“For people familiar with my work this series of carvings may come as a surprise for I have made a complete change. They are, without question, a reaction to the pandemic which has affected us all in one way or another. The need to acknowledge the change which settled onContinue Reading

A young doctor from Devon will tackle one of the toughest long distance running challenges in the country next month in memory of his dad. Jack Edwards from Okehampton is taking on the Dartmoor 500 ultra marathon on June 5 to raise money for charity. His target is to runContinue Reading

Exeter Cathedral School Pupil, Sammy, who is in Year 4, represented Devon Tennis at the Under 9 County Cup Regional Group Event in Bath on Saturday 15 May. The team of 5 boys had a busy day and played 22 matches over 5 hours against 4 other counties including 6Continue Reading

Following on from our previous sad announcement of the death of former Exmouth RNLI Lifeboat Coxswain/Mechanic, Tim Mock, and Coronavirus restrictions regarding limited attendance at his funeral : The funeral cortege will be driving along the seafront between the new Lifeboat Station in Queens Drive, Exmouth to the old station,Continue Reading

Exeter Cathedral School pupil, Jonny cycled 150 miles around Devon during his Easter holiday to raise awareness and funds for the neurological charity Parkinson’s UK. Jonny, who is in Year 7 at ECS and a chorister at Exeter Cathedral, got a new bike for his twelfth Birthday in February andContinue Reading

Tim Mock joined as a crew volunteer at Exmouth RNLI in April 1980, at the age of 21. During his life-saving career, Tim experienced an impressive 14 different lifeboat classes and 15 Divisional and Deputy Inspectors. Tim remembered the early days ‘In 1980, I joined as an inshore lifeboat crewContinue Reading

Exmouth RNLI’s newest volunteer Tour Guide, Jay King, ran 25k yesterday to raise important and much needed funds for the lifesaving charity. Yesterday morning, Saturday 3 April 2021 our very own newly recruited RNLI Tour Guide volunteer, Jay King, proved to the world that dinosaurs are capable of running longContinue Reading