The people of Spreyton didn’t like being without a village shop, so they set up their own. The community shop has a strong focus on local produce is incredibly handy, and could give more back to the community than just convenience.
The West Devon Way is perfect for walkers, experienced or novice, cyclists, sight seers or those who just want to get out in the historic countryside of West Devon. And the new facelift makes it even more accessible
Exeter schoolboy, eleven-year-old Robert Leck, who is currently ranked number one in his category, trains at the Exeter University’s Sports Park and receives dedicated coaching from Will McNally, the university’s director of tennis
Three women from Devon will join Polar explorer Pen Hadow’s Catlin Arctic Survey to investigate climate change. They are Polar explorer Anne Daniels, Dr Helen Findlay of Plymouth Marine Laboratory and Dr Ceri Lewis from the Exeter University
Exeter University professor Richard Toye’s new book on Winston Churchill, called Churchill’s Empire – The World That Made Him, asks challenges perceived ideas of Churchill’s approach to Empire, especially during his early years
Exeter University is holding first exhibition of Maria Theresa thaler – one of the first examples of international currency – to be put on in the UK.