ITV viewer Marloes Denee-McNeil from Saltash took these spectacular pictures of the British Fireworks Championships on Plymouth Hoe
15,000 fans packed into the Somersault festival in Devon last night for headline act Jack Johnson.
Controversial artist Damien Hirst is reported to have signed up Rolling Stone Keith Richards' ghost-writer to work on his autobiography.
Some of the world's most beautiful sailing vessels are gathered in Falmouth tonight for the Tall Ships Regatta.
More than 200,000 people are expected to visit over the next four days, bringing a £12 million boost to the local economy. It's the first time since 2008 that the event's come to Cornwall.
A hospice in Somerset has raised a record £150,000 from its sell-out Rod Stewart concert in June. 18,000 people came to the event at Taunton's County Cricket Ground in aid of St Margaret's Hospice.
The Red Arrows wowed the crowds at the Weymouth Carnival today. See them in all their glory here.
A singer from Somerset has released a song to try to attract people back to the county following last winter's floods. Sarah Randle's 'Land of the Summer People' shows off some of Somerset's most beautiful spots. It follows complaints from businesses that people outside the county believe Somerset is still damaged by the floods and not worth visiting.
The RAF Red Arrows have been performing at the Minehead Festival in Somerset this afternoon. The town is packed with people watching air displays over the seafront.
The British Fireworks Championships in Plymouth got underway last night. Now in their 19th year, tens of thousands of people gathered on the Hoe to see four tonnes of fireworks light up Plymouth Sound. Six of the UK's top pyrotechnics companies will be vying to see who's best over two nights of competition.
Final preparations are taking place ahead of the annual British Fireworks Championships in Plymouth tonight.
Now in it's 19th year, it will take place over two days where thousands of people to see more than four tonnes of fireworks light up the city sky and Plymouth Sound.
Westcountry comedian Dawn French has been bringing laughter to audiences across the country over the last couple of months with her first ever one-woman stage show.
But while she's left people rolling in the aisles poor Dawn has been in agony. At her home in Cornwall she revealed she's been battling through the pain of three cracked ribs.