Music lovers who missed out on Glastonbury can still get tickets for Devon’s family friendly Glas-denbury festival, which offers two days of great entertainment from local bands and headliners from all over the country.
The event is open from 5.30pm on 15 July and from 9.30am on 16 July.
Tickets are priced from £25 per adult and teen and £1 for children under 12. The event takes place at Fairfield Farm, Newton Abbott and offers free parking.
Devon and Cornwall police are continuing to investigating the death on an 8-month-old boy in Brownhills Road, Newton Abbot on 15th June.
Post mortem and toxicology reports have not identified a cause of death and therefore the death remains unexplained.
A 27-year-old man was questioned and bailed in connection with this matter. We can confirm that in light of the post mortem and toxicology reports, his bail has now been cancelled and no further policing action will be taken against him at this time.
Leading independent wholesaler M.J. Baker Foodservice completed record-breaking sales at its annual foodservice trade show.
The Newton Abbot-based firm, which runs the biggest foodservice event in the West Country, concluded deals worth more than £600,000 at the event at Newton Abbot Racecourse.
More than 700 foodservice professionals, including leading independent food manufacturers from across Devon, Cornwall, Bristol and Somerset, and some of the UK’s leading suppliers, attended the show, which smashed the £500,000 sales mark set in 2015.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a female pedestrian carrying a child was seriously injured following a collision with a car in Newton Poppleford, near Sidmouth.
A 61-year-old woman, from Otterton, was walking along School Lane, carrying a three-year-old girl, when she was involved in a collision with a silver Vauxhall Zafira. The collision happened at around 8.55am on Tuesday 7 June, outside Newton Poppleford primary school.