The Great Britain Junior Surf team are putting in their final preparations ahead of the World Surfing Championships. They have their final training camp this morning in Croyde before they fly off to Ecuador for the competition next month.
A woman rescued from the sea off Croyde has died.
The woman, thought to be in the area with a group from Bristol, had been swept out to sea.
She was found after a two hour search by the coastguard helicopter and lifeboat crews and airlifted to North Devon District Hospital, but attempts to revive her failed.
Police believe she was in North Devon on holiday with her family and was either surfing or swimming when the tragedy happened.
A woman's been airlifted to hospital after a two hour rescue operation in the sea off the North Devon coast.
The woman, who's thought to have been with a party of friends from Bristol, was reported missing as they swam off Baggy Point near Croyde at around 11.30 this morning.
Two lifeboats from nearby Appledore and a rescue helicopter from RMB Chivenor were dispatched to look for her with Croyde Coastguard Rescue.
She was taken to North Devon Hospital in Barnstaple but her condition is unknown.
Teams from North Devon are getting ready with their buckets and spades to battle it out in the UK National Sandcastle Competition. It takes place on Croyde beach from midday. The teams have three hours to come up with their designs, which will be judged by legendary British singer, Elkie Brooks.
There will be plenty of other activities on offer, including a Punch and Judy show and a competition for younger sandcastle builders.
It's all to raise money for the North Devon Hospice, which cares for those affected by a life-threatening illness.
One of the region's largest surfing and music festivals is happening in North Devon this weekend. This year Bastille are headlining and Gabrielle Aplin is also performing at the Goldcoast Oceanfest in Croyde. The surfers will compete for two days, next to the festival and music area.
A family today (Mon) returned to the beach in North Devon where a fun day out nearly turned to tragedy.
Two teenagers were pulled from the sea at Croyde and given life saving treatment. Other members of the same family were treated by paramedics.
Their rescue was one of many over the weekend
One man, who's holidaying on the coast with his family, spoke to us about his rescue...
Huge waves and strong rip currents led to more than 60 people being rescued from the sea in North Devon at the weekend.
Lifeguards gave oxygen to one person on the beach at Croyde, and four members of the same family were taken to North Devon District Hospital.
In total, 46 people were rescued at Croyde, with another 18 at Woolacombe.
This is the moment a boy was rescued from a rip current off Croyde in Devon. Credit: RNLI