Supporters are coming from far and wide to take part in Hospiscare’s Breakfast Run at the picturesque Knightshayes near Tiverton on the 17th September.
Sarah Awbery and her daughter are travelling all the way from Bournemouth to take part and are currently busy training and raising sponsorship. They have a special reason for supporting local charity, Hospiscare.
Although it has been over six years since Sarah’s father, Ray Pett, was cared for by Hospiscare, her memories of visiting him on the ward at Searle House in Exeter are still fresh.
A woman from Crediton has raised a phenomenal £1122 by taking to the skies and jumping out of a plane at 15,000 feet to help support the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) life saving research.
Gill Davies, 34, was inspired to do the jump for the love of her daughter Caitlin, who was sadly born with a serious, and at times life threatening heart condition.
“We didn’t know there was any problem with her heart, until a couple of hours after she was born. She became blue and lifeless and was rushed to the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU). After a few hours, we were told that she...
Exeter Authors Association is holding a book celebration as part of CredFest17 on 17th June from 2-5pm at Crediton Library.
This will be a highly interactive, free event to celebrate writing in Devon.
There is room for only 80 visitors in the venue, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
The Performances- There will be readings from books/ poems. Local published poets and authors will be reading in 10-minute slots. The authors and poets include some of the best south-west writing talents such as
Red Dragonfly Productions, the team behind the critically acclaimed 'DiaoChan' and 'The Autumn of Han' are proud to present an evening of new writing from first time playwrights at Crediton Arts Centre on 10 February. Six months ago Red Dragonfly launched Taking Flight a competition aimed at finding three new short plays from writers within the British East Asian, South Asian, and South East Asian communities, and from the many entries the Red Dragonfly team chose three plays to be taken through to final production in a unique evening of theatre. The plays are: Ketchup - By Sammy Wong Her...