Murder most foul is set to take place in the 1st Sid Vale Scouts’ HQ in a 1930s-themed ‘whodunit’ fundraiser.
A short film telling the story Sidmouth’s last fishing family’s ‘passion, loss and resilience’ got regional exposure on BBC One and is still available online.
Council bosses will soon write to Sidmouth residents and businesses to ask if they will help to fundraise the £3.3million needed to pay for much-needed sea defences.
A Sid Valley Rotarian will join 90 volunteers from clubs across Great Britain and Ireland to immunise 170million Indian children against polio in a
Devon and Cornwall residents are being polled on whether they would pay another £12 a year to ‘protect frontline policing’.
A car propped up on bricks that was dumped in a Sidmouth’s Bowd layby weeks ago has now been trashed.
A familiar face to customers, residents and holidaymakers at Fields of Sidmouth has hung up her apron after 20 years’ service.
More than £100,000 has been allocated to improve cliff safety in Sidmouth and Beer to ensure public safety.
Support is needed to help raise the rest of the cash needed to build a play area at a Ugandan orphanage.
A charity that provides dogs as assistance animals to people with physical disabilities and children with autism got a £2,300 boost from a Sidmouth shop.
Sidholme Music Room’s 2018 season of concerts starts on Sunday (January 14) with a program of ‘songs and stories for a winter’s afternoon’ from 3.30pm.
Another 20 storage containers will be placed at Sidmouth’s Alexandria Industrial Estate if a planning application is approved.
A family have submitted scaled-down plans for one house in their Sidmouth garden, after fears a two-dwelling scheme would ‘dominate’ the area.
A charity stalwart who oversaw the transformation of Sidmouth Victoria Hospital through countless fundraisers and appeals has stepped down after 63 years.
The first property Britain’s oldest civic society has owned in its 171-year history has been officially opened.
A short film telling the
story of Sidmouth’s last fishing family’s ‘passion,
loss and resilience’ is set
to get regional exposure on BBC One.
It was an evening of glitz and glamour as the 26 finalists learned who would walk away with Sid Valley Business Awards.
An electrical heater was to blame for a fire that broke out in a Sidmouth flat late last night (Tuesday).
Fresh plans have been submitted to demolish a former Sidmouth care home to make way for sheltered housing for the elderly – with a proposed ‘affordable’ housing payment 10 times the previous amount.
Staff at an estate agents paid special personal thanks to Sidmouth Hospiscare for the support it gave one of their colleagues last year.
‘Key sites’ like Connaught Gardens could be closed and rented out for private functions like weddings, sports tournaments and big-screen events, under new proposals.
Sidmouth’s sole nightclub is set to close for eight weeks so part of it can be converted into a restaurant.
A petition has been launched calling for Sidmouth to become a plastic-free town.
The Herald can now reveal the full list of winners for the Sid Valley Business Awards.
East Devon households will pay an extra £5 in council tax to the district authority if chiefs sign off a proposed budget for 2018/19.
A Sid Valley transport charity is appealing for more volunteer car drivers after it was unable to get 50 people to health appointments last year.
The Sid Valley Business Awards are set to recognise a pair of young entrepreneurs.
With a beaver colony waiting list ‘bursting to the seams’, the 1st Sid Vale Scouts have one question – why not make your New Year’s resolution to volunteer with us?
Another 20 buildings are set to be recognised for their heritage or architecture by Britain’s oldest civic society.
Councillor Ian McKenzie-Edwards, Sidmouth Town Council
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