Features

The Two Bridges Hotel is currently recruiting a Wedding and Events Coordinator to join their busy team, creating exceptional weddings and occasions in a stunning setting in the heart of Dartmoor. Read more

Community News

Details of the programme for Plymouth Arts Cinema this February. Read more

Conexus Tuition Plymouth is a new local business dedicated to building confidence, boosting academic ability and empowering the progress of the young people of Plymouth. Read more

Education

Plymouth based law firm, Wolferstans Solicitors is delighted to announce the successful culmination of its year-long fundraising campaign, resulting in an outstanding donation of £12,500 to Mustard Tree Plymouth, the firm's Charity of the Year 2023. Read more

Community News

With Christmas behind us, there's a lot to be said for swapping our grey January days for snow-covered slopes... Read more

Business News

Jeremiah’s Journey is the official charity partner for Britain’s Ocean City Running Festival on 28th April. Read more

Community News

Peacock butterfly on buddleja flowers

Katy Prentice

How to plan your biodiverse garden Read more

Gardening

When it comes to special moments, there’s a whole world of alternative celebratory drinks waiting to be explored. Read more

Drinks

Happy New Year everyone. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas. Good luck to all for 2024. Read more

Farming News

Choosing a school for your child this year? Headteacher Oliver Scott highlights the importance of getting it right. Read more

Education

Dartmoor’s MED Theatre is the extraordinary legacy of an extraordinary man Read more

Community News

As we continue to open our advent calendars over the next few days, buy those last-minute gifts and dig out those last strips of tinsel, the city’s Waste and Recycling Team are gearing up for a bumper few weeks of waste and recycling collections. Read more

Community News

100 years ago, on 2nd January 1924 the Revd Sabine Baring-Gould, the Squareson of Lewtrenchard died after a career that would have been difficult for four people to perform. Read more

History

Hope everyone has been keeping well…it’s been incredibly busy at ABC Service with IT support, print, design and telecom orders - so in this article, I will be covering online security, AI and the latest in telecommunications. Read more

Technology Blog

As the days are getting shorter, this is a varied walk of just 3 miles around the historic village of Calstock with John Noblet of Tavistock Ramblers. Read more

Naturalist

When putting up your decorations or writing your Christmas cards, have you ever wondered why we associate robins with Christmas? Maybe you’ve always contemplated where “the holly and the ivy” came from, or if partridges really do roost in pear trees? Read more

Naturalist

A Victorian passport, once owned by renowned artist, art connoisseur and first Director of the National Gallery, Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, has been discovered in an old chest at Mount Kelly. Read more

Community News

An amazing new National Lottery funded art project was launched earlier this year in West Devon and East Cornwall. Read more

Music & Art

Bramble's Pet Food Bank, a small local community initiative that provides food for pets in need, is running low on donations. Read more

Community News

Series of interviews with local businesses during lockdown

Here are some fantastic films celebrating our area and people