Special chairs that allow disabled people to use the beach will be back on Polzeath beach today - a year since they were destroyed by vandals.
Sand Chairs or beach access wheelchairs can be used in a range of outdoor environments. The adapted chairs cost thousands of pounds and the charity Disability Cornwall look for sponsors to help purchase them.
When they were destroyed at the Cornish beach last year it meant wheelchair users couldn't access the beach easily for the rest of the summer.
Two chairs will be back in action from today and they will be looked after by Wavehunters surf school.
A Plymouth charity that provides mobility scooters says it needs to raise £8,000 or it could close.
Scoot-a-long helps 1,000 disabled people a year by taking them out on day trips and providing mobility scooters. It says it's the only organisation like it in the South West.
600 children from across Devon with physical and learning disabilities have been competing in their own mini indoor Olympics.
The winter schools games aims to encourage people of all abilities to try out a sport.
The parents of a young man who suffered catastrophic head injuries in a high-speed powerboat accident in Dorset nine years ago have won their long-running legal battle with the Royal Yachting Association to admit fault.
Ben Ridd was 13 years old when he was struck by the bow of a boat during a junior competition in Portland Harbour.
A woman from Devon has captured the moment a blind man's sight was restored, as part of a project in Malawi in Africa.
Rachel Palmer filmed the operation, which was broadcast live on the internet around the world. When the bandage was removed, the man was able to see his 18 month old grandson for the first time.
Watch what happened in the following video, courtesy of Sightsavers.
A woman from Devon has captured the moment a blind man's sight was restored, as part of a project in Malawi in Africa. Rachel Palmer filmed the operation, which was broadcast live on the internet around the world. When the bandage was removed, the man was able to see his 18 month old grandson for the first time.
Disability Rights campaigners will be out in Bodmin today - seeing how wheelchair-friendly the Cornish town is.
The Disability Awareness day will see wheelchair users trying to access facilities around the town.
Now, for many young people finding a job after leaving school or college is a tough proposition. But imagine the additional barriers for those who are disabled.
We've been talking to Tommy Gundry from Liskeard who has made it his mission to tackle those barriers - and make local employers recognise that disabled workers are as good as anyone else.
He enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to make his point.