Plymouth Argyle Fans’ Trust Groundswell campaign aims to get 1,000 more people through the turnstiles for the team’s remaining home games to help ensure the club’s future
Plymouth University is holding a hands-on event for people who are interested in creepy-crawlies. People will be able to handle micro beasts, watch films about bugs, make toy insects, and even eat some of the crazy critters.
D&CFilm has film and movie news from the South West. Here’s just a snippet of what they’ve been up to this year
Devon is famous for its myths, and award-winning Exeter filmmaker Ashley Thorpe has been drawing on this mythology to recreate dark tales of horror, most recently in his radio play The Demon Huntsman.
When the snow stuck Devon the police helicopter went out to see what was what. Here’s some footage from the reconnaisance, with Devon dangerously clad in a viel of snow
Effective partnership working between the council and the police in Teignbridge is successfully dealing with anti-social behaviour
A young person who damanged trees in Newton Abbot has carried out a sponsored bike ride to raise money for Newton Abbot Royal British Legion, the organisation which first planted the trees
The Carols by Candlelight concert at the converted St Barnabas Church will raise funds for Dartmouth Caring, the Dart Lifeboat and the Dartmouth Apprentice programme at the restaurant itself – South Devon’s only training restaurant for the long-term unemployed
Karen Brady urges businesses in Plymouth to get behind the England World Cup bid to take advantage of the opportunities a World Cup in would bring. Owners of Plymouth’s The Cherry Tree Pub and The Spice of India explain why they support the bid