The winners of this year’s Devon Venus Awards 2015 have been announced at a glamorous red carpet event in the county’s capital.
More than 250 guests and sponsors attended the awards ceremony held at the University of Exeter’s Great Hall with winners whittled down to the 12 categories from more than 1,500 nominations in the county this year.
Devon’s leading tourism businesses have been chosen for the finals of the Devon Tourism Awards which will be presented at a prestigious ceremony on 26th November 2015.
This year sees an increase to 22 categories in the competition which is now in its 6th year following its launch in 2010 in association with Visit Devon. The year also saw an increase by 34% to 174 entries from the cream...
Over the last few weeks ‘Rugby fever’ has hit the nation with everyone getting ready for what was set to be a nail biting Tournament.
Exeter has been extremely honoured to host three fantastic matches at Sandy Park, the Fanzone has seen thousands of people gathering to enjoy an electric atmosphere and a great feel good factor has been brought to the city. With England out of Rugby...
The finalists for this year’s Devon Venus Awards 2015 have been announced at a sumptuous cream-tea event.
More than 70 guests and sponsors attended the prestigious afternoon held at Saunton Sands Hotel in North Devon, which have recently won the Best Hotel Group of the Year at the AA Hospitality Awards 2015. Celebrating their success so far, guests had the opportunity to network with...
ARGYLE were frustratingly on the wrong end of a late goal-burst in their Capital One Cup first-round tie at Home Park on Tuesday night.
The Derek Adams’ era continued impressively for the first 85 minutes of the new gaffer’s competitive home bow, with substitute Craig Tanner having given them a deserved lead from a spectacular 78th-minute penalty-area volley.
There’s nothing quite like a great British picnic by the sea. We all have fond childhood memories of days out at the seaside; that heady combination of sun, sand and sea along with a dollop of ice-cream sandy sandwiches and hours of endless fun.
What better way to celebrate 50 years of public support for protecting our precious coastline, than by attending one of the Big Beach Picnic’s...
Plans for this year’s Plymouth's History Festival are well under way, with more than 100 different events already confirmed.
The festival will run from 1 to 31 May and a wide range of historical events are taking place across the city, providing residents and visitors with opportunities to celebrate and learn more about Plymouth's heritage.