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More than 50 people turned out for the event at Cow Green Community Gardens, where two Cox apple trees were planted in Tim's memory.
AN elderly driver has been taken to hospital following a crash on the A361 North Devon Link Road near Swimbridge this evening .
Exeter specialists were called in after a 25-litre drum of highly toxic and dangerous acid was found in a Devon car park.
THREE teenagers who sent racist messages to fellow Ilfracombe Academy students have been cleaning up town grot spots as their punishment.
The next communities to benefit from the A 94 million project to bring superfast broadband to Devon and Somerset have been announced.
Westcountry MPs have criticised an independent panel for refusing to bow to political pressure for it to scrap plans to increase politicians pay by 7,600 a year.
Pictured at the official opening of the new safe stretch of coast path are Martin Caddy of North Devon AONB, Rob Vincent, from MacPlant Construction Ltd, Simon Hill of EDG, County Councillor Andrea Davis, Bryan Cath, South West Coast Path Association representative plus Dave Edgcombe of North Devon AONB.
But Damien Hirst's plans to transform his picturesque Devon farm into a new town of 3,000 people has already upset the neighbours.
THE search for a dog that plunged off a West Dorset cliff caused two men to get into difficulty in strong tides.
Good manners, a bit of rouge for the ladies, a pair of breeks or even a gramophone attached to the handlebars for the gents are what counted when 100 odd cyclists came together for a sociable jaunt through Exmouth today for this year's winter Velo Vintage.
TORBAY inshore lifeboat spent two hours at sea in the early hours of Saturday following reports of a red flare.
The 12ft Min Eve was found by the Cowes Harbour Commission launch HM 1 near West Bramble Buoy, with one man clinging to the hull and another holding on to a rope.
Everyone can take a photo these days, can't they? But will it be a good one? As more and more of us turn into competent amateur photographers using our smartphones or the latest in simple digital cameras, getting reasonable results is hardly rocket science.
Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd said the court was "the most fabulous magistrates court that has been built for some time".
If, during 14 years of writing walks articles for the Western Morning News, I'd grabbed 10 every time I've been asked which was my favourite hike in the region, I'd have been able to afford a house in East Portlemouth Well, maybe not.