Week in pictures from around East Devon by our readers

PUBLISHED: 12:00 10 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:26 14 December 2017

A week in pictures from our readers.

A week in pictures from our readers.

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Catch our weekly round-up of readers’ pictures.

She was swimming in the estuary at Budleigh with a stick in her mouth and I substituted a Christmas cracker! Picture: Barbara Mellor She was swimming in the estuary at Budleigh with a stick in her mouth and I substituted a Christmas cracker! Picture: Barbara Mellor

Don’t miss our gallery of photos sent in this week by our readers through our image-sharing website - iwitness24.

Each week we put together a gallery of readers’ photo for you to enjoy. Catch the latest here.

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 latest photo challenge is ‘Christmas Lights’ and you can send in your entries by joining iwitness24 and uploading them to the East Devon Photo Challenge group.

This was the moon phase, taken at 10:35pm GMT, on Sunday 3rd December 2017, when I went outside to see the moon last night. Picture: Luke Eveleigh This was the moon phase, taken at 10:35pm GMT, on Sunday 3rd December 2017, when I went outside to see the moon last night. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Photograph of my spaniel, which I used for my Christmas card some years ago. Picture: Barbara Mellor Photograph of my spaniel, which I used for my Christmas card some years ago. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Nice view in Newton Popleford. Picture: Malgorzata Bucko Nice view in Newton Popleford. Picture: Malgorzata Bucko

My three legged rescue cat Sheldon getting in the festive spirit with his gingerbread friend. Picture: Rosie Martin My three legged rescue cat Sheldon getting in the festive spirit with his gingerbread friend. Picture: Rosie Martin

Beautiful Newton Popleford. Picture: Malgorzata Bucko Beautiful Newton Popleford. Picture: Malgorzata Bucko

Craning boats out for the winter at Exmouth Marina. Picture: Ian McLauchlin Craning boats out for the winter at Exmouth Marina. Picture: Ian McLauchlin

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East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire says the integration of social and health care is needed to save the NHS.

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Haldon House Surgery staff, doctors and nurses last year took part in a host of activities and challenges, raising funds for Cancer Awareness, Children in Need, Jeans for Genes, Save the Children, Age Concern and charities local to Exmouth, including donating £224 to Exmouth Open Door Centre, plus a collection by staff of items suitable for Exmouth Community Larder.

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Exmouth was ranked third in a Devon-wide league table for Tesco stores donating the most meals to those in need through a surplus food redistribution scheme, Community Food Connection. Exmouth’s contribution was 37,516 meals.

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Police, Exmouth and Beer coastguards and Exmouth RNLI were all called out after concerns were raised for a person’s welfare at Orcombe Point, Exmouth, on Monday, January 22.

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Seasonal lifeguards for The RNLI are needed for Exmouth and Sandy Bay beaches. The sea safety charity is currently recruiting to spend the summer working on some of the South West’s most popular beaches, as applications open for 2018’s beach lifeguards and face-to-face fundraisers.

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Exmouth Men’s Shed open day marks the start of the project expanding to offer arts-based activities in addition to the wood workshop.

Peter Chalkley, Men’s Shed project leader said: “The open day is open to all men to come and see the shed in action and to try a range of different activities.”

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An ‘invaluable’ hospital volunteer – who lives in Budleigh Salterton – has been honoured with a long service medal.

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Exmouth’s Urban Earth, in Pankhurt Close, Littleham, last week attended the Bradstone Assured Awards 2018, held in Manchester, and won the overall title of installer of the year, plus the award for best patio transformation using traditional products and also the best patio transformation using 2017 products.

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Plans to turn Budleigh Salterton’s disused sorting office into a pub have been turned down.

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Sunday, January 21, 2018

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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