A new code of conduct for Woodbury Common dog walkers has been introduced; the rules call for responsible dog walking, including picking up after pets, plus respecting for other visitors, animals and wildlife.
Rebecca Lambert, from Woodbury, has launched a new clothing line - but before customers are allowed to wear the garments they must promise to be a good person and treat others with kindness and respect.
College lecturer Martin Gilbert, from Exmouth, has been praised for being an inspiration to his pupils by a judging panel at Oxford University. He was nominated for an inspirational teacher award by his former pupil, Will Bentley, now a student at Oxford University.
Snow tried to stop play at the Devon County finals this past weekend, but Madeira lady players beat the weather to travel to the South Hams to compete for the County Championships, writes Jenny Charles.
The Budleigh Evening League, sponsored by Coast Wealth Management, has been a tight affair for the top teams over recent weeks, but no one would have predicted that there would be a tie for top position, writes David Roberts.
After several weeks of wet and snowy conditions, point-to-point racing looks to be back on track with this Sunday’s (March 25) meeting being the Lamerton hosted one held at Kilworthy, near Brentor, Tavistock, writes Donna Harris.
Harry Williams served up an outstanding individual performance as Brixington Blues Under-12s powered their way to a 5-1 win over Sidmouth Warriors in an Exeter and District Youth League match played on a bitterly cold and snowy morning, away at the Sid Vale Scout Centre.
“It’s counter-intuitive for a vicar to walk into a church and see lots of people,” remarked the Rev Richard Coles, taking his seat in a packed St Peter’s Church for an evening of conversation with Annie Ashworth, artistic director of Budleigh Literary Festival.