The Olympic Legacy is all about making long term commitment to sport. One college is on the verge of seeing big changes thanks to funding.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people are expected to descend on Tavistock in Devon for its annual goose fair today - it's a tradition dating 800 years.Read the full story ›
Footballers with disabilities will be taking part in the largest football festival in the South West this weekend. The Son Rise Cup is now in its tenth year.
It was started by Allen Lewis to raise money for a special type of treatment for his son, who has autism. More than 100 teams from juniors to senior sides will be competing.
The venues include the all weather pitches at Crowndale, Tavistock College, along with Langsford Park, home of Tavistock AFC.
A view of the partial solar eclipse from Tavistock, Devon.
Castle Primary School in Tiverton had fun watching the spectacle.
Rich Wiltshire took this superb photo of the eclipse in Bridgwater.
These impressive shots were taken in St Ive, Liskeard, by Paddy Long
John Habbishow took this one in Barnstaple.
A woman from Devon has died and a man is seriously ill following an accident at a Gloucestershire dive centre.
Paramedics were called to the National Diving and Activity Centre at Tidenham in the Forest of Dean on Saturday.
The woman, from Tavistock, was treated by paramedics but died later in hospital. A man was been airlifted to a decompression unit in Plymouth.
The Hurst family downsized their house and deferred their eldest son's school entry to embark on an epic drive across the UK and Europe.Read the full story ›
It's Goosey Fayre day in Tavistock today. The event dates back to 1823 and traditionally takes place on the second Wednesday in October.
People heading to the Fayre are being urged not to drive but to use park and ride facilities.
A teacher at Tavistock College who was proven to be drunk - and abusive - on school property has been allowed to keep her job.
52 year old Gillian Brunt admitted she was guilty of unacceptable professional behaviour at a disciplinary hearing.
Council Leader Philip Sanders thanked members of the public for attending yesterday's meeting. He says the council are yet to reach a decision about the fate of the local swimming pool.
I can assure residents that the council does not underestimate the importance of the facility to the local area. The contract for the running of the pool ends in 2016 and there is a borough council and, indeed, a general election next year. These changes are bound to influence the decisions we make. Currently the borough council subsidises Meadowlands to the tune of around £150,000 per year and generally local authority swimming pools do not cover their costs unless they are in an area of high population.
Protestors are expected in Tavistock this morning as the local council considers the fate of the town's swimming pool.
The Meadowlands Pool currently operates at a loss. Some people in Tavistock are afraid the pool may close, although the council says residents will be consulted before any decisions are made.