Sidmouth / Ottery news

Hotels in Sidmouth are being forced to take on foreign members of staff because the supply of local talent has ‘dried up’, a hotelier has claimed.

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Yesterday, 11:00

A pensioner was left needing up to 14 stitches when a cricket ball hit her in the back of the head in Sidmouth.

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Yesterday, 10:00

The Sidcombers will be holding a beach clean tomorrow (Saturday ).

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Yesterday, 06:55

A pair of tree surgeons are planning to go the distance, running 200 miles in four days, to raise money for the town’s Tar Barrel committee.

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Thu, 17:06

A trio of musicians will be giving their time and talents to freely support Sidmouth Town Band.

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Thu, 13:05

Some were hugging while others were openly crying with joy, as students at Ottery’s The King’s School celebrated receiving their A-level results yesterday morning (Thursday).

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Sidmouth Sport

Yesterday, 09:00

An Ollie Jarrett goal, deep into added time, gave Sidmouth Town a richly deserved share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw after an entertaining encounter with Torridgeside under the Manstone Lane floodlights.

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Yesterday, 08:32

Sidmouth Blues, the ladies’ Over-50s League team, did very well in their latest match, which saw them in action at Honiton, writes Carol Smith.

Yesterday, 08:30

Ottery St Mary suffered back-to-back 4-1 defeats in pre-season games over the past six days, but Otters’ boss Dave Fairweather is not going to lose any sleep over the reversals as he knows exactly what the problem is.

Yesterday, 08:28

Sidmouth 2nd XI did see play, but, on a soggy Saturday when the toss of the coin was so important, Sidmouth skipper Antony Griffiths lost the toss and the Kilmington skipper wasted no time in asking ‘Griff’ to get his openers to pad up and into action.

Yesterday, 08:26

Both the Ottery St Mary senior XIs had their respective Tolchards Devon League fixtures cancelled as matchday 14 of the 18-match season was something of a washout across the board.

Yesterday, 08:00

Recently, the club held another of the popular barbecue evenings, writes Carol Smith.

Latest Entertainment News

Thu, 07:06

Man tries to mislead police after discovering a briefcase full of cash, in Ray Cooney’s farce Funny Money

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Mon, 12:23

A beautiful, uplifting performance by a note-perfect choir specialising in multi-layered harmonies

Mon, 12:22

Winning hobby horse impresses the creative director of the makers of Wallace and Gromit

Friday, August 10, 2018

Exeter theatre hosts summer panto Alice in Wonderland

Friday, August 3, 2018

Start planning your FolkWeek now with this preview of its hugely varied and entertaining programme of events

Sidmouth FolkWeek 2018
Friday, August 3, 2018

All the old favourites and some exciting new acts - something for all ages and tastes at this year’s fabulous FolkWeek

Sidmouth FolkWeek 2018
Friday, August 3, 2018

A cavalcade of ceilidhs offering both traditional and modern music - whatever gets your feet moving.

Sidmouth FolkWeek 2018
Friday, August 3, 2018

Games and activities, crafts and entertainment for children of all ages - family fun at its best

Sidmouth FolkWeek 2018
Friday, August 3, 2018

All you need to know about buses to and from the camping area, and the campsite itself

Sidmouth FolkWeek 2018

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