Exmouth Coastwatch is holding its annual open day on Saturday, June 8.
Hear some of the songs from Sister Act in a preview show on the main stage at the Imperial Recreation Ground
Pirates, dinosaurs, a boat trip, a vintage vehicle rally and special wildlife events - plenty of things for the whole family to do over half-term.
The Exmouth Journal has a pair of tickets for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition
Large crowds are expected to descend on Budleigh Salterton over the course of eight days for an annual marathon of charitable events.
Colourful costumes, exciting choreography and plenty of songs to sing along to in this show celebrating classic and modern Disney stories
Thomas Bowes will be performing Bach in Awliscombe Parish Church on Saturday, May 25
The Exmouth Festival has a wide-ranging programme of music and events, over its four days.
Screening could be cancelled if there is not enough interest
Learn to make people laugh, spin plates or balance on a tightrope, at these fun family sessions where you become the entertainer
Remember to recycle your rubbish, respect other festival-goers and donate your spare change to the Festival's running costs
Enjoy sampling food from around the world, relax at a licensed bar, give yourself a colourful festival look, and get some surprise entertainment along the way
There are plenty of bands performing on the main stage at this year's Exmouth Festival.
The picturesque wildflower meadows of Goren Farm will once again play host to a festival with a difference, which is known for its integrity, ethos and promotion of wildlife and environmental projects.
Keen gardeners can have a look around a Smallridge garden and help the National Garden Scheme at the same time.
Exmouth Festival organiser Carla Hiley has enjoyed putting together a programme of entertainment and activities for this year's event
T'Pau and Supreme Queen are the finales to Saturday and Sunday's night's entertainment on the main stage
Take a peek at our picture gallery from day two of the Devon County Show at Westpoint Arena.
Organisers of the annual procession told The Journal they are hopeful the carnival will return this autumn
Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin, also know as the Edgelarks, will be playing in Honiton in June.
Artistic Perspectives: A Show By Hannah Ludnow And Nigel Sharman opens at Marine House at Beer in June.
Concert violinist Thomas Bowes to perform at Shute Church, as part of his Bach Pilgrimage
Talented performers will be taking to the stage in Axminster Musical Theatre's latest production.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Axe Vale Show. Here, Suzanne McFadzean, who is on the organising committee, highlights what visitors can look forward to in June.
Food and drink, shopping, gardening, crafts and children's activities - and hundreds of animals. For a day out with attractions for everyone, head for Westpoint.
Charities are set to benefit when two gardens open in Kilmington.
Exmouth Players present a show created from a series of workshops on Shakespeare's most lovable rogue
Rumour has it that Amy Johnson disappeared over the Thames Estuary on Twelfth Night, 1941.
The audience at Tuckers Jazz Club can enjoy the music of Jeremy Huggett's Band of Gold at the next event.
Lyra, from St Petersburg, in Russia, will be performing at St Michael and All Angels Church, Stockland.
The new owner of the Hook, Line and Drinker in Exmouth is hoping to create a 'youth club' feel for their customers
As always, a variety of live music and plenty of regular favourites at The Bicton Inn
Two top pianists Andrew Millington and David Davies will be performing in Axminster in May.
A rare chance to see Kiefer Sutherland performing his critically-acclaimed music at a live concert at the Exeter Phoenix
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