Freedomwheels, Exeter’s well established disabled transport charity recently held a ceremony to name one of their vehicles after a well-known and popular volunteer driver called Jim Will. Sadly, Exeter resident Jim died after suffering from cancer. He had worked for Freedomwheels for over 30 years. He often drove the mini
One-of-a-kind seabird guide written and illustrated by a seabirder for seabirders Renowned seabird expert, author, artist, and conservationist Peter Harrison, has announced his most ambitious work to date, SEABIRDS: The New Identification Guide. The culmination of a lifetime dedicated to seabirding, SEABIRDS: The New Identification Guide took 15 years to
On wed 14th july, Tesco Community Champion Carrie-ann Bailey will be holding a charity hair cut to raise vital funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) during the charity’s 30th year. To help launch Tesco’s new temporary fundraising partnership with Childrens Hospice South West, Tesco Callington’s community champion Carrie-ann Bailey
Connor Ferguson, who joined Driver Hire Plymouth as an apprentice nine years ago, has been appointed director at the specialist recruitment business. Established for nearly 40 years, Driver Hire provides temporary and permanent drivers and other logistics staff to local and national organisations in both the public and private sector.
Exmouth RNLI have been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club. Exmouth RNLI volunteers were awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club this week with a citation that reads ‘With thanks for your help and support of the local community during the
A Cornish couple have been awarded a Points of Light award by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in recognition of their dedication to keeping Cornwall’s coastline pristine. Through their organisation ‘Clean Ocean Sailing’, Steve Green and Monika Hertlová host eco-sailing expeditions around Cornwall and beyond, raising awareness of pollution in our oceans and
Three young professionals from Mid Devon (Bovey Tracey, Liverton and Totnes) completed a marathon 26 mile trek across London in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society on Saturday 5th June. Taking in all the capital’s iconic sights including Big Ben, Trafalgar Square and Smithfield market along the way, the Westcountry trio