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Two men were left injured after a car was rammed, ‘possibly in a retaliation’ after an altercation between two groups in Whimple.
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.
Two more independent shops will close their doors, disappearing from the town’s high street for good.
Sidmouth Repair Cafe upcycles two broken benches to make a strong new seat
Sidmouth Town Under-12s showed their growing spirit by coming from 2-1 down to defeat Heavitree Youth 3-2 with striker James Randall scoring all three of the Town goals, his second successive hat-trick.
With the 2018 eventing season drawing to its conclusion, Bicton Arena will be in celebratory mood next weekend with its four-day international competition, writes Lucy Johnson.
Exeter teams dominated prizegiving at the Bradleys East Devon Youth League awards evening, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.
Sidmouth Town are reeling from the news that team boss Richard Pears has left Manstone Lane for pastures new.
Sidmouth Town Under-12s have bagged themselves a super sponsorship with support from two local companies, Nanwood and Devon Embroidery.
Sidmouth ladies met to contest the Orr Cup, writes Maria Clapp.
Clever acting brings to life a motley crew of comedy gangsters
Reiko Fujisawa recital is the first in a series of monthly concerts running until March
He also wants to help showcase up-and-coming comedy talent
Chorus will perform two contrasting genres of work by J S Bach
Pumpkins, bats and trick-or-treat trail in the run-up to Halloween
Event includes food and drink, live music, children’s activities, vintage tractors and alpacas
Abbagirls are one of the most authentic tributes to the original act
Professional actors will perform a murder play, and the audience have to try and work out whodunnit
Former Labour minister Alan Johnson talks about his new book, which tells of his lifelong love for music
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