The ‘Drop Me A Line’ exhibition, created by Michael Fairfax, landed at the gallery last month.
Students joined artist Michael Fairfax to create sound instruments from cherry wood.
Devon Freewheeler volunteer Pete Lowres, 46, knows every penny that drops into the charity’s collection pots is vital to continue its lifeline work.
Craig Boyde will be cycling from Watchet in Somerset to West Bay in Dorset on Sunday, May 17.
A team from Honiton Round Table and other volunteers gave their time to help plant the garden at Hospiscare’s new day hospice in Honiton.
Devon Freewheelers operates daily ‘hand-to-mouth’, never knowing where its next penny will come from.
An offer is in place to brighten up the town with new Christmas lights this year.
Five candidates for Tiverton and Honiton have been answering questions at various hustings events.
David Cameron is launching the Conservatives’ first English manifesto, with a promise of changes to ensure that English MPs have the final say on income tax rates in England.
Ofsted inspectors rate it ‘good with oustanding features’
Axminster hair and beauty salon gets a wash and dry
Anne Barratt has been Dunkeswell Youth Club’s chairman since it formed 12 years ago.
Night worker Lisa Williamson may have fallen asleep at the wheel, an inquest is told
Devon Freewheelers’ founder Daniel Lavery’s life changed forever in 2005 when his wife, Shelley collapsed while pregnant with their youngest child.
Maurice ‘Mo’ Ayling joined Devon Freewheelers three years ago as a fundraiser and rider.
Mark Newton has already raised more than £43,000 for a clutch of military charities from his travels.
Police appeal for witnesses
Gill Day, 45, from Honiton, is personal assistant to Devon Freewheeler’s founder Daniel Lavery.
Devon Freewheelers is always keen to recruit new volunteers to promote the charity and raise vital funds.
Devon Freewheelers is a team of 50 volunteer emergency vehicle drivers.
Tim Dallaway, of Fern Lane, was one of 16 riders personally invited to compete in the All Stars Invitation Race at Red Marley Hill Climb.
Uplyme Morris men descend on sleepy Seaton street
The charity is inviting people to join its Cooking for One group and learn to spice up their menus.
Seaton officers will be at the new mobile bank to offer help and advice
Members have been provided by club sponsors Wood Farm Caravan and Camping Park, at Charmouth.
Pond near Colyford is being developed into an important habitat for woodland critters
Morris dancing is one of the most English of pastimes, so it’s only fitting that people attending a St George’s Day festival should have a chance to see it in its full glory.
Environment officers appeal for help to track down source of Axminster river pollution
In all, 41 crimes were reported between Monday, March 9, and Sunday, April 12.
District bosses are warning residents about a council tax refund scam.
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