The incident happened at 12.46pm on Friday, November 27.
Following months of problems as a result of its leaky roof, Upottery Pre-school’s committee secured a local grant of £2,000 from Devon County Council in September, through Cllr Paul Diviani.
Pupils at an Axminster primary school have the chance to perform at Exeter Cathedral, if they get enough votes.
The service, formerly known as the Tree of Light, will include a mixture of carols and readings.
The Seaton Friends Hospiscare @ Home Team service means patients no longer need to travel to the Exeter hospice to receive treatment, instead the hospice goes to them.
The move was part of ‘The Big Sleep Out 2015’, fronted by homelessness charity Trinity.
Graham Long, a parish councillor in Upottery, has warned that delays in securing a contract to install more fibre-optic cables could lead to businesses leaving rural areas - and problems for homeowners trying to sell their properties.
Oil industry worker Neil Messent also admitted production of cannabis and possession of class C drugs and was jailed for a total of two years.
The incident happened at Raymond’s Hill earlier today (Thursday), at 3.07pm.
The incident took place in Honiton Lidl car park on Wednesday, November 25.
The Budleigh Salterton Committee for Cancer Research UK is holding an Evening In India on Saturday, November 28, at 7pm in the Public Hall.
The youngsters, aged 10 to 11 years old, visited East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) offices at Knowle in Sidmouth, as part of national Takeover Challenge Day.
AFTER many postponements, Cranbrook railway station will finally open on Sunday, December 13.
Parents are also being invited to participate in a Race for Life run taking place tomorrow (Thursday).
The incident happened at 3.27am on Monday, November 23, outside Honiton Family Church.
IN A significant development in the proposals to locate a large gypsy and traveller site in Cranbrook, East Devon MP Hugo Swire has urged East Devon District Council to rethink its plans.
Mayor Caroline Kolek, mace bearer Dave Retter and other dignitaries attended a special service, before enjoying a lunch.
The students were able to broaden their contextual awareness and understanding as they were prompted about their own thoughts on the selected exhibits.
A competition has been launched by Honiton company AG Signs to find 24 faces to be part of a festive garage display in Dowell Street.
Shoe Zone bosses confirmed the store will close at Christmas. A spokesman for the national retailer says the closure is due to the lease of the building expiring,
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