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Competitors will be taking to the water this weekend as part of a new event supported by the Keith Owen Fund.

A century-old tree that threatens to block the River Sid and cause considerable damage to several homes could be removed with the necessary consent.

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Talented artists and photographers from Sidmouth College showed off their hard work as part of the school’s annual exhibition.

Volunteers have logged more than 2,000 hours helping to make some of East Devon’s nature reserves the finest in the country.

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A man was reported to have suffered head and back injuries today (Friday June 23).

The suggestion came after a photo of youngsters jumping from a marker beacon sparked a debate on the Herald’s Facebook page.

Public support has secured West Hill Primary School a £7,500 grant to spend on new security equipment.

A concerned pensioner from Sidmouth is warning shoppers to be on their guard after scammers tried to use her contactless card.

Sidmouth Consolidated Charities donated the money to the band to put towards its youth section.

Sidmouth will pay tribute to the armed services with a special service on Saturday.

Ottery’s new public toilets are set to open following extensive building works.

Friends have joined forces to help a Sidmouth grandmother keep her garden open to boost worthy causes.

The St John’s School pupil asked if the junior school could wear non-school uniform to raise money for those affected by the tower block fire.

A pair of Sidmouth cancer survivors exceeded expectations raising well over £1,700 with a charity cream tea event.

Dozens of people joined together to celebrate being a community as part of The Big Lunch in Sidmouth.

A Royal Navy commander who was dispatched all over the world before retiring to write plays and pantos in Branscombe was smiling to the end.

The timings have been revealed for a very special flyover in Sidmouth’s airspace this summer to kick off the regatta weekend.

Civic leaders could step in to restore the quintessentially English sight of deckchairs along Sidmouth’s Esplanade – but they will also press to take on other seafront services.

A victory for common sense has been declared after communications bosses agreed to remove equipment that is blocking visibility at a Sidmouth junction.

More than 1,000 children and young people have inputted into a blueprint that will shape the Sid Valley – calling for more wide-ranging jobs and facilities for their age groups.

Who remembers the summer of ‘76 when thousands flocked to the beaches to cool off?

A Bible dating back nearly 300 years is on display at a flower festival in Venn Ottery this weekend after an appeal to bring it back home.

Sidmouth slimmers are reaping the rewards of their weight loss by donating £5,200 worth of unwanted clothes to Cancer Research UK.

The Volunteer Inn is welcoming a special guest chef to take over its kitchen in June and July.

Firefighters responded to a fire alarm at East Devon District Council and a small fire in Newton Poppleford.

A summer event made up of 12 productions, which sold £14,000 worth of tickets within hours of going on sale, will begin on Thursday.

The Sidmouth Literary Festival is nearly upon us.

A ‘perfect’ summer afternoon brought large crowds out to Sidmouth as part of a national initiative.

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