The hard work of a terminally ill mum, who set up a charity to help others with life-limiting illnesses get married, was recognised on national television.
Unwanted items in two charity shops were given a much-needed makeover as textiles students put their skills to the test.
Dad-of-two Ralph Leadbetter has been waiting for this family photo for almost a year because of a long-running immigration battle.
Ongoing problems with speeding on Ottery’s outskirts have prompted residents to call for action - ‘before there is a fatality’.
Man, 21, arrested in relation to Ladymead incident
It is full steam ahead for Ottery’s community hub as its success is reflected in more than 100 competition entries to design a new logo.
Beer Primary School ‘is in safe hands’, says its outgoing headteacher.
The owners of a popular Sidmouth restaurant say they are ‘going out on a high’ after it was named one of the best places to eat at in the country.
A couple who embarked on a whirlwind two-year mission of marathon running and mountain climbing have donated their latest fundraising efforts to the Devon Freewheelers.
Blackmore Gardens was buzzing all day as the Sid Valley Rotary Club’s summer fair returned in Saturday’s brilliant sunshine.
This haunting image has left concert-goers wondering whether they weren’t the only ones enjoying the music – as a spooky shape resembling a ghost seemingly photo-bombs the shot.
A range of good causes have received a welcome cash boost thanks to a record breaking year at Sidmouth’s annual duck derby.
Fire crews were called to tackle a major corn field blaze on Sidmouth’s coast path this morning (Friday).
Girl guiding leaders in the Sid Valley are urgently on the lookout for someone to step in to watch over the area’s groups.
And we’re off… The sun is shining as the clans gather for the summer holiday festival of 2015 and Sidmouth FolkWeek gets underway.
A ten-month legal wrangle over the release of confidential district council documents came to a close this week, after a judge made a final ruling on the disclosure of classified relocation reports.
Crews from Sidmouth were called to reports of a property fire in the town this morning (Thursday).
Paramedics are treating a casualty at the scene in Gold Street
Sidmouth Lifeboat launched this afternoon (Wednesday) following concerns for the safety of two adults and five children.
Gypsies are being blocked from occupying land that adjoins East Devon’s Pebblebed Heaths in an ‘unprecedented’ move to protect the environmentally sensitive area.
A full complement of murals depicting life in our seaside resort is in place thanks to the hard work of Sidmouth College artists.
Police are carrying out enquiries following a vehicle blaze in the early hours of this morning.
A farmer is warning people to be aware of potential dangers on public footpaths after he said a runner caused his cattle to stampede.
Forgetting any mythical connotations, mention of The Mermaid evokes one thing for a certain generation – flares, groovy tunes and the most happening place in town.
A volunteer who helped secure funding for Newton Poppleford’s play park says parents have a ‘social and moral responsibility’ to clear-up their rubbish.
Sidmouth’s longest-serving town councillor has resigned after 30 years’ service because he found it ‘impossible’ to deal with colleagues who ‘publicly humiliated’ his wife.
A pair of tattooists will be holding a unique fundraising event to help a cause that is close to their hearts.
The Red Arrows could be secured for next year if every Sid Valley resident gave just £1.
The ‘creativity and innovation’ of hard-working volunteers havs seen them showered with praise by South West In Bloom judges.
A grandfather-of-five is appealing for £50,000 so he can continue his charity’s good work in Africa – because he has no plans to retire any time soon.
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