Launched in 2016, Shute Festival offers a diverse range of activities, writes co-director Samantha Knights.
Sunday Times bestseller Jane Corry selects the pick of this month's reads. Perfect for the beach or a quiet spot in the library…
It began in 1971 as a chance for fans of vintage farm machinery to 'play with their toys', and has developed into a hugely popular annual two-day event.
Michael Jordan is a member of the Fungus Conservation Trust and here writes about its aims and need for volunteers
Arts writer Alison Summerfield meets David and Jane Wimsett, owners of Georgian House Framing and Gallery, in Ottery St Mary, who chose a woodcut by the late Japanese artist Tadashi Nakayama called 'Girl in the Wind'.
Tree Of The Month - a majestic giant - oak tree number 1,200 in Knowle Park.
A look at Devon property with Nigel Bishop, of Recoco.
Fiona Taylor, of Christopher Piper Wines, discusses a new Devon-brewed lager
Tomato salsa salad with capers and mint
There's always something going on at Honiton's newest garden centre.
Sidmouth's summer play festival is now half-way through its season. Season producer Jonny Clines explains why you should catch it while you can.
For those looking for a family outing, they need look no further than what is on offer in East Devon.
Taking a look back in the archives to significant occasions in East Devon.
Cindy Furse, of Light Up Axminster, writes about why she likes the town.
"It's like eating in the Shire", my colleague said as he gazed in awe at the Yellow Deli's bespoke interior.