Daily launches new Lifestyle website

Devon 247 is proud to announce the launch of an exciting new sister site – The Lifestyle Daily.

Packed with celebrity interviews and articles about family life, health, beauty and culture, the site (like this one) is not only free to use, but you can post your own content for free too...

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Make 2020 the year to visit South Devon

Authored by News Desk

South Devon is simply bursting with action packed events for 2020. This year will see South Devon showcasing an impressive and diverse calendar of events, including spectacular festivals and regattas, dazzling food and drink, as well as offering beautiful locations to stay.

Anna Roach of Visit South Devon says ‘2020 is shaping up to be very special for South Devon, with a number of...

What to look for in a holiday home

Authored by Sarah Parker

If you’ve dreamt of having your own holiday home in the sun to escape to, then you might be tempted to make the leap this year and invest in a special place to call your own. There are some amazing advantages to having your own holiday home, but it’s worth taking the time to choose one carefully.

Read on for some useful things to look out for, before purchasing a holiday property....

The Box annouces full opening programme

Authored by News Desk

The Box is the largest multi-disciplinary arts and heritage museum space opening anywhere in the UK in 2020. Originally three separate buildings, its ground-breaking design has completely transformed, extended and combined Plymouth’s former City Museum and Art Gallery, Central Library buildings and St Luke’s Church to create a cutting-edge, interactive cultural centre with 13 new galleries...

Veg out in Plymouth with the ultimate Veganuary menu

Authored by Millie Carrington

Plain salads are a thing of the past in Plymouth, with Roundabout ultimate Veganuary menu. Showcasing scrumptious options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert, you’ll be fighting your friends for the last bite.

Start your day with the Vegan Breakfast or Vegan Breakfast Pot as the alternative to the classic options. Or why not make a resolution to go for something a little more...

Plymouth children will get first visit to the beach thanks to Tesco funding

Authored by Mary

Plymouth youngsters are being encouraged to feel the sand of the beach between their toes for the first time, thanks to a £4,000 grant from Tesco.

The money has been awarded to the Marine Biological Association, whose members were inspired to bid for the funds after discovering that some Plymouth children have never been to the beach despite living so close to the coast.


Best holiday destinations in 2020

Authored by Sarah Parker

From bustling cities, to quiet coastal spots here are some of our destinations we’re looking forward to travelling to this year. Whether you’re a solo traveller or heading off en famille, prefer car journeys over trains, and planes over ferries – there’s a holiday destination waiting for your arrival in 2020.

Rabat, Morocco

Despite being the capital city of Morocco, tourists...


Elesha Paul Moses talks What’s Love Got To Do With It?

Authored by News Desk

Elesha Paul Moses has paid her dues in the entertainment world; she’s been striving for success in the music business for 20 years, via traditional grafting and TV talent shows.

And now, she’s taken her singing career to a new level starring in the mammoth tribute show tour What’s Love Got To Do With It? , celebrating the music and life of rock, soul legend Tina Turner.


Smash hit show celebrating music legend Tina Turner heads to Plymouth

Authored by Mary

After a fantastic sell-out debut tour, Tina Turner fans will have the time of their lives as the smash hit touring show What’s Love Got To Do With It ? arrives in Plymouth at the start of the second year of its massive UK tour.

What's Love Got To Do With It? is a joyous show celebrating the music and 60-year career of the incredible rock and soul legend that is Tina Turner.


Everyone is welcome at the Race for Life Exeter

Authored by Sarah Parker

THIS January, everyone is invited to Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life in Exeter.

The charity’s much-loved events are returning to Westpoint but are no longer restricted to female participants.

This means everybody can be part of the empowering Race for Life movement – and show support for the 34,800 people diagnosed with cancer every year in the South West.


Learn to cook and help save the planet!

Authored by Mary

Devon County Council is running a series of free six-week cookery courses to teach residents to cook a range of basic meals while covering the top tips that help reduce food waste at home.

Eight ‘DIY Dinner’ courses will take place in towns across the county during January and February in another example of the council’s commitment to help communities reduce food waste and carbon...