People in Ashburton took to the streets again to campaign to keep their fire station open.
It is the latest demonstration over planned changes to the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service which could see eight stations close.
The fire service says it needs to focus more on prevention and that there is a big drop in the number of incidents.
However, the Ashburton crew claim they were called out six times in the past week.
Half way through the march, they got another call to go to Ivybridge as standby because of a shortage of appliances in the area.
A consultation is underway looking into the proposals.
It just emphasises the case for keeping every appliance and every station in the service open and hopefully keep us fully crewed so that they're all available to do these kind of moves."
Burning car found on roof in Buckfastleigh
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Fire crews were called to reports of a car on fire in the early hours of Sunday morning.
On arrival, the crew from Buckfastleigh found a car on Church Hill that was on its roof and on fire.
All passengers had fled the scene.
The crew put out the fire and searched the area.
BBC local radio headlines for the West
Radio Bristol: A BBC investigation has found a waste company, close to fly-infested homes in Avonmouth, breached environmental rules 16 times in a year.
BBC Somerset: Avon and Somerset Police are trying something new in an attempt to reduce knife crime. It is putting teenagers through an intensive week-long course in which they are shown the brutal reality, often in shocking detail.
Radio Gloucestershire: A new scanner is being donated to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital that will revolutionise treatment for thousands of children.
The AccuVein is being donated by the family of nine-year-old Henry Bromberg who died in 2016 from a rare heart condition.
BBC Wiltshire: There's been a cyber attack at Swindon College.
Bosses say the hackers got access to information about former staff and students after breaking into the computer system. Police are investigating.
Campaigners are reacting angrily to further delays in bringing superfast broadband to the most rural parts of Devon and Somerset.
The company responsible for the publicly funded roll-out, Gigaclear has lost its contract.
The Connecting Devon and Somerset Partnership says it will now start the process of finding a new provider.
It means the scheme is potentially four years behind schedule.
In a statement, it said it was working hard to agree a revised plan and it was "disappointed" not to be able to progress.
For businesses to do things like tax returns, VAT etc - the government expects it to be done online these days. Again, it's this dichotomy between rural and urban areas where rural areas are being short-changed."
Funding available for young people's campaigns
and community groups in Somerset are being invited to bid for a share of
£50,000 for projects that inspire young people into social action.
County Council says it will also invest £25,000 from its prevention fund into projects
chosen by the Somerset Youth Parliament.
Frances Nicholson, the County Council’s Lead Member for Children’s Services,
fantastic that children and young people will have the chance to take part in
campaigns and projects or volunteer to help improve the lives of others.”
The fund is open to applications on Monday 16 September and the closing date is
Friday 25 October.
Seven people rescued from two 'deliberate' fires
Seven people have been rescued from two fires in Yeovil, which are both believed to have been started deliberately.
The first blaze broke out shortly after midnight in a stairwell at a block of flats.
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said three fire engines attended and four people were led to safety.
Two of them were treated for smoke inhalation, and one of them was taken to hospital.
The second fire happened shortly before 4am at a property in Houndstone, Yeovil.
Three fire engines attended and three people were assessed by paramedics at the scene.
The fire service said the ground floor front door was completely destroyed, and the front hallway and first floor living room were damaged.
A spokesperson said a fire investigation officer attended both incidents, and police were asked to attend, as the cause of both fires was believed to be deliberate.
Severe accident: M4 Newport eastbound
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M4 Newport eastbound severe accident, from J25 for B4596 to J24 for A449.
M4 Newport - M4 partially blocked and queues eastbound from J25, B4596 (Caerleon) to J24, A449 (Coldra), because of an accident.
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Amended plans to build 125 homes at a former Weston caravan park could be approved before some residents have their chance to comment.
Councillors called for a number of changes to the application when they visited West Acres Farm last month and Bloor Homes submitted a revised application on 4 September.
Nearly 40 residents objected to the original scheme. They should have until September 23 to comment but the new plans will come before North Somerset Council’s planning and regulatory committee on 18 September.
The 4.5-hectare site off Wolvershill Road was used for storing caravans as long ago as 1982, and then as a touring caravan site from 1997.
The developer, Bloor Homes said: “The proposed development would provide a range of high quality housing enabling North Somerset Council to meet the local need and improving the immediate context.
“The green infrastructure will deliver an open space and landscaped areas that are accessible to the wider community.
The site is at risk of flooding but the plans measures that have satisfied the Environment Agency.
The application was met with 38 objections, prompting town councillors to call for it to be considered by North Somerset councillors.
Residents said the access from Wolvershill Road was inadequate, patient safety would be compromised and the development would be too close to existing homes.
They also pointed to a lack of spaces in schools, at GP surgeries and on the roads.
Recommending approval, officers said the site has been allocated for housing since at least 2007 and the homes would “create a good quality living environment for residents whilst protecting biodiversity and the living conditions of neighbours”.