Three of Devon's naval cadets have found themselves in the middle of a massive humanitarian and disaster relief effort in the Philippines
Thousands are expected to turn out for Dartmouth’s 190th Royal Regatta this week.
Young officers provide close escort for Queen’s Pageant next month
An injured serviceman from Dartmouth will begin the world's toughest rowing race this morning. Cayle Royce lost his legs in Afghanistan. He and his team are on the Canary Islands making last minute preparations.
It's a 3000 mile race across the ocean to Antigua. The crew are raising money for Help the Heroes.
The Dartmouth Food Festival begins today. The weekend event is now in its 12th year, and brings local and nationally recognised chefs to the area.
As well as a celebration of Devon cuisine, visitors will be able to take part in wine tasting and enter competions with their own recipes.
A soldier from Dartmouth who was severely injured in Afghanistan plans to compete in one of the world's toughest rowing races. Cayle Rogers lost both his legs and broke his neck in an explosion last year.
He will be competing with a fellow injured serviceman in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge.
A soldier from Dartmouth who was severely injured in Afghanistan plans to compete in one of the world's toughest rowing races.
Cayle Royce lost both of his legs and broke his neck in an IED explosion last year. He'll be competing with a fellow injured serviceman in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge.
Our reporter Bob Cruwys has spent the day at Dartmouth Royal Regatta, looking at all the organisation behind such a popular event, with so many boats, competitors and tourists involved.
He took a few photos along the way:
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Today marked the start of the annual Dartmouth Royal Regatta. The first event took place in 1822 and over the years it's become much more than yachting and boating, as Bob Cruwys reports.
The first event took place nearly 200 years ago.
Since then it has become much more than yachting and boating:
A display by a Royal Navy Merlin helicopter was one of the highlights at the Britannia College open day in Dartmouth.
Training for the Navy has taken place on the River Dart for 150 years. The college, which occupies a wonderful prominent position overlooking the estuary, was built at the start of the last century and offers training for Navy recruits from all over the world as well our forces.
It's future was assured following the last defence spending review.
It's most famous for being the place where The Queen and Prince Philip first met.