The parish of Haccombe-with-Combe faced a substantial expense when last winter’s severe weather and high tides badly damaged sections of the ancient wall which protects the Hearn Field from the Estuary tides.
What does it say about the visitor experience that there’s no public toilets in Torquay? It says they just don’t want any of your business
Totnes XX is a brand-new boutique festival combining music, film, comedy, art, debate and workshops, and taking place in multiple venues across the town over the weekend of 7-10 March to coincide with International Women’s Day 2019.
Laminated is a new play by Lucy Bell, which takes a beautifully scripted, warm and funny look at a family with special needs
Fascism in the South West is on the rise. Green MEP Molly Scott Cato says we can resist the politics of hate and says how in her roadshow
Teignbridge council got into Private Eye’s Rotten Borough round ups because of the eye-watering payout it made to the chief executive
The iron age hill-fort at Milber Down is part of a new, free sound-walk that starts and ends at Penn Inn, Newton Abbot
Rocket 88 emerged as a true rock ‘n’ roll band that beguiled Torquay from the mid 70s. Here’s their story from Mike Williams