A Somerset artist who returned from Afghanistan with a collection of scrap from Camp Bastion will soon be showing of her latest work at a London exhibition.
Anna Redwood spend time with the Seventh armoured battalion, better known as the Desert Rats. She's now turned her scrap in to an iconic sculpture. Hannah Gamlin reports:
On the official opening of the 15th Animate Exeter festival, organiser Suzannah Shaw told us that animation is much more than just cartoons...
A spectacular display of animation was projected on to buildings on Fore Street last night.
The event was part of the 15th Animated Exeter festival, which showcases the best of national and international animation.
Organisers had planned to run the event over two nights, but Friday had to be cancelled because of the bad weather.
Attempts to make the UK's biggest beach drawing will take place in Newquay later.
As part of The Big Draw, a national drawing campaign, the public are invited to help create a tidal drawing, around a mile long, covering Towan, Great Western and Tolcarne beaches.
The event starts at 11am.
Mark Osterfield from the Tate Gallery in St.Ives tells us what a planned expansion of the gallery could involve as plans go on display to the public.
Plans to expand the Tate Gallery in St.Ives have gone on public display. The twelve million pound development will use land next to a row of flats which is being redeveloped. A controversial alternative to use a car park at the back of the gallery has been dropped.
194 schools and colleges across the West Country have been told they've been awarded prestigious art mark awards.
Nearly 200 schools and colleges across the West Country have been told they've been awarded a prestigious art mark awards.
The gongs from the Arts Council are in recognition of work carried out by schools to give their students opportunities in the arts. Cockwood Primary School in Devon is one of the school's which was given gold status by the council.