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Exeter Crown Court

Last chance for samurai sword man

A man who terrified shoppers in Sidmouth with a samurai sword has been given a final chance to stay out of jail after agreeing to cooperate with the mental health service.

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Pupils at Sidbury Primary School show off their two awards

Pupils sow seeds of success with Rotary

Green-fingered pupils at Sidbury Primary School have been rewarded for their hard work with awards in a gardening competition organised by the Rotary Club of Sidmouth.

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Manor Road Car Park

Sidmouth residents blighted by boy racers

Police are putting the brakes on ‘thoughtless and selfish’ boyracers who have been keeping Sidmouth homeowners awake into the early hours for years.

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Phil Selway, from an interview with the Herald on the 60th anniversary of VE Day in 2005.

Researchers uncover Branscombe’s ‘secret war’

Researchers have uncovered the secret stories of the fearless Branscombe villagers who would have fought off German invaders during World War Two.

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Winged wreckers

Monday, July 14, 4-5.15am, what a wonderful sky – such dramatic clouds of red and lines of lightly coloured blue. It had to be seen to be believed!

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Members of the Sidmouth Surf Life Saving Club give a demonstration of their skills on Saturday. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref shs 9566-30-14SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders

GALLERY: HQ handed to Sidmouth’s young life savers

A massive crowd gathered on Sidmouth seafront to stare at the surf on Saturday, but it wasn’t an emergency – it was a celebration.

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Health News

Feedback identifies ‘gaps’ in healthcare reforms

Feedback from a public consultation has identified ‘gaps’ in a document outlining proposals for major changes to the way healthcare is provided in Devon.

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Pupils at Sidbury Primary School show off their two awards

Pupils sow seeds of success with Rotary

Green-fingered pupils at Sidbury Primary School have been rewarded for their hard work with awards in a gardening competition organised by the Rotary Club of Sidmouth.

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Local Charity News

The Woolly Wednesday Knitting Group showed their supprot for the new Honiton Hospiscare build. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mha 6982-27-14AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders

Day hospice appeal reaches half way mark

The East Devon Day Hospice Appeal has reached the half way mark after a staggering rise in donations.

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