A successful blues, roots and folk music festival took place recently at Woodbury’s Malsters Arms.
Ofsted has give staff at Branscombe Pre-school top marks for their “innovative and exciting programme” after their latest inspection.
Sidmouth’s Green Close is being offered for tender and could reopen as a care home, offer other social care – or be converted into housing.
The welfare of an endangered bat population at East Devon District Council’s Knowle site could be in jeopardy if planned building works go ahead, say worried residents.
Hopes of creating a new community hub and premises for Ottery Library have been dashed as county councillors ‘dug in their feet’ over conditions.
Police have issued the all-clear after suspicious packages found in Exeter city centre have been safely dealt with.
Parts of Exeter city centre remain out of bounds after suspicious packages were found this morning (Monday).
Police are urging people not to drive into Exeter city centre while an investigation into two suspicious packages is ongoing.
A town councillor is calling for a clampdown on heavy vehicles causing excessive congestion on Ottery’s roads.
The Tiverton Balloon and Music Festival 2015 is only two weeks away.
There wasn’t a dry eye in the house when the five fundraising Sid Valley Cyclo-paths arrived at Land’s End – where their combined 4,500 miles earned them a hero’s welcome.
Dr Louise Knight, a partner in the town’s GP practice responsible for older people’s mental health, is among those supporting the £100,000 appeal to bring an Admiral Nurse to the Sid Valley.
A Sidmouth College PE teacher is setting a stellar example for his pupils as he begins training for his first full Ironman Triathlon.
Cooking enthusiasts have an exciting opportunity to prove their culinary skills as the hunt for the South West Junior Chef of the Year gets under way.
Nature-lovers are in for a treat now that a wildlife garden that was many months in the making has sprung into life.
Devon and Cornwall Police has thanked the public for their help in finding 14-year-old Lydia Robinson.
A Sidmouth chapel has led the way to become the first church in Devon to offer same-sex marriages.
Sidmouth risks losing more quality shops and hotels if parking cannot be brought under control, the owner of one of the town’s oldest businesses has warned.
Cyclists need to be reminded that they are not allowed down a town footpath, insists a retired teacher after several close calls.
The birth of baby beavers on the River Otter has been taken as proof that England’s only wild colony feels ‘very much at home’.
A solicitor, who lost his father to kidney cancer, puts his own survival of the disease down to medical advances – and has committed to climb 20,000ft to raise cash for further research.
Volunteers have criticised the ‘actions of the minority’ after two incidents of vandalism caused more than £200 of damage.
An appeal to bring an Admiral Nurse to the valley has been given a £10,000 boost by Sidmouth Hospiscare.
A paralysed mum-of-four will be reunited with her family before Christmas after an anonymous benefactor donated £15,000 to her appeal.
Land once deemed worthless went under the hammer to net the 1st Sid Vale Scouts £90,000 – ‘gobsmacking’ their leaders and smashing the target for their new HQ.
As Sheelagh Pearson opens the door of her pretty terraced house in Sidmouth town centre and welcomes me in, there’s no hint of the musical heights she scaled more than 60 years ago.
Members of Sidford Women’s Institute (WI) have contributed a bench to the community to commemorate the organisation’s 100th anniversary.
A Sidmouth man has been sentenced to five years and seven months in prison for his part in an organised crime gang that brought cocaine and heroin to Exeter.
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