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Excited teenagers donned their best frocks and sharp suits, marking the end of an era and their secondary education.
“Offshore semi-submerged breakwaters are nothing new. You can see them all around the world in various forms – they are used mainly in shallow waters and their primary aim is to preserve the coastlines and the properties that are there.
Nestled at the top of Jacob’s Ladder, the new Clock Tower Cakery and Restaurant has become somewhat of a hidden gem for evening diners in Sidmouth.
Filling your days with ‘lots of love’ is the secret to having a long and happy life, says a 102-year-old.
A mother and daughter duo, who have taken over a Sidmouth cafe, have reopened after a big revamp.
More than 200 trees have been planted in Sidmouth’s ‘secret’ forest.
A pizza van may soon be setting up shop in a Sidford car park.
Walkers with a love of beautiful views and a thirst to explore the area’s hidden gems have been invited to make the most of Sidmouth’s Walking Festival
Proposals to rebuild a thatched cottage that was decimated by a devastating fire earlier this year have been given the go-ahead.
Sole vocalist Kelly Griggs will be performing at The Balfour, in Woolbrook, tomorrow (Saturday, August 5) from 8.30pm.
50-year anniversary fete of Tipton’s community field opened by BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine. Video and Pictures: Terry Ife.
Sidmouth’s Hopper Bus has helped to ferry thousands of visitors around the town’s shops, scenic spots and accommodation for the past 14 years.
“My dawn watch was fantastic - a pink and gold sky under a fading sickle moon and a calm sea – that’s when being at sea has the most magical of moments.”
Writers shared a wealth of experience telling the tales behind their stories as part of the third Sidmouth Literary Festival.
A pair of Sidmouth cancer survivors exceeded expectations raising well over £1,700 with a charity cream tea event.
A summer event made up of 12 productions, which sold £14,000 worth of tickets within hours of going on sale, will begin on Thursday.
Pictures taken around the world, with Sidford as a starting point, will be showcased at a special exhibition.
Nature lovers have been invited to explore some of Sidmouth’s most beautiful trees before attending an aptly-themed concert.
Residents are being urged to help keep A&E free for emergencies over the bank holiday.
East Devon council bosses have condemned the health body responsible for scrapping more than 100 beds at a number of community hospitals.
Residents have been left shocked by the amount of soil and dirt that has fallen from one of the town’s cliffs.
A Sidmouth man who makes health products using seaweed he collects from the Devon coastline has been recognised twice with a prestigious award and a £1,000 grant.
A ‘coffee concert’ provided audiences with beautiful music, great refreshments and a performance to remember.
Former Sidmouth College student, who presents on Bear Grylls show, raises money for Macmillan Cancer Support
A Sidmouth man died as a result of serious failings at an Exeter mental health unit, an inquest heard.
A brave puppy who was lost in the wilderness for five days has been found and reunited with his Newton Poppleford family.
Warnings over counterfeit cash have been issued to shop and business owners across East Devon.
A Sidmouth toddler gave his parents a fright - after he swallowed a penny.
East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) assertion that countryside at Two Bridges Road, Sidford, will still be developed has been slammed as ‘inappropriate’.
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