Week in pictures: Your photos from around East Devon

PUBLISHED: 15:00 07 July 2018

A week in photos from our readers.

A week in photos from our readers.

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Take a peek at the photos from last week sent in by our readers through iwitness24.

Walk from Peak Hill Sidmouth to Ladram Bay. Picture: Christine ScottWalk from Peak Hill Sidmouth to Ladram Bay. Picture: Christine Scott

Each week we put together a gallery of readers’ pictures sent to us through our photo-sharing website iwitness24.

Take a look at the past week’s photos and if you would like to get involved and start seeing your pictures in print/online then join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

PHOTO CHALLENGE: Each week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and our next challenge theme is ‘Summer Flowers’. We are looking for your best floral shots, taken anywhere from in and around East Devon. To enter go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your images to the East Devon ‘Photo Challenge’ group and we’ll include them in an online gallery and possibly in print too. Deadline for entries is Friday, July 13.

Clean Street Exmouth was launched at the beginning of the year on a trial basis. The aim is to mobilise neighbours to jointly keep their street free of litter and to take a pride in their street. Anyone can 'adopt' their street: they are then given postcards to give or deliver to neighbours inviting them to join in. This brings neighbours together and it has been shown that people feel safer on litter-free streets and anti social behaviour is reduced. To date 15 streets have been adopted. Picture: Roger GibsonClean Street Exmouth was launched at the beginning of the year on a trial basis. The aim is to mobilise neighbours to jointly keep their street free of litter and to take a pride in their street. Anyone can 'adopt' their street: they are then given postcards to give or deliver to neighbours inviting them to join in. This brings neighbours together and it has been shown that people feel safer on litter-free streets and anti social behaviour is reduced. To date 15 streets have been adopted. Picture: Roger Gibson

Walk from Peak Hill Sidmouth to Ladram Bay. Picture: Christine ScottWalk from Peak Hill Sidmouth to Ladram Bay. Picture: Christine Scott

Visiting cat has a suitor. No - I am too young to start a family! Picture: Alison CameronVisiting cat has a suitor. No - I am too young to start a family! Picture: Alison Cameron

A shot of Orcombe Point from above during the #HeatWave2018. Picture: Hieth GeorgeA shot of Orcombe Point from above during the #HeatWave2018. Picture: Hieth George

Captured these at Seaton Wetlands on Sat.30th June 2018. Picture: Darren KerleCaptured these at Seaton Wetlands on Sat.30th June 2018. Picture: Darren Kerle

Captured these at Seaton Wetlands on Sat.30th June 2018. Picture: Darren KerleCaptured these at Seaton Wetlands on Sat.30th June 2018. Picture: Darren Kerle

After a very hot day, this welcome cloud bubbled up in front of the setting sun. Picture: Gill BarrettAfter a very hot day, this welcome cloud bubbled up in front of the setting sun. Picture: Gill Barrett

Captured these at Seaton Wetlands on Sat.30th June 2018. Picture: Darren KerleCaptured these at Seaton Wetlands on Sat.30th June 2018. Picture: Darren Kerle

More stormy seas at Budleigh. Picture: Barbara MellorMore stormy seas at Budleigh. Picture: Barbara Mellor

The storm churned up the sand and turned the sea red at Budleigh. Picture: Barbara MellorThe storm churned up the sand and turned the sea red at Budleigh. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Stormy sea at Budleigh Salterton. Picture: Barbara MellorStormy sea at Budleigh Salterton. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Rough seas around Otter Head. Picture: Barbara MellorRough seas around Otter Head. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Flooded estuary after the storm. Picture: Barbara MellorFlooded estuary after the storm. Picture: Barbara Mellor

After an exceptionally high tide, the pebbles were washed up on to the beach path and even right in to Lime Kiln car park at Budleigh. Picture: Barbara MellorAfter an exceptionally high tide, the pebbles were washed up on to the beach path and even right in to Lime Kiln car park at Budleigh. Picture: Barbara Mellor

It was on the evening of Friday 29th June 2018, when the sun was still out and people were still on the beach, and going into the sea. Picture: Luke EveleighIt was on the evening of Friday 29th June 2018, when the sun was still out and people were still on the beach, and going into the sea. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

A morning on the Marina. Picture: John JohnstonA morning on the Marina. Picture: John Johnston

Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue - One of their boats spotted in Exmouth Marina Friday 29 June 2018. Picture: Ian McLauchlinNorwegian Society for Sea Rescue - One of their boats spotted in Exmouth Marina Friday 29 June 2018. Picture: Ian McLauchlin

A sunny and cloudy evening with light rain on Tuesday 3rd July 2018, whilst most people were in to watch A sunny and cloudy evening with light rain on Tuesday 3rd July 2018, whilst most people were in to watch "England" play in the "World Cup 2018" on television screens indoors. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Some brilliant sunsets during the recent hot weather at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Picture: James LuckockSome brilliant sunsets during the recent hot weather at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Picture: James Luckock

Some brilliant sunsets during the recent hot weather at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Picture: James LuckockSome brilliant sunsets during the recent hot weather at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Picture: James Luckock

Some brilliant sunsets during the recent hot weather at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Picture: James LuckockSome brilliant sunsets during the recent hot weather at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Picture: James Luckock

A trip to Sennen Cove, Cornwall - some great weather. Picture: James LuckockA trip to Sennen Cove, Cornwall - some great weather. Picture: James Luckock

A trip to Sennen Cove, Cornwall - some great weather. Picture: James LuckockA trip to Sennen Cove, Cornwall - some great weather. Picture: James Luckock

A trip to Sennen Cove, Cornwall - some great weather. Picture: James LuckockA trip to Sennen Cove, Cornwall - some great weather. Picture: James Luckock

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