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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An animal charity that provides treatment for injured and sick pets has moved into a purpose-built hospital on the outskirts of Plymouth. The PDSA raised £2m for the building and says it was essential with more pet owners turning to them because they can't afford vet bills.
Dog owner Pat Eveleigh talks about how important the charity has been for her and Richard Hooker, Director of Veterinary Services at the PDSA says the new building couldn't have come at a more important time.
Two tiny baby chameleons have hatched from eggs at Exmoor Zoo. The three horned Johnston's chameleons are just 3cm long and are thought to be the first of their species to hatch in captivity in the UK.
They are identical miniatures of their parents who were rescued from an illegal shipment which was on its way to the Czech Republic.
They are now being fed gourmet meals of fruit flies and just-hatched crickets. At the moment they're around the size of a 10p piece when curled up but they can grow to 30 cm or more.
You may have seen these youngsters during our weather report last night. The seal pups are being looked after at West Hatch wildlife sanctuary near Taunton because they're simply too little to cope with the cold.
RSPCA staff are making sure they're kept nice and warm to help them survive.
Anti-badger cull campaigners have always claimed the cull was unnecessary and unscientific. David Woodland was with staff at Secret World Animal Sanctuary in Somerset when they heard today's announcement.
A West Country farmer, who's lost two hundred cattle to TB, says he's so fed up with the situation that he's selling up. It comes after news that there's to be a full Commons debate on the badger cull.
The National Farmers' Union has welcomed the debate, even though it's come about as a result of pressure from opponents. But it all comes too late for David Bolt from mid Devon. Bob Cruwys reports.