It is the 50th anniversary of the Babbacombe model village. The Devon attraction now includes a model of the Shard to bring it up-to-date
A 'lost' painting by the Dutch master Rembrandt has been discovered, hanging on the dining room wall at Buckland Abbey, in Devon.
A totem pole spotted in a Dorset farmhouse has sold for £19,000 at auction in Dorchester. It was being used as a coat stand.
A Cornish village has won its first battle in the war against its cluttered highways. Feock near Truro has nearly 900 road signs, yet has a population of just 3,000 people.
Today work began to take 200 of the signs down, after a campaign by residents.
An attempt to create the world's largest handcut jigsaw has been completed in Weymouth - again.
Dave Evans HAD completed the 40,000 piece Diamond Jubilee image in April, only for it to collapse a day later. But it's been put back together, thanks to a band of willing volunteers.
Mr Evans is preparing to take the creation to Sandringham House for an exhibition later this month.
It's the second day of the Devon County Show.
Thousands of people are expected to turn out to sample all that the agricultural world has to offer.
Among today's visitors to the showground at Westpoint will be the Farming Minister.
David Heath is due at a breakfast meeting with farmers and will be taking part in a debate with Young Farmers later on. The event finishes tomorrow.
Port Eliot House in Cornwall is throwing open its doors tomorrow night, giving a rare chance to see the home lit only by glowing fires and soft candlelight.
It's part of the Museums at Night festival which is taking place nationally this weekend.
Lord and Lady St Germans are offering guided, candle-lit tours of their home and grounds.
It needed more than 600 eggs for the mix. It had to be baked in an industrial oven. And a forklift was brought in to assemble the all-important parts. But when it came to the crunch, did it all come together?
Watch this video of the military-style operation involved in putting together a Victoria sponge that, it's hoped, will break records.
A baker from Dorset has made what is thought to be the largest Victoria sponge in the world. The five feet wide cake will go on display at the Royal Bath and West Show later this month as part of their 150th anniversary celebrations. We've been following its progress throughout the day.
A baker from Dorset is in the process of making what is thought to be the biggest Victoria sponge in the world.
The 5 foot wide cake will go on display at the Royal Bath and West Show once completed.
Watch Laura Makin-Isherwood's report from the bakery in Somerset:
A bakery in Minehead is hoping to bake the world's biggest sponge cake today.
The five feet wide giant is part of plans by the Royal Bath and West Show to celebrate its 150th anniversary later this month.
It's quite an operation - it needs more than 500 eggs and will have to be assembled in sections.
Every week for half a century Keith Fursdon has made it his mission to make sure Torquay's iconic clock tower is showing the correct time. Now Torbay Council has presented him with a certificate in recognition of his work.
The Devonport Column will be ready to climb this weekend.
The column is almost 200 years old and has a 140 steps. It has been closed to the public since 1992.
The Grade 1 listed building celebrates the town becoming seperate in its own right.