Go Wild welcomes Joanna Stallard

It is a pleasure to welcome University of Exeter undergraduate, Joanna Stallard, to join me at Go Wild Communications. With a hunger in her belly to make a positive difference to the world, Joanna has an interest in politics and the acumen to roll up her sleeves and challenge social norms. Joanna will assist me…

Digital marketing and how to launch a campaign

This workshop was delivered at the University of Exeter for their Grand Challenges Week. In their words, Grand Challenges is a project week, in which you will work in interdisciplinary groups with other like-minded students to design innovative solutions to real world challenges. Top academics and invited speakers will share their views and help you…

Salcombe Harbour Hotel: The Pearl in the Bay

thalassotherapy  (ˌθæləsəʊˈθɛrəpɪ) n (Medicine) the use of sea water and marine products as a therapeutic treatment There’s nothing like a hearty whack of coastal adventures to cure ails you didn’t know you had. I’m no doctor, but surely lungfulls of salty air and the ebb of the tides should be available on prescription to lull weary bodies and restore cells back to health. When you need the…

The Magical Faraway Tree at Deer Park

If you want to hide away from the world, treat your partner and sip a G&T or three, look no further than Deer Park Country House’s magical thatched treehouse. Words by Harry Wild, photography by Nick Hook. I have longed to spend the night in a treehouse ever since Enid Blyton captured my imagination with The…

Devon’s Food and Drink Scene

It took a man from East Budleigh to introduce potatoes to Europe. He didn’t realise it at that point, but he was sowing the seed for what would one day become one of Devon’s finest dishes: fish and chips, seasoned by the salty, sea-kissed shore. As a patchwork of fields sandwiched between two coasts, fishing…

Welcome to Devon – a region of extraordinarily diverse beauty

A country defined by rolling hills edged with criss-crossed hedgerows, lush woodlands, rugged granite tors, stark moorland and babbling brooks, held together by 205 miles of dramatic coastline; salty shores indented with 77 beaches, seaside resorts, fishing towns and busy ports. Devon is easily accessed through rail, flight and more mileage of road than any…

Devon’s Ultimate Food Destination: Topsham

As the train chugs down the River Exe estuary, you can watch the scenery evolve from city to countryside to coast. You’ll emerge shortly at busy, enchanting, unapologetic, fanciful, fun, charming Topsham. Visit Topsham when you want to spruce up your home (your eyes will pop in Lark). Visit when you have time to kill and explore every…

Devon’s Good Game Set to Expand After Securing £80k Investment Deal

Award-winning charcuterie company, Good Game, has been awarded £40k of EU funding, matched by a further £40k investment of their own as part of a growth strategy. To support the company’s ambition to increase production by 300%, the Topsham based manufacturer has completed its custom-built premises at Darts Business Park. Compared to their previous warehouse…