Newton Abbot Art Group is set to stage its Summer Art Exhibition at Newton’s Place July 23 – 31. More than 20 artists are taking over the first floor community space of the renovated building in Wolborough Street for a free eight-day display showing paintings, wood carvings and ceramics.  Continue Reading

A local company has been awarded a licence to establish a new DAB digital radio transmitter network for Exeter. ExeDAB, set up by Devon’s commercial station Radio Exe in conjunction with Exeter’s community radio station Phonic and Torbay’s community station Riviera FM, faced competition from a company based in GreaterContinue Reading

Dashing Rat, disappointingly without a win after six attempts, for various reasons, still rates nigh on a ‘cert’ for the Novice Stakes over seven furlongs of ‘good to firm’ Yarmouth today; imagine this 84-rated Adaay colt running in my colours and where he would be today! Talk about being ‘inContinue Reading

Exmouth RNLI have recently updated their Lifeboat Station Visits criteria to advise schools that they can now book guided visits to the station and are looking for volunteers to fill a number of Visits Guides vacancies. With a gradual return to normal life Exmouth Lifeboat Station is keen to adviseContinue Reading

●        Experts from the University of Cambridge’s Autism Research Centre to lead speaker line up at public event in Watergate Bay ●        Three-day programme leading up to World Mental Health Day on 10th October includes inspiring discussions, workshops, and outdoor activities ●        General public invited to join – tickets available Newquay, 21ST July 2021: The UK’s leading surfContinue Reading

I am not a royalist, but I am curious. On a 3-day visit to the West Country (Devon and Cornwall) why do the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall wish to go to the Burton Art Gallery in Bideford, North Devon? It is a tiny building on theContinue Reading

Waltzing Queen is expected to lead six rivals a merry dance in the Median Auction Maiden Stakes over a mile of ‘firm’ Bath today, when the only English race-track without a watering system stages a seven-race programme which, though difficult with four handicaps, offers this gilt-edged opportunity for beleaguered punters,Continue Reading

Judgment reserved A High Court judge has reserved judgement on whether over 1100 disputed documents seized from the FAI can be used as part of an-ongoing criminal investigation into the association. The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) and former FAI chief executive John Delaney are in disputeContinue Reading