Beer Film Society is celebrating after being given a commendation at the Cinema For All 2020 Film Society of the Year Awards.
Remotely piloted aircraft could be used in search and rescue operations in Lyme Bay, if current trials prove successful.
Beer Film Society has been shortlisted in the prestigious community cinema ‘Oscars’ competition.
Beer Action Group has been busy supporting Seaton and District Hospital League of Friends this summer - raising £3,425.34 for Seaton Hospiscare@Home service.
Beer Regatta Week, forced to go ahead as virtual event this year because of Covid-19, has been hailed a big success.
Beer Regatta Week is under way as a virtual event this year because of Covid-19.
Beer Buffs’ annual appeal resulted in a cheque for £1,500 being presented to The Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).
Children from across East Devon have been taking part in on-line dance classes during lockdown.
East Devon District Council will be re-opening a further 12 play areas from Monday (July 27) following the relaxation of restrictions around the coronavirus lockdown.
Beer’s model railway visitor attraction - Pecorama - is to remain closed for the rest of the 2020 season.
Police want to reunite items seized during a burglary investigation in the Sidmouth area with their potential owners.
The first Devon hospitality businesses to be awarded an AA Covid Confident accreditation ahead of lockdown restrictions beginning to ease tomorrow (Saturday, July 4) have been announced.
Mixing drinking alcohol with going to sea could prove a fatal cocktail, coastguards are warning - as thousands are expected to head for Devon’s beaches this weekend.
East Devon District Council’s beach huts and chalets will re-open from Saturday (July 4), in line with the government’s relaxation of lockdown rules.
News that pubs, restaurants and hairdressers across East Devon will be able to reopen on Saturday (July 4) has been welcomed in East Devon by Neil Parish MP.
Award-winning south west artist Adrian Sykes will stage a solo exhibition of his work at Marine House, Beer, next month.
Devon and Cornwall Police issued 989 fixed penalty notices in relation to breaches of COVID-19 legislation in the past two months.
Former Axminster mayor Douglas Hull, one of East Devon’s longest serving local councillors, died over the Bank Holiday weekend.
A dozen East Devon Coronavirus-related projects have received vital cash aid.
A dog died after falling from cliffs at Beer yesterday (Wednesday, May 6).
Devon Air Ambulance is resuming operations today (Wednesday May 6).
Colyton Grammar School has comfortably retained its ‘outstanding’ rating following a visit by education inspectors.
Devon county councillor Martin Shaw is recommending families should check out a free information book explaining coronavirus to children.
A massive cliff fall has blocked the beach between Branscombe and Weston Mouth, east of Sidmouth.
The empty kitchens at Otter Garden Centres have been put to good use to support local schools needing meals for children still attending.
The Melplash Agricultural Show - one of the area’ s biggest summer attractions, attended by thousands of visitors - has been cancelled.
Here’s a sight you don’t expect to see in an East Devon village - a kookaburra whose native home is 12,000 miles away in Australia.
Devon and Cornwall Police has asked that people do not make journeys to its force area this weekend, nor next weekend which is the Easter Bank Holiday, unless essential.
Firefighters from Seaton and two crews from Sidmouth were called to a two-storey property in Branscombe today (Wednesday, April 1) after reports that there was smoke in an attic.
A selection of much-loved National Theatre live productions is to be made available to watch on YouTube for free over the next two months.