A charter is being drawn up as part of a long term vision to make Sidmouth the country’s first ‘mental health friendly town’.
Exciting new plans to refurbish Sidmouth’s ‘tired’ and ‘outdated’ youth centre have been revealed.
Each week the Herald will be featuring a local business and this week we hear from sister-in-laws Tracy Kensdale & Stefanie Churchill-Matthews of Keeping It Vintage.
The life of a Sidmouth fisherman is the subject of a new community play which will be showcased at Sea Fest this year.
A former hairdressing apprentice has taken the helm of her first business, at the very salon she started her career in.
Executives behind a plan for a regional South West bank have been quizzed about its values, provisions and potential branch locations.
Chants of ‘go green’ echoed through the streets of Sidmouth as students decided to walk out as part of a nationwide strike to protest climate change.
A five-year-old plastic warrior has been rewarded for his hard work to clean up a Sidmouth play area.
A safe environment for older people when they have nowhere to turn or are lonely has been praised by Sidmouth Town Council.
A trio of young slimmers, who have lost more than 10 stone between them, have each been crowned for their weight-loss efforts.
Sidmouth Town Band was top of the brass at the weekend to win a place at the national finals.
Sidmouth cemetery could expand as part of a review into burial plots in the district.
A teenager has been arrested in connection with a burglary at a Sidmouth shop.
Sidmouth Chamber of Commerce has appointed a new chairman and vice chairman.
Sidmouth’s Hopper Bus will be returning for an extra eight days this year, including during the town’s folk festival for the first time.
Devon officially has the best pasty in the country after an Ottery based business won the biggest prize at the British Pie Awards.
A choir of 180 talented young singers performed to a sell-out audience of proud parents after a collaboration between Sidmouth College and neighbouring primary schools.
A decision on an application to build two new houses on land previously set aside for a new doctors’ surgery in Newton Poppleford has been deferred.
Sidmouth’s geology will be the topic of discussion at this year’s Bob Symes lecture.
Music GCSE will not be available to study at Sidmouth College next year.
Escalating installation costs have forced a project to install town-wide CCTV to be shelved.
A Sidmouth shop providing mobility equipment and disability aids will shut at the end of the month.
The death of a man found in a hotel swimming pool is not being treated as suspicious.
A drive has been launched ahead of the upcoming election to get new blood into Sidmouth Town Council.
Why not try our World Book Day quiz while you glance through our gallery?
Dog walkers are being urged to keep their pets on leads after a record number of attacks on sheep at a Sidmouth farm.
A fundraising ceilidh has raised more than £540 for a campaign against a proposed business park development.
A historic department store has a ‘bright future’ despite challenging retail conditions says its owners in the wake of closure announcements.
Senior health representatives say they have a ‘shared purpose’ to meet people’s needs as part of talks about the future of Ottery Hospital.
A legacy project set up to reward hard working students has donated more than £1,200 to fund this year’s trip.
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