The Exeter marathon and 10k were run on Sunday and both routes started at Exeter City FC ground and made their way down the high street to the canal and then various loops along the canal, taking in Devon Locks one way and past Exwick the other direction, finishing at the Piazza on Haven Banks.
Pontispool Equine Sports Centre is limbering up for its British Eventing Horse Trials that take place this weekend, May 26 to 28, and spectators can expect three full days of action at the Somerset venue, writes Lucy Johnson.
Axminster’s outdoor bowlers continued their excellent early season form with three good wins, but they did suffer a first defeat of the campaign when the Over-60s League team were beaten at Crediton, writes David Harris.
On what turned out to be the hottest May Day bank holiday for 40 years, the Exe Equestrian Club held its opening event of 2018, a 10-mile pleasure ride over Woodbury Common, kindly sponsored by Leonard Coombe.
Torbay Motor Club’s Wiscombe Hill Climb has once again attracted the support of H R Owen Ecurie of Cheltenham, who will bring a selection of their performance and luxury cars for the public to view, as well as providing a Porsche 911 as the course car, writes Rupert Barker.
The past week was a busy, but successful one for the Budleigh bowlers as they recorded their first wins of the season with the highlight being two mixed match wins against Seaton and St Thomas, both away from home, writes David Roberts.
The past fortnight has finally seen the Chardstock bowls season get under way with little interruption from the weather, even if we have, on some occasions, needed many layers of warm clothing, writes Vaughan Fletcher.
It’s been a busy past month at the Lympstone Karate dojo as students and instructors alike took on a series of challenges in and out of the dojo, including the KUGB Karate National Championships, the London Marathon, and a series of swimming and cycling challenges.
Point-to-Pointing heads back down to Cornwall next weekend where the Four Burrow are to hold their second meeting of the season at the popular Trebudannon course near Newquay on Sunday (May 13), writes Donna Harris.