A group of lucky lottery winners have proved they are not above a bit of manual labour by volunteering at a stables to help a local charity.Read the full story ›
Fourth in a series of films about the lives of those who work on the sea around North Devon.Read the full story ›
Somerset lottery winners, with a combined fortune of £10 million are pulling on their wellies to visit Conquest Equestrian Centre in Taunton.
As well as helping the volunteers carry out their daily tasks, the winners will be finding out more about the charity and delivering gifts and treats for the volunteers.
Conquest Equestrian Centre is a Somerset charity which offers equine activities for adults and children with a wide range of disabilities.
Lionel Richie is the first star announcement for next year’s Eden Sessions.
The singer-songwriter from Tuskegee Alabama, whose smash hits include Hello, Dancing on the Ceiling and All Night Long, will play at the home of the famous Biomes on Tuesday June 14, 2016, as part of his All The Hits world tour.
This will be Lionel’s first ever headline show in the South West and his first UK show since his legendary performance at Glastonbury.
A piece of metal recovered from the sea near the Isles of Scilly is thought to have come from a rocket that exploded shortly after take offRead the full story ›
While most people in the South West are admiring the Christmas light displays that are popping up in our town and city centres - the residents of two towns aren't being quite so complimentary.
No, in Tiverton and Penzance the displays look like pants - according to locals.
That's not their way of saying they look bad - they literally look like pants.
Teresa Fogarty of Penzance Town Council said:
"We got a lot of comments the first year they went up. It was quite hilarious people saw the funny side of it and it's quite quirky which fits in with Penzance, that's the kind of town we are, nobody's been offended by them not that I've heard, and it just adds to the fun of Christmas which is supposed to be a jolly time anyway."
Tiverton's Christmas lights have been mocked on the internet because they look like giant green pants.
The Christmas lights, which cost £15,000, have given some festive cheer to the town but some are saying they look like a washing line covered in underwear.
Posting on Facebook Janet Johns wrote: 'Ok, if they are not pants.... what are they?" while George Parker wrote on Twitter: "Looking forward to heading home for Xmas to see Tiverton's now infamous pants."
Tiverton Town Council raise funds to pay for the Christmas lights throughout the year.
People in Plymouth have the chance to take a selfie with TV's Gus Honeybun. The legendary mascot is supporting National Archive Week.Read the full story ›
The third in a series of films about those who work on the sea around North Devon. This week: 'Living and Working on Lundy Island'Read the full story ›
A mum's bad day has gone viral after her son posted a clip of her taking a tumble while walking her dogs on Twitter.Read the full story ›