East Devon groups added to the colour at this year’s Devon County Show by knitting poppies to remember the fallen of World War One.
War heroes will be able to gain a sense of freedom and adventure on a new, specially adapted tandem thanks to a Honiton-based military charity.
A farming machinery supplier has left Honiton - its home for the last 75 years - for pastures new.
Hunters Lodge junction safety work will see road shut between 8pm and 6am for two weeks from Tuesday, May 30
A panel of horticultural experts from Bicton College for a Gardener’s Question Time event in Offwell this weekend.
With 31 Go Ape adventures nationwide, there are plenty of venues to enjoy new challenges.
Ian and his mum complete their six month project to tidy up the former Seaton Junction station
Steve Green is presented with The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Licensed Centre certificate by Prue Leith
Residents are being urged to help keep A&E free for emergencies over the bank holiday.
A stuffed mammoth, a life-sized My Little Pony and a fake horse’s head - a self-storage provider surveyed its customers to find out the weird and wonderful items that have been left behind on its premises over the years.
The community enterprise has extended its ‘winter shutdown’ after the amount of recycling ‘credits’ it receives for diverting material away from landfill was reduced.
Resort is planning two days of exciting two-wheeled action
Bird and its young force the district council to reschedule demolition work at its former Colyford Road depot
Get your new ration books, available from Monday. On this week in 1944: Take a look at the extracts from the Exmouth Journal printed May 20, 1944.
The defendant also admitted driving with worn tyres.
Millers Farm Shop hosts the annual rogation service
Officers will continue to operate from their Queen Street base until at least 2024
Retired mental health nurse Heather Penwarden said charity Mind had been forced to end its provision in Honiton and support at home was not going to be provided.
Axe Valley and West Dorset Ring and Ride Service recieves a £2,000 donation
Matthew Stevens was sprayed with incapacitating spray after a police officer feared he was going to be assaulted.
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