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“In Ottery, did CMT a life-size famous son decree,” to adapt one of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s most well-known lines.

Sidmouth Voluntary Services will use a large donation to provide a ‘lovely’ Christmas dinner for its clients.

Top musicians last performed in Sidmouth in 2015 during their first UK tour

Proposals to knock down part of Sidmouth College and build a state-of-the-art science block have been officially submitted.

Two Sidmouth mothers have stepped in to save a Christmas lunch for people facing the festive season on their own.

A Sidmouth businessman is looking to bring his gardening experience to the masses as opening day approaches for his new garden centre.

Shoppers will have the chance to spend thousands of pounds in Ottery as part of a new scheme to boost business in the town.

Relocation to its village site was completed on January 15 - 1929

A father and daughter duo have waved goodbye to all their hair to raise £1,300 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

She and Pete will present an afternoon of happy, foot-tapping jazz

Proposals to stop holding council meetings in Tipton St John came under fire from a member of the public who labelled the idea as a storyline seen out of The Vicar of Dibley.

A commemorative banner marking 100 years of WI activity in Sidford has been boosted by a £1,000 grant towards its celebrations.

A Sidmouth author will debut her seventh book later this month called Pets, People and Places.

Play tells the story of two village gravediggers who delve into long-buried family secrets

Armed police were called and a man arrested during a disturbance in an Ottery home.

A group of super slimmers from Sidmouth who achieved a combined weight-loss of 37 stone have been recognised for their success.

From steam trains to the paranormal, Sidmouth Library will be hosting a range of events in November.

Campaigners have called for land earmarked for a multi-million pound Sidford business park to be taken out of the Local Plan.

The Donkey Sanctuary has received an award from HRH Princess Anne in recognition of their employee training.

‘Shocking’ plans have not been supported by Sidmouth Town Council’s Planning Committee after members of the public came out in force.

The Sid Valley fell silent across Remembrance weekend as thousands gathered to pay their respect in events marking 100 years since the end of World War One.

Kindhearted youngsters are hoping to give a little extra to those in need this Christmas with their own fundraising toy event.

Sidmouth College students have paid their respects with a series of events to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One.

A carer whose partner died when she fell out of her wheelchair in his van has been jailed for dangerous driving.

Shortage of younger male actors has forced drama group to abandon three productions, and now it is holding a crisis meeting

An event showcasing 30 dresses throughout six decades of work by fashion artist Zandra Rhodes is coming to Sidmouth.

Befriending for younger people is among the services a new charity would like to offer if it can secure the finances and volunteers.

Fiona Taylor, of Christopher Piper Wines, discusses Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau

Last Tuesday (November 6) members of the Sidford Brownies troop visited Sidmouth Museum to see some real artefacts from the First World War and gain a better understanding of remembrance.

Hundreds of handmade poppies made by The King’s School will be on display this weekend to mark the centenary of the end of World War One.

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