Residents are being invited to have their say on Port Royal later at two consultation events today (Monday) and tomorrow.
Ottery Primary School is promising ‘fun for all’ at its annual summer fair.
Sidmouth Conservative Club is staging a coffee morning with a difference in aid of its charity of the year from 10.30am until noon on Monday (June 26).
The group is looking to raise the total to split between Help for Heroes and Branscombe village play park.
From walking and reading, to science and the sea – Sidmouth is fast establishing itself as a festival town.
Test your knowledge on what made the headlines this week in Sidmouth and Ottery.
Tipton St John were 40 run winners when they entertained visiting side Worcestershire-based Clent, writes Phil Wright.
Sidmouth were emphatic 172-run winners when they travelled to Instow to face North Devon on matchday eight of the Tolchards Devon League Premier Division season.
Ottery under 13s secured their most comprehensive win of an unbeaten season with a 98- run victory over Whimple when the sides met to contest a Bradleys East Devon Youth League fixture.
Sixteen-year-old Byron Knowles scored a maiden senior cricket century as Sidmouth III recorded an emphatic win in their Tolchards Devon League 2nd XI B Division East meeting with Seaton II at Newton Poppleford.
On Wednesday, Sidmouth ladies travelled to play round three of the Inter Club competition.
Sidmouth seniors’ visit to Vivary Golf Course in Taunton was a journey into the unknown for most of the team as it was a new fixture with them, writes Hugh Dorliac.
There’s a first this Sunday (June 25) when a jazz flute will be heard at Sidmouth’s Kennaway House Cellar Bar.
Award-winning West End producer Paul Taylor-Mills has raised the curtain on his popular summer play festival at Sidmouth’s Manor Pavilion Theatre.
Sidmouth Lifeboat will benefit from a celebration of classic cars that promises to be the biggest one yet.
Budleigh Salterton Cancer Research UK Committee is hosting a charity supper and musical evening.
A brand-new adaptation of E Nesbitt’s classic tale, The Railway Children, has just opened at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.
There is always plenty going on across the district - here are just three events.
From June 16-28, the Courtyard Gallery at Lyme Regis’s Town Mill will be home to three local painters.
The Budleigh Music Festival – which runs from Friday, July 7, to Saturday, July 15 – is rapidly approaching.
Hardy swimmers are being invited to take on a sea swim in aid of three charities.
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