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.
The 21st Mid Devon Show is taking place at Post Hill near Tiverton today. The one-day event will feature traditional agricultural competitions, as well as rural crafts, a classic car display and music and jazz pavilion.
Cornish-born actor, John Nettles - famous for his roles in Bergerac and ITV's Midsomer Murders has taken on a new role - that of honorary patron of the Mare and Foal Sanctuary in Littlehempston near Totnes.
ITV News West Country presenter Kylie Pentelow caught up with the star, who recently moved to Devon, at the Sanctuary earlier today.
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A new dinosaur exhibition opens at the Eden Project today. Set again the backdrop of the biomes, guests can become explorers and discover just how these prehistoric predators once lived. The exhibition will run all Summer until the start of September.
The organisers of the Chagstock Festival have confirmed that this year's fesitval is going ahead as planned despite online rumours that it had been cancelled due to adverse weather.
The festival opens at 2pm tomorrow afternoon.
“We have absolutely no idea where these rumours originated, but we can categorically state that Chagstock Festival is NOT cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. We are set up, ready to go and looking forward to welcoming thousands of people for what is forecast to be a generally sunny festival this weekend.”
Exeter City footballers are preparing to travel to South America on Thursday to recreate the club's most historic match. A century ago they became the first side to play against Brazil's national team.
That game has now been turned into a musical. 'The Day We Played Brazil' opens tomorrow night, and tells the story of the original 1914 fixture and what's happened to the city since then. Seth Conway reports.