Week in pictures from East Devon

PUBLISHED: 12:00 19 November 2017

Readers' pictures from across East Devon.

Readers' pictures from across East Devon.

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Have a browse through our gallery of readers’ pictures sent in through iwitness24.

Reflections during sunset in Exmouth. Picture: Pete Johns Reflections during sunset in Exmouth. Picture: Pete Johns

Here’s our weekly round-up of photos from our readers, sent in through our photo-sharing website, iwitness24.

Join in: If you would like to get involved then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

Photo Challenge: Our current photo challenge is ‘Landmarks’. We want to see your photos of well known landmarks located in East Devon, from monuments and statues to hill forts and castles. Simply send us your landmark pictures by uploading them to the East Devon iwitness24 ‘Photo Challenge’ group and we’ll put a gallery of entries together next week.

Reflections during sunset in Exmouth. Picture: Pete Johns Reflections during sunset in Exmouth. Picture: Pete Johns

Spent the morning with my camera at Woodbury Castle taking photographs of the wonderful autumn leaves when I spied these reflections in a very muddy puddle. Picture: Barbara Mellor Spent the morning with my camera at Woodbury Castle taking photographs of the wonderful autumn leaves when I spied these reflections in a very muddy puddle. Picture: Barbara Mellor

A lovely sunset on Budleigh beach. Picture: Pete Johns A lovely sunset on Budleigh beach. Picture: Pete Johns

We were having supper at The Cat and Fiddle and suddenly saw these wonderful fireworks, presumably at Crealy! Picture: Barbara Mellor We were having supper at The Cat and Fiddle and suddenly saw these wonderful fireworks, presumably at Crealy! Picture: Barbara Mellor

We were having supper at The Cat and Fiddle and suddenly saw these wonderful fireworks, presumably at Crealy! Picture: Barbara Mellor We were having supper at The Cat and Fiddle and suddenly saw these wonderful fireworks, presumably at Crealy! Picture: Barbara Mellor

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Darling Rock at Lympstone reflected in the still waters at low tide, originally said to be a sizeable stack,big enough for sheep to graze on. Reputed to be named Darling Rock at Lympstone reflected in the still waters at low tide, originally said to be a sizeable stack,big enough for sheep to graze on. Reputed to be named "Darling Rock" as the fishermens' wives would stand atop it, looking for their "Darlings" to return from sea. Picture: Ian Woolger

Fireworks taken through a telephoto lens. Picture: Pete Johns Fireworks taken through a telephoto lens. Picture: Pete Johns

Spent the morning with my camera at Woodbury Castle taking photographs of the wonderful autumn leaves when I spied these reflections in a very muddy puddle. Picture: Barbara Mellor Spent the morning with my camera at Woodbury Castle taking photographs of the wonderful autumn leaves when I spied these reflections in a very muddy puddle. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Taken from my back garden! Picture: Pete Johns Taken from my back garden! Picture: Pete Johns

I managed to get this sunset over in Exmouth this week. Picture: Rob Hills I managed to get this sunset over in Exmouth this week. Picture: Rob Hills

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert  Chidgey Fireworks at Exmouth Rugby Club. Picture: Robert Chidgey

Fireworks taken through a telephoto lens. Picture: Pete Johns Fireworks taken through a telephoto lens. Picture: Pete Johns

I took this in afternoon sunshine, at the position when the sun was shining through the trees at the Exmouth Strand, on Wednesday 8th November 2017. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I took this in afternoon sunshine, at the position when the sun was shining through the trees at the Exmouth Strand, on Wednesday 8th November 2017. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I spotted a red admiral butterfly this morning, on Wednesday 8th November 2017. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I spotted a red admiral butterfly this morning, on Wednesday 8th November 2017. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I watched the fireworks from the Exmouth Rugby Football Club, on the evening of Sunday 5th November 2017, which was going off from 7:30pm GMT. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I watched the fireworks from the Exmouth Rugby Football Club, on the evening of Sunday 5th November 2017, which was going off from 7:30pm GMT. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I watched the fireworks from the Exmouth Rugby Football Club, on the evening of Sunday 5th November 2017, which was going off from 7:30pm GMT. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I watched the fireworks from the Exmouth Rugby Football Club, on the evening of Sunday 5th November 2017, which was going off from 7:30pm GMT. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I was on my way to Exmouth Station, and at the time, the water was still over the Exe Estuary on the morning of Monday 6th November 2017, on a cold morning. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I was on my way to Exmouth Station, and at the time, the water was still over the Exe Estuary on the morning of Monday 6th November 2017, on a cold morning. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

River Exe sunset. Picture: Lloyd Kirby River Exe sunset. Picture: Lloyd Kirby

Other News Stories

Yesterday, 12:00

Head nurse and practice manager at East Devon’s Raddenstiles Veterinary Surgery is taking on a 15,000 foot skydive, in which she will freefall for around two miles, to help abandoned and unwanted dogs find their new forever homes.

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Yesterday, 06:55

A trio of fundraising events have been announced for this year in the build-up to 2019’s Budleigh Salterton Food and Drink Festival.

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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Don’t miss this week’s gallery of readers’ photos.

Join in at iwitness24.co.uk and send us your East Devon pictures.

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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Curator Neville Evans explained that many botanical gardens were closing and giving away their collections due to funding issues – despite their conservational value. He added that Bicton’s 300 year-old landscape was ‘pretty special’, with ‘plants here that you will never see anywhere else’.

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Friday, January 19, 2018

Guest of honour Conrad Humphreys said: “I very much enjoyed the Exeter College awards evening and celebrating the success of the students.

“As a former student and rugby player at the college - I have very fond memories of my time there before heading off to sail around the world in the 1993/4 Whitbread.”

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Friday, January 19, 2018

Our Devon quiz is back for another round!

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Friday, January 19, 2018

Exmouth Town Council will be temporarily closed from January 29-30 while office equipment and phones are moved to its new home.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Artist Anna Fitzgerald, of Seadog Gallery, in Gussiford Lane, Exmouth, is calling for a bra army of support; she needs 4,000 over-shoulder-boulder-holder donations for the display, which will celebrate the suffragette movement and women winning the right to vote.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

“We are going to find it very hard to balance our books without changing things significantly. We need teachers, but all the other things schools do – all the things that are not our statutory responsibility – we are looking at cutting. We are talking about the life chances of children being damaged,” said Exmouth’s Exeter Road head teacher Paul Gosling.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

There’s good news for Exmouth’s Famous Old Barrel pub, which has been closed since last October.

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