Join us at Newton Abbot Racecourse for our first weekend fixture this Easter Saturday and enjoy an exciting afternoon of summer jumps racing.
To celebrate, the first 200 children through the gates will be welcomed with a free chocolate Easter egg. The eggs will be given to the first children coming through the Pedestrian entrance or through the ticket office in the centre of the course for those coming by car.
The Family Enclosure returns for the first time this season with a bouncy castle, jousting and a big challenge assault course for the children to enjoy while parents...
A leading local motors business is helping keep a South Devon animal charity on the move by sponsoring a brand new car.
Murray Volkswagen, Newton Abbot, has presented a new Volkswagen up! to Animals in Distress, where it is set to cut a dash travelling between the charity’s 13 shops in towns including Bovey Tracey, Dawlish, Brixham and the newly opened Dartmouth shop.
Handing over the keys at the charity’s Ipplepen rescue centre were Kevin Murray, managing director of the Murray Group and David Lay, sales executive at the Newton Abbot Volkswagen dealership.
Why not enjoy an evening out with the girls, where you can have some food and drink, all in aid of a good cause.
The Passage Hotel in Newton Abbot is hosting its popular ladies night once again.
The event costs £10 and as well as offering a light buffet and refreshments it also boasts the oppurtunity for guests to see what Avon, Bliss Spa, Anna's Photography and My Clever Wardrobe have to offer.
All proceeds will go to the Cots for Tots appeal.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01626 35515 to book.
Police in Newton Abbot are appealing for witnesses after a man was allegedly assaulted in the town on Tuesday 21 January. The assault happened on Powderham Road early in the afternoon, between around 1pm and 3pm. A man approached the 27-year-old victim and assaulted him with a brick. The victim suffered leg injuries as a result of the incident. The suspect is described as white, short and of stocky build. He was wearing an Adidas baseball cap, dark blue tracksuit bottoms, a light grey hoody and a short black jacket. Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to call police on 101 quoting...
A 46-year-old man from Newton Abbot has died after attempting to rescue a dog from a fast-flowing river.
Police, along with the fire service and paramedics were called to the River Lemon in Newton Abbot after reports that a man was in the river.
The man jumped into the river to rescue his black labrodor dog who had jumped into the river and been swept away. A number of 999 calls were made by members of the public, around 11.15am, after the man appeared to have got into difficulty in the fast flowing water near to the Asda store.