State Secretary faces a much easier task in a Maiden Stakes over seven furlongs of Chelmsford polytrack tonight than the one this Muhaarar three-year-old encountered first time out six months ago, on a similar surface around Kempton; Richard Hannon’s charge certainly experienced a baptism of fire!A completely unfancied 22/1 shotContinue 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

A Kill the Bill demonstration is happening outside Charles Cross police station – and it’s promised to be peaceful and socially distanced. Organisers have strongly recommended mask-wearing, as well as maintaining social distancing. New Covid rules which came into force on Monday (March 29) meant outdoor gathering for the purposeContinue Reading

The prominent Times Educational Supplement Independent School Awards 2021 recognize and celebrate the most outstanding institutions and those making remarkable contributions in the sector. The Headmaster, James Featherstone said: “We are very proud to have been shortlisted as Prep School of the Year, alongside our fellow finalists. It recognises theContinue Reading

Exmouth RNLI volunteer crew members launched their inshore lifeboat this evening following a number of 999 calls reporting a windsurfer in difficulty on the River Exe. At 6.14pm today Saturday 27 March 2021 Exmouth RNLI inshore lifeboat D-805 George Bearman II was launched having been tasked by H.M. Coastguard toContinue Reading

Exeter Cathedral School is once again celebrating the success of its Year 8 pupils, all of whom have been awarded places to leading senior schools, with 84% of pupils achieving at least one award. Pupils have been offered a range of awards and places including some with double or tripleContinue Reading