Southleigh Fair had great numbers dispite the threat of rain, with plenty of things to choose from, including grooming a pony to sheep racing.
Hundreds of women pounded the pavements of Exmouth on Saturday for Hospiscare’s Twilight Walk.
More than 90,000 visitors are anticipated to attend the 122nd Devon County Show, which runs until this Saturday.
The Easter bunny was out in force in Exmouth on Sunday, laying a trail of clues and chocolate eggs for families to find.
Work on the clear up at Seaton Junction continues, this time Ian Lancaster has been given access to what was the old milk depot.
Honiton Golf Course entertained some racing pigs on Friday evening, all in aid of a good cause.
Seaton Junction gets a major clean up thanks to Ian and his mum Joan, aged 76.
Photographer Terry Ife spotted these spring lambs frolicking around and pestering their mums’
The Christmas story was told in true tradition by the children at Farway Primary school in the church
This year’s pictures of the youngsters at the Ottery Tar Barrels.
The crowds turned out in Axminster to see this year’s carnival procession.
The Red Arrows put on a fantastic display at Sidmouth to a bumper crowd on Friday evening, the weather was just perfect for such an event.
Children and adults alike enjoyed the opening of the dinosaur safari in the Strand in Exmouth on Sunday.
Voice coach develops children’s singing talents
Great fun was had with Ledley at LED in Honiton today (Wednesday) when the children walked around the field on their
Hundreds of Cranberries joined in the fun on Sunday for the Cranbrook Day festivities at The Education Campus.
Celebrations took place on Sunday at The Bee Hive for The Queen’s 90th birthday.
Scouts from East Devon stepped out in proud patriotic style for a St George’s Day parade through the town on Sunday (April 24).
The event was put on as a thank you to all who applied to be featured on AG Signs’ festive garage door scene, which was created at the end of last year.
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