Sidmouth News

Plans have been submitted to turn a Grade II listed building and former care home into nine apartments.

Online paedophile hunters have reportedly carried out a daytime ‘sting’ in Sidmouth, after a woman allegedly sent ‘graphic’ messages to someone posing as a schoolgirl.

Artist is inspired by local scenery and wildlife

Talk of the great floods of 50 years ago has revived a curious tale of three pigs who got swept away by the surge.

Big plans to extend a Sidmouth school, increasing the number of students it has, have been given the green light by planning chiefs.

Eagle eyed volunteers are hitting the streets of Sidbury to collect data to back claims of increased traffic, large vehicles and speed through the village.

Sidmouth firefighters help to free her

Guests dressed to the nines for a night of music and merriment, helping to raise more than £1,000 for Sidbury Primary School.

Thousands of pounds have been given to good causes, thanks to the hard work of the Salcombe Regis Fair organisers.

It may look like a crime scene but Sherlock Holmes or Poirot won’t be needed – though a visit from Special Branch might be in order.

A burst pipe has caused the closure of a road in Newton Poppleford.

An army of volunteers is needed once again to pick up collection tins at this year’s Red Arrows display.

A farming company and one of their tenants have appeared before a Crown Court judge accused of the corporate manslaughter of a worker who died in a tractor crash.

What’s the history of your business and what does it do?

Three suffer smoke inhalation after gas cooker blaze.

Motorists heading to Ottery will have to avoid Exeter Road as it is shut due to surfacing works for more than a week.

Book lovers unable to leave their home can still pick up the latest novels by their favourite authors thanks to the town’s free home library service.

Thousands of pounds, donated to pay for ‘vital new kit’, will allow the Sid Vale Carnival Club to continue.

Green-fingered volunteers are being urged to come forward to help create a third public garden in the ‘lost’ grounds of Sidholme Hotel.

Fashion parade will help give village hall a makeover

The second of East Devon Music Festival’s concerts in Sidmouth featured the popular ISCA ensemble under Music Director Roger Hendy and featuring pianist Luka Okros as the soloist.

East Devon Walk - Knapp Copse

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Walking in Knapp Copse allows you to explore Roncombe valley

For those looking for a family day out, they need look no further than what is on offer in East Devon

A biker who terrorised council staff in Sidmouth in a row over parking tickets has been ordered to receive help with his previously undiagnosed autism.

A big event paying tribute to a bartender extraordinaire who lived up to his ‘Mad Dog’ moniker will be held in Sidmouth tomorrow (Saturday).

Sidmouth’s famous rubber duckies are busy preparing for the town’s annual Duck Derby, readying themselves to race down the river while spectators cheer them on.

A ‘driving force’ and founder of Sidmouth Lifeboat has been remembered this week for his part setting up lifesaving provisions in the town when it had none.

Budding book worms are being urged to take up this year’s summer holiday Reading Challenge organised by Sidmouth Library.

Speed, agility and teamwork were all on display when Ottery Primary School pupils competed in their annual sports day.

A former university lecturer has been announced as the new president of Otter Valley Rotary Club.

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