A petition calling for the return of Sidmouth’s railway link, five decades after its closure, has been launched.
Staff and students are raising the bar and expectations says Sidmouth College’s new principal as she completes her first half term in post.
A long standing men’s club that has brought retired and semi-retired business professionals together is to close after nearly four decades in the town.
A familiar face of the Manor Pavilion stage will be stopping by for lunch to help raise money for the Admiral Nurse Campaign.
Fears for pedestrian safety has led to fresh calls to address the lack of pavements along a ‘dangerous’ road to Otter Garden Centre, before someone is hurt.
It was a Pixie Day surprise, among others, for an Ottery bride after her husband-to-be themed their wedding around the day they met for a television show.
More silverware may be on the way for an Ottery eatery as it has been named in contention for Restaurant of the Year.
Hundreds of people turned out to say a final farewell to Ottery’s much-loved tourist information centre manager.
A mobile bank will be available in Ottery following the closure of the town’s last bank this week.
The new owners behind the bar of a popular Ottery pub are putting community and traditional dishes at the heart of their business.
Proposals to stop holding council meetings in Tipton St John will be sent out for public discussion following a debate last week.
A group combating loneliness and isolation in the Sid Valley has been saved thanks to a generous donation from an anonymous benefactor.
Sidmouth is expected to come to a standstill as part of a people’s march to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.
Fresh plans to build a multi-million pound business park at Sidford have been refused on account of the number of lorries to would bring.
Young people are set to benefit from ‘exciting’ modern and ‘improved’ classrooms as part of new proposals from Sidmouth College.
An eight-year-old bookworm has joined a growing list of youngsters to complete a literary challenge to read 100 books.
A £30,000 appeal has been launched to improve facilities at The King’s School to boost sporting and recreational activity in the evening.
‘Phenomenal’ work by Sidmouth’s green-fingered volunteers has brought home a number of awards from this year’s South West in Bloom competition.
Sidmouth’s girl guides enjoyed a sleepover to remember after spending the night in Blackpool’s famous Tower Ballroom.
A new bank could be set to open in Ottery as part of a £20million project to create a regional bank across the South West.
Prospective students turned out in their hundreds as part of a successful open day at Sidmouth College.
A successful year of dancing has helped Sidmouth Steppers to raise £1,600 to keep Devon Air Ambulance up in the air.
Campaigners against proposals for a business park development at Sidford will outline their next steps at a public meeting next week.
A discovery of lead bullets has helped historians piece together more details about the life of one of Sidmouth’s most famous residents.
Ottery’s scouting community have been out in force tidying up the town and surrounding area with a series of litter picks.
Reopening one of Ottery’s main routes will take weeks not months say experts as they continue to work on buildings affected by a major fire last month.
Demolishing Sidmouth’s ‘ugly’ and ‘unused’ St John Ambulance Hall for a set of smart apartments has won the backing of the town’s planning committee.
A popular family-run business said it is ready to serve up excellent customer service and tasty homemade food after taking over Sidmouth Garden Centre.
A Sidmouth paramedic who thought she would be ‘destined to struggle’ with her weight is preparing to take the reins of her own Slimming World group to help others shift the pounds.
Helpful Sidmouth College students have been thanked for their hard work with a £150 donation from the town’s Lions club.
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