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Reconnect is a green living magazine, distributed free across South Devon.Reconnect is full of news and articles about local food, sustainable energy, holistic health, local arts and crafts, ethical tourism and community events, all supported entirely by advertising local green business and natural health practitioners. 

 Feb – Mar 2015 Issue 35

  • HALL TOGETHER 5
    Big gigs, small venues
  • BADGER ADVICE 6
    Group offers support
  • GOING OUT 9
    Our unique event guide
  • SUNNY AND SHARE 12
    PV on city Life Centre
  • FESTIVAAAAAAAAL! 13
    Guide to 2015’s finest
  • SUGAR-FREE BLISS 16
    Cooking without
  • MARKET FORCES 17
    The case for real food
  • HOME MADE 18
    Home is where the art is
  • GARDENING 19
    Joa’s a busy sow and sow
  • TODAY’S LESSON 20
    Jon goes back to school
  • GREEN FINANCE 21
    Barchester chronicles
  • HORSE POWER 22
    Heavy Hillyfield hauling
  • WELLBEING 23
    Holistic health update
  • AND FINALLY… 38
    He should get out more

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Reconnect is published on alternate months by a small, independent, ethical company in South Devon, and covers every aspect of sustainable local living, from local produce and renewable energy, to Transition groups and a local events diary.

To contribute to the editorial, email the editor.

Read Reconnect for news and features about:

  • Local food: seasonal, organic, Fairtrade, allotments, farmer’s markets, small scale producers, garden shares, box schemes & independent shops, restaurants and cafes.
  • Local transport & energy: renewable, sustainable, ethical, car share, cycling, community transport, walking.
  • Health & well-being: complementary therapies, personal development, holistic health, keeping fit.
  • ‘What’s on’ diary: arts, crafts, music, dance, workshops, community festivals and events.

And lots more…!

You can pick up your copy of Reconnect magazine free from a range of outlets throughout Exeter, Plymouth and Southwest Devon, including public libraries, wholefood stores, cafes, art galleries, book shops and gift shops.

See our full list of distribution centres – from Saltash to Kingsbridge and Crediton to Ashburton.