Cake cut in Honiton to mark 10th anniversary of Jurassic Coast

Well, it is on the doorstep...

It is ranked alongside the likes of the Grand Canyon and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef - and it is on Honiton’s doorstep.

In the 10 years since the Jurassic Coast was designated a World Heritage Site, the benefits have been huge.

More visitors have been attracted to East Devon as a result - and the 10th anniversary of the designation has been marked at Allhallows Museum.

Councillor Vernon Whitlock and museum volunteers cut a special birthday cake to celebrate the milestone.