All household waste recycling centres have been closed in Devon until further notice.
If your household is affected by coronavirus, any waste materials that you come in to contact with must be handled carefully, East Devon District Council has said.
A Sidmouth pub is doing everything it can to support its community.
A Devon charity is urgently appealing to the community after losing a predicted £1million due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A package of temporary, timely and targeted measures to support public services, people and businesses through the Covid-19 outbreak have been laid out by the Chancellor.
A Sidmouth minister who is self-isolating for 12 weeks in a holiday let has spoken out about how the Covid-19 outbreak has affected him.
An Ottery man showed his appreciation for staff at the NHS by cutting his lawn in a distinctive style.
Ottery businesses are doing their best to adapt, offering take-away services and delivery to those who need it most.
Free beer was given away by one village pub to help raise money for the NHS.
The all-day £2 winter car parking tariff has been extended until May.
The town has been urged to keep in touch with Sid Valley Radio so it can keep families and residents up to date.
District council bosses have outlined the need to work together in order to meet the demands created by the coronavirus outbreak.
The town’s department store ‘Fields of Sidmouth’ is closed until further notice.
Sidmouth’s Good Friday Hot Cross Bun giveaway has been cancelled for the first time in its history.
Sidmouth College has confirmed that it will be closed to all pupils except ‘children of key workers and the most vulnerable’ from Monday, March 23.
A directory of help schemes aimed at helping the town’s most vulnerable residents has been put together by Sidmouth Town Council amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Graffiti gulls have been cropping up around Sidmouth.
Sidmouth Sergeant Andy Squires will wave farewell after 25 years on the police force at the end of this month.
Sidmouth youngsters were dressed to impress this World Book Day.
Sidmouth children have been busy helping to plant a community orchard in Sidmouth.
The purchase of the Knapp nature reserve has been finalised.
A plant fair and painting competitions are just some of the attractions that will be at the town’s annual Daffodil Day celebrations.
A small cave and steps that haven’t been seen for years were revealed on Sidmouth beach in the aftermath of Storm Dennis.
The whole town is gearing up to back two brave women, marking Wear A Hat Day with a whole host of events to raise money for Brain Tumour Research.
A ban on feeding seagulls and anti-social behaviour in certain areas in Sidmouth town centre could be extended for another three years.
Have you ever heard of a gong bath?
Sid Valley Help is offering training session on how to apply for National Lottery grants.
A reading list of children’s books, picked to help youngsters understand their feelings and worries and cope with tough times, has been launched at Sidmouth Library.
Sidmouth’s annual pancake day race will return to the seafront next week.
Tributes have been paid to well-known Sidbury man Tom King.
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