The performance, put on by Tale Valley Choir and new ensemble ‘Bassoonery’ took place at Payhembury Church.
A Tavistock woman with MS was the latest recipient of a new scooter.
Youngsters are set to swim, run and cycle to raise funds.
Staff are now calling on Tesco shoppers to help make their goal a reality.
Historian Tony Simpson says the scheme has not been updated for several years.
If approved, the homes - two thirds of which will be affordable - will be built on land adjoining Honey Glen, in Offwell.
A new recycling service is being rolled out across East Devon next week from Monday, June 12.
Robin Wootton will speak the Beehive on June 21.
The organisation had been struggling to operate with a dwindling committee member count, prompting several recruitment drives.
Four defibrillator training sessions were took place at Feniton and Tipton St John primary schools.
Diane Janes, who penned Death at Wolf’s Nick, Stick or Twist and Swimming in the Shadows will speak on June 28.
Members of Feniton Baby and Toddler Group have kickstarted the goal which, if reached, will see a room in the village’s youth centre, off Silverton Rise, kitted out with the latest sensory equipment.
Cerys Little, a sixth-former at Honiton Community College, rubbed shoulders with royalty and even an Olympic hero after arriving at Buckingham
The dumped waste, in Roman Road, Kilmington, was spotted by a concerned resident, who branded it ‘disgusting’.
That’s certainly what one dog walker could have uncovered after she stumbled across a huge pawprint in the mud.
His stepping down coincides with the promotion of private client solicitor Martin Justice to Partner in the firm.
Scott Barnett, 16, was walking red labrador Harvey yesterday evening when he was confronted by an unknown assailant, who ‘lunged’ for his beloved pet.
Nathan Hall was cheered on by a host of supporters as he recorded his final mile at a charity’s HQ in Somerset.
Dennis Retter’s death was announced last Friday.
Sheila Dixcee died on March 14 at the age of 83 after a short illness.
The unusual item is thought to have been exhibited at the Glasgow International Exhibition of Science, Art and Industry in 1888.
St Nicholas Church, in Combe Raleigh, will ring louder than ever before when its current ring of bells is doubled.
The Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme has now helped another person in need - a 79-year-old stroke victim who lives in Torquay.
The garden party marked the first year of the gallery’s community ‘Wild Art’ garden
War heroes will be able to gain a sense of freedom and adventure on a new, specially adapted tandem thanks to a Honiton-based military charity.
A farming machinery supplier has left Honiton - its home for the last 75 years - for pastures new.
With 31 Go Ape adventures nationwide, there are plenty of venues to enjoy new challenges.
It was seven years today that Exeter Chiefs finally arrived at English rugby’s top table.
The community enterprise has extended its ‘winter shutdown’ after the amount of recycling ‘credits’ it receives for diverting material away from landfill was reduced.
The defendant also admitted driving with worn tyres.
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