The Liberty Sisters – Ruby, Rose and Dolly – are the Westcountry’s leading vintage vocal trio, specialising in the swing and jazz of the 1930s – 1950s. In particular, songs made famous by the Andrews Sisters and Dame Vera Lynn. All their music is sung in beautiful close harmony, and it is their vocal blend as well as their great stage presence which makes them so popular, writes Ray Goldsmith.[Read more…] about Liberty Sisters raise funds for The Veterans Charity
Do you think you have what it takes to escape being burned at the stake, crushed by rocks or pulled apart by horses? Now you can prove it with Can You Survive the Witch Trials?, a new online quiz that puts you on trial, with potentially deadly consequences…
Archaeologists working with the National Trust’s Killerton estate believe they may have found the location of the lost Killerton mansion that was started in 1775, but never completed.
Devon farmers who made their home in the same remote location for 1,200 years had a taste for exotic imported food and drink, archaeologists have found.
In 1945 there were 400,000 German servicemen in the UK, rather than conquerors these people were prisoners of war, interred in camps throughout the country, including ones at Exeter, Plymouth, and Sidmouth.