Sidmouth College pupils got into the festive spirit by taking part in a Christmas tradition.
Sidmouth residents among those battling against ‘unfair’ hike in state pension age
A retired Pecorama worker was stopped in his tracks when his former employers organised a surprise party.
Proposed cuts to community recycling groups could ‘threaten the existence’ of a popular Ottery service, fear civic leaders, writes Clarissa Place.
Community gathering to discuss proposals that would see town lose inpatient bed unit
Firefighters were called to Harcombe after reports of a tractor caught fire.
Sidmouth Town are back in action after last weekend’s ‘day off’ when they travel to Stoke Gabriel (2.15pm).
Ottery St Mary were involved in a goal-laded Macron League Division Four meeting at University with both sides taking something from the contest that ended 4-4.
On Saturday, it was the most important competition of the winter at Sidmouth Golf Club, writes John Barnard.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s powered their way to a 9-0 win when they entertained Heavitree Youth in an Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup tie.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s first team were emphatic winners when they met Teign II in a cup tie.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-14s powered through their Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup meeting with Broadclyst, winning the tie 6-0 thanks to what was a superb all-round show.
Honiton Dementia Action Alliance has been recognised for its ‘remarkable’ efforts to make life better for sufferers.
Tillhouse Farm – Cranbrook’s 15th century grade II listed farmhouse that was practically burnt to the ground a year ago by an arsonist – is set to rise from the ashes.
Following the huge blaze at Cranbrook’s Tillhouse Farm on Tuesday, December 15, 2015, big efforts took place to salvage its remains because of the building’s Grade II listing.
The county council is calling for a pause to planned hospital cuts across Devon.
At the end of November, Devon and Somerset Gliding Club (DSGC) celebrated the achievement of one of their younger members, write Jill Harmer.
Christmas, no surely not yet. There’s too much to do! Exe Racers were out on the water training all Saturday, writes Rex Frost.
A vibrant selling exhibition presenting a new selection of craft makers is being held at Honiton’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery.
The Exmouth Journal has teamed up with the Exeter Business Improvement District to offer one lucky winner a meal for two at Circa 1924 and a £25 gift card to spend in John Lewis.
There are several events at the Bicton Inn, in Bicton Street, this week. Tonight (8pm, Thursday, December 8) Dave Green and Steve Graham host an open mic night.
Ten Exmouth artists are hosting ‘Explosion’, a studio clear-out sale at the Glorious Art House cafe and gallery, 120 Fore Street in Exeter.
The second concert of the Sidmouth Music season in the parish church provided a display of exemplary musicianship, with a solo recital by international pianist Simon Callaghan.
It was a Rainbow High finish for the cast of Evita, marking another successful show by the Exmouth Musical Theatre Company (EMCo).
Seaton Music will be presenting James Noble, on clarinet, and Simon Callaghan, on piano, for their next concert.
● Uplyme Village Hall will be hosting a Christmas Coffee Morning on Saturday, December 10, at 10am-noon.
A Sidmouth tae kwon-do student has become the second best in the country after a successful year of competition.
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