Family and friends of a Plymouth-based army captain who tragically died while running the London Marathon, have completed the last three miles of the course in his honour.
Today we return to London to finish the 3.2 miles of the Virgin London Marathon David so tragically could not finish.
It will not doubt be an incredibly emotional day but an important step in moving forward as a family and wider community
David Seath, 31, a veteran of the Afghanistan conflict, suffered a cardiac arrest around 23 miles into this year's event
A memorial fund set up in his name has already raised £103,000 for his chosen charity Help for Heroes.
Family and friends took an important step forward tonight by finishing the 3.2 miles David so tragically could not finish.
Thank you to everyone who joined us in London as well as all those who walked simultaneously across the world.
We move forward, as one
Last night the group finished the last 3.2 miles of the course in his honour.
They said the the experience as "emotional, overwhelming, yet inspirational".
ITV West Country Reporter Seth Conway has sent this report from Sandy park following their victory over Wasps. The 34-23 result means the Chiefs will face Saracens in next weekend's final at Twickenham.
Twitter has been awash with messages from fans following Exeter Chiefs victory over Wasps at Sandy Park.
The 34 - 23 victory sends the Chiefs to their first ever Premiership Final where they will face reigning Champions and newly crowned European Champions Saracens at Twickenham.
FT Exeter Chiefs 34 Wasps 23 We are on our way to Twickenham!
@exeterchiefs running round screaming! French neighbours must think I'm nuts. Great day great tweeting
Exeter Chiefs will play their first ever Premiership Final at Twickenham after a thrilling win over Wasps at Sandy Park.
The Chiefs ran out 34 points to 23 winners in front of a sell out crowd.
Tries from Ian Whitten, Dave Ewers and two penalty tries secured victory for the Chiefs in wet and windy conditions.
The Chiefs will now meet current Premiership Champions and newly crowned European Champions Saracens at Twickenham.
Excitement is building ahead Exeter Chiefs first ever play off semi final. The Chiefs take on Wasps this afternoon after they finished 2nd and 3rd in the Premiership. The winner will take on Saracens or Leicester in the League final at Twickernham next week. Fans are already sending their messages of support on Twitter, including one group of friends who sent their best wishes all the way from sunny Spain...
Come on EXETER CHIEFS,we can't be there but will be cheering you on@ExeterChiefs https://t.co/qfJ8FJeBax
Good luck to @exeterchiefs today. Been a fantastic season and hopefully it concludes next week at the home of rugby
Just arrived @exeterchiefs for the semi against Wasps. Electric atmosphere already even singing on the bus on the way in. Devon expects!
Old Comrades of the Devonshire and Dorset Regimental Association are taking part in a march through Exeter today (Saturday 21st May). The parade, led by the Bugles and Drums of the Devon Army Cadet Force left the Civic Centre on Paris Street at 11:30am, marching past the Guild Hall where a salute was taken by Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Devon and the Lord Mayor of Exeter.
Branch Standards will march behind the cadets, followed by the Old Comrades.
The Regimental Secretary, Lieutenant Colonel Geoff Nicholls, will commemorate the 1000 men of the Devonshire Regiment and the 500 men of the Dorset Regiment who fell at the Battle of the Somme 100 years ago and also read out the names of Old Comrades who passed away this year. The President of the Association, Brigadier Richard Toomey CBE, will present President's Awards to members of the Association in recognition of their service. After the Drum Head Service, the Old Comrades will retire to the Corn Exchange for their annual Reunion.
Hardly the best of weekends. It will be wet on many occasions, especially through tomorrow with rain for the big rugby match at Sandy ParkRead the full story ›
A man has died after being hit by a lorry on the A38 near Plymouth.
It happened at around 11am today, 20 May, forcing both lanes of the northbound carriageway to close. Police say the man - who died at the scene - has yet to be identified.
Police, the fire service, ambulance crews and the air ambulance all attended the scene.
Officers would like to hear from anyone who saw the crash - or saw the man on the A38 beforehand.