A Cornwall based charity has been advising Prince Harry on an official visit to Nepal.
Disaster relief organisation Shelterbox was asked to help plan the Royal Tour. Its teams provided aid in many parts of the country following earthquakes in 2015.
Paul Mattin is back home after completing his epic walk from Devon to the Nepalese Embassy.
He raised more than £30,000 pounds for victims of the Nepal earthquake.
Paul Mattin from Devon, who's yomping to London to raise funds for victims of the Nepalese earthquake, has reached Hampshire. He's hoping to arrive at his destination tomorrow afternoon.
Despite heavy rain and driving winds, Paul Mattin is continuing his 'yomp' to London. He's raising funds for the victims of the Nepalese earthquake. Here are the latest pictures.
Former Royal Marine Paul Mattin from Woodbury Salterton in East Devon has set off to raise tens of thousands of pounds for stricken communities in remote mountainous areas of Nepal. He intends to yomp around 35 miles a day top reach the Nepalese embassy by Friday. Since leaving the armed forces the father of three boys has visited the country at least once a year as a tour leader and has many friends there.
He said the earthquake is heartbreaking. He knows that most of his friends have survived but many have lost their homes and are living in fields. He is raising money for the charity, the HIMALAYAN trust and shelterbox. Before setting off this morning the fund had already reached more than £18,000.
Red Cross teams from South Gloucestershire are flying out to Nepal today with aid for the earthquake victims. The kits include tents, water treatment tablets and camp beds.
Packs including tents, water treatment equipment and camp beds were packed up at the Warmley warehouse over the weekend. It's thought to be the last time the west country team is involved in an international emergency before the base is moved to Northamptonshire.
A former Royal Marine from Devon is to walk from his home to London next week to raise money for Nepal charities.
Paul Mattin from Woodbury Salterton near Exeter will trek around 35 miles per day and then sleep under a tarpaulin at night.
He's hoping by experiencing a little of the hardship of the Nepalese then he can raise thousands of pounds.
Concerns are growing for a student from Bath caught up in the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Susannah Ross hasn't contacted her family and friends since she left to go trekking on Friday. Her family has recieved an SOS message saying her group is in desperate need of medical assistance.
Susannah's sister Nina told ITV News: "All we know is that she is stranded with about fifteen other people. They don't have any food or water and some of them are injured - we're not sure who."
Nora Arscott, 77, from Somerset but believed to be living in Devon has made contact with her family after she was listed as missing on the International Committee of the Red Cross website.
Gary Williams, from Plymouth, listed as missing in Nepal is safe and well. The travel tour company he was with have said all of his party are out of harms way.