The tenant of a Sidmouth allotment that was described as an ‘eyesore’ by a person living nearby has reassured residents that the plot will eventually look ‘lovely’.
Sidmouth and Ottery churches are using the Internet to reach out to their congregations during the coronavirus lockdown.
Nearly 200 smiling hat wearers shared their selfies online in a virtual ‘gathering’ for Sidmouth Wear A Hat Week.
After being forced to stay indoors or close to home for weeks, a group of Sidmouth residents have finally enjoyed a taste of freedom.
This year’s Sidmouth In Bloom competition has been cancelled because of the coronavirus, but organisers are sowing the seeds for better times in the future.
A Sidmouth restaurant has started a delivery service in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sidmouth’s food bank is preparing for a rise in demand as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
The fire service is urging communities to reduce demands on public services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
There is uncertainty over this year’s Sidmouth Classic Car Show because of the coronavirus.
Sidmouth’s Wear A Hat Week events may have had to be cancelled because of the coronavirus, but the ‘decorate a hat’ competition is still going strong.
Today’s traditional Mothering Sunday church services have been called off because of the coronavirus – as is the case for all services until further notice.
Help and support during the coronavirus crisis is being offered to the Sidmouth community by the local branch of Waitrose.
Sidmouth lifeboat station is closed because of the coronavirus, but the crew remain on call 24/7 and will respond to emergencies.
People having to self-isolate in the Sid Vale, because of the coronavirus, are being offered home deliveries by many local shops and businesses.
The King’s School in Ottery St Mary has confirmed that it will be closed to all pupils except ‘children of key workers and the most vulnerable’ from Monday, March 23.
‘No-one should be going through this alone’ is the message from Ottery St Mary’s network of community volunteers.
Sidmouth’s Wear A Hat mass gathering on the seafront has been cancelled because of the coronavirus.
All services at Ottery St Mary Parish Church have been suspended because of the coronavirus, in keeping with the guidance from the Church of England.
A sold-out talk in Sidmouth by the Bergerac and Midsomer Murders star, John Nettles, has been postponed because of the coronavirus.
A weekend of events in Sidmouth to mark the 75th anniversary of VE day has been cancelled because of the coronavirus – but are expected to take place at a later date.
Sidmouth business leaders are to raise their concerns ahbout the economic effect of the coronavirus with the East Devon MP, Simon Jupp.
Some of Sidmouth’s Wear A Hat Week events have been cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Eighty-one years after his parents spent their honeymoon at a guest house in Ottery St Mary, Lawrence Forrester made a ‘moving’ visit to the same spot.
‘Preserving the past, and looking to the future’ is the aim of a new trust being set up to channel funds into projects to benefit Sidmouth and its residents.
Jazz band leader Pete Allen has cancelled his concert on Sunday, March 22, at the Sidholme Hotel Music Room.
Communities across East Devon will be commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday, May 8.
Entries are being invited for Sidmouth In Bloom’s spring floral competition, and you do not need to be an expert gardener to be in with a chance of winning a prize.
‘Rapid decisions’ will have to be made on how to protect Devon’s most vulnerable residents at the height of the coronavirus outbreak, according to the chief executive of the county council.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Devon now stands at 21.
Climate change, food production, energy and the built environment are among the issues that will be explored in a project looking at ways to make the Sid Vale more sustainable over the next 10 years.
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