we believe we are is of course influenced by people around us – the names they use to describe us, how others relate to us, and the familiar, social, tribal and faith groups we belong to.

6 Cafés you never knew existed in Exeter

Authored by Emma Blackmore
Posted: Thu, 02/09/2017 - 12:01pm

Do you know them all? 

Are we living in an era of darkness or light?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sun, 02/05/2017 - 11:13am

The journalist Jeremy Seabrook once researched how people felt about social change in their life time. ‘Had life generally improved or worsened during their lives’, he asked. His conclusion was that people felt things had got better but people had got worse!

Looking back over history we now talk about the ‘Dark Ages’, ‘Middle Ages’, ‘Reformation’, Time of Enlightenment?  So how will future generations view and label our own era?

Sadly, one candidate could be ‘An Age of Loss’. 

Watch Trends of 2017 for the Perfect Gentlemen

Authored by Dan McCarthy
Posted: Thu, 02/02/2017 - 5:49pm

A watch isn’t just a strap-on device for keeping track of time. For men, it’s a fashion accessory just as much as a woman’s handbag. A suit, after all, just isn’t complete without a matching wristwatch. With this in mind, though, you don’t want to strap on any old Rolex and assume it’s fashionable just because it’s all bling-bling. Here are the trends that men should consider before updating their collection of expensive watches.

1. Bigger Is Not Better

Hoping for a hopeful new dawn

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Wed, 01/04/2017 - 2:37pm

In recent years politicians and decision makers around the world have been drawn to appealing to the human emotions of fear and hatred for their backing and support. It is clear that motivations such as ‘tribalism’ (expressed in prejudicial racism, sexism, nationalism, etc.) and ‘desire’ (culminating in global consumerism) have been woven into political discourse in ways maybe not so generally seen since the 1920s.

Christmas - choices of consumerism or compassion?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sat, 12/10/2016 - 11:07am

Maybe Christmas in today’s world really highlights our personal and social choices and priorities, especially when it comes to human well-being and fulfilment.

Our 24/7 excessively commercial world screams at us without respite through constant images and messages, and especially at this time of the year:

You will find happiness in the (oil-derived) plastic glitter and glitz!

Only buy more, eat more and drink more, and your festive holiday will satisfy your every need!

Re-thinking our Society

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sat, 11/05/2016 - 6:50pm

Maybe it’s because of the Guy Fawkes season, but I sense this time of year is one of compelling challenge and radical change – a chance to talk of reforming the structures we have created; a time (kairos) to believe differently….

Poppy Day: A letter from Devon County Council Chairman

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Mon, 10/31/2016 - 12:16pm

The Royal British Legion Poppy Day is on 13th November.

We all know how much and how many depend on The Royal British Legion and a successful Poppy Day Appeal.  The need for help is still as great as ever and we need to show our support for all members of the Armed Forces, retired members and their families.

Devon has always given generously.  I am confident this year we will all “wear our Poppy with pride” – and with thankfulness.

Councillor Andrew Moulding
Chairman of Devon County Council