Celebrity chef Michael Caines launches new website inviting holidaymakers to enjoy a Devon staycation

Holidaymakers looking to spend a summer staycation in Devon will soon find all the information they need at the click of a mouse.

Celebrity chef Michael Caines MBE is spearheading a new initiative which he hopes will encourage those who would usually be planning a foreign break to look closer to home.

His new website, Destination Devon, will feature guides, reviews, tips,...

Wild, wild website

The charity behind the region’s three top zoos has launched a new website with a new look and a radical new approach. Wild Planet Trust is the new name for the charity that runs Paignton Zoo, Living Coasts in Torquay and Newquay Zoo in Cornwall. The charity’s new website places a strong emphasis on highlighting the conservation and research work of the zoos. Trust spokesperson Phil Knowling...

UK’s leading commercial coffee machine supplier launches first-ever review website

Bibium, the industry leader in providing coffee solutions to offices and the hospitality sector, has today launched an online review site where commercial consumers can browse, learn, review and purchase coffee machines.

Run by husband and wife team Wyatt and Grace Cavalier, the new offering is based on the TripAdvisor model and will allow customers to sort, search and filter over 600...

PSP's first wedding couple return to expand successful creative agency

A husband and wife team are moving back to Plymouth Science Park where they met more than 15 years ago! Ben and Clare Stirling were the first couple to meet on the site and go on to become married.

Their award-winning business, ‘Made with Maturity,’ provides clients with a full range of services, from website design through to boosting your on-line profile with Search Engine...

Uncover Plymouth launches site to promote city to the world

Growing social brand Uncover Plymouth has just launched its website, aiming to promote all that is great about past and present of the city via original blog-style stories.

The site – – is the latest progression of the brand and aims to help boost Plymouth’s image to a wider – and ultimately global - audience.

Curator of the brand, Jon Bennett who was...

Website provides easy access to services and support for Armed Forces community

Dedicated Website Provides Quick and Easy Access to Services and Support for the Armed Forces Community

A dedicated website has launched that makes it quick and easy for members of the Armed Forces Community in Devon to access key services including health, financial and welfare.

The Devon Forces Family (DFF) website is an online directory of...

Plymouth teen charged after website attacks

A 15-year-old Plymouth boy has been charged with offences related to cyber attacks on websites around the world.

The 15-year-old, from the Plympton area of the city, was charged on Monday 16th November after an investigation by officers from the Zephyr Regional Cyber Crime Unit.

The boy was charged with three offences under Section 3 of the Computer Misuse Act which relate to...

Plymouth Plan website launches

A new interactive Plymouth Plan website has been launched which is designed to help users get to the issues they are interested in just by clicking.

Plymouth Plan Part One has now been approved and the site, which sets out how we want the city to be by the year 2031, is now live to look at.

Cabinet member for Planning and Infrastructure, Councillor Mark Coker said: “The...

Website helps anglers find best spot to fish

A new mobile-friendly interactive website has been launched today to help anglers, and would-be anglers, find the best spot to fish. provides everything needed for a fishing trip, from searching for fishing spots to what the weather is doing and live water levels to information on buying a rod licence and where to buy kit.

Produced by the Angling Trust in...

Police want your views on their new website

Devon and Cornwall Police are asking for the public’s views on the new Force website.

Anyone using the internet via a standard terminal or any mobile device can follow to see the new version of the Force website and give feedback on its style.

Police are also asking people to complete a short online survey so we can best shape the new site...