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FatFace team donates £600 to local RNLI volunteers

A dinner held in memory of one of Branscombe’s ‘big characters’ has raised £520 for the British Heart Foundation.

Honiton’s Royal British Legion (RBL) faces closure after more than nine decades of service if volunteers do not come forward to carry on its work.

With NASA set to present new findings on exoplants, we’re asking the people of Devon if they believe there is life out there. Take part in our poll here.

Restoration crews have discovered an ancient peacock drawing on timbers at The Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter

The daughter of ‘Puffing Billy’ driver Percy Bird dies in an Axminster nursing home

Valentine-themed cakes fetch £167 for British Heart Foundation

Presenter says he is a big fan of the West Dorset resort

Adams Apples, of Payhembury, provide the trees for a grassland site in Wilmington

Iwitness24 member, Lena Welch, sent us her shots of the recent snow flurry in Devon.

Seaton Junction gets a major clean up thanks to Ian and his mum Joan, aged 76.

Katie Williams takes first place in our iwitness24 photo competition.

Feniton and Tipton St John Church of England primary schools, both of the Otter Valley Federation have been leading community projects to install life-saving defibrillators in their respective villages.

Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society’s first talk of the season, on Wednesday February 22, in the village hall at 7.30pm, is entitled ‘Four Head Gardeners Explore the Wilds of Chile’.

More than 100 people attended Lyme Regis Rotary Club’s annual Soup and Ploughmans at the Alexandra Hotel.

The next talk for Honiton Probus Club will be by Bryan Short.

Four Colyton Grammar School students performed a musical selection at Elmwood Residential Home in Colyford.

Tesco in Honiton has been working to raise awareness and funds for Devon Freewheelers.

Gardeners to let their hair down in Uplyme

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society will hold a ceilidh at the village hall on Saturday, February 25.

The work of 60 print makers from the South West of England and further afield is currently being shown in Lyme Regis.

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