The annual vehicle show at Chanters House, the former family home of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, will take place this year on Sunday, August 25.
A 'summer soiree' for charity, featuring well-loved songs and verse, will take place in the Great Hall of Knightstone Manor.
A survey of people's travelling habits in East Devon suggests a higher than average number of regular cyclists.
A feast for the eyes and the taste buds is on offer at Kennaway House on Saturday, August 17.
A bridegroom wakes on his wedding morning, with his bride-to-be about to arrive any moment, and finds a strange and very attractive girl in bed beside him.
Nearly 400 people struggling with their housing costs had to be helped out by East Devon District Council last year, to the tune of £223,400.
With the final countdown to this year's Beautiful Days festival under way, the organiser has revealed the bands he is most looking forward to seeing.
Tales from Sidmouth's past and stories of present-day residents feature in a special show during the Folk Festival.
As every parent knows, it does not take long for the novelty of the school holidays to wear off, and children to start complaining that they are bored.
Lynx, wolves, zebras, flamingos, red deer and llamas. Not the kind of animals you would spot during a normal country walk in East Devon, but they are here, along with many other creatures, in the area's wildlife and animal attractions.
Reducing the use of bee-harming pesticides and planting more wildflowers and trees are among measures that could be adopted by Devon County Council.
Weird and wonderful fancy dress is among the things that gives Sidmouth Folk Festival its 'vibe', and you do not get much weirder or more wonderful than the annual Sidmouth Horse Trials.
The broadcaster Jeremy Vine has visited the Sid Vale Talking Newspaper, in his capacity as patron, while on holiday in the area with his family.
A popular broadcaster says he is ready to enjoy his summer holiday in Sidmouth.
Jeremy Vine is in the area with his family, and is looking forward to the Folk Festival.
Two thousand pounds has been donated to three local charities, thanks to this year's corporate duck race organised by Sidmouth Lions Club.
The Otter Vale Art Society's annual exhibition - a showcase of its members' best work of the year - runs from Friday, August 9 until Saturday 17.
A 2040 target date for becoming carbon neutral has been agreed by East Devon District Council - 10 years earlier than the target set by Devon County Council.
An art exhibition designed 'to create something happy in the world' opens at Kennaway House on Saturday, August 3.
Beer Quarry Caves, lit by candlelight, will be the unusual venue for a folk concert on Wednesday, July 31.
'Splashstick' acrobatics reach new heights at Crealy
"Hugely impressed" was among the comments from one of the South West in Bloom judges who visited Beer on Thursday, July 18.
As the schools break up for the summer, parents will be laying secret bets with themselves on how soon their kids are going to start complaining of boredom.
This is Flossy, originally brought in to Axhayes Cats Protection as a stray when she was pregnant. She went on to have five healthy kittens, all of which have found new homes, leaving Flossy behind.
Axhayes Cats Protection are keen to get their paws on some more money to help cats and kittens from across East Devon.
Two bestselling writers of feel-good summer reads will share the secrets of writing the perfect novel at Kennaway House.
Murder is on the mind in the next play of the Sidmouth Summer Play Festival - Double Death.
There are plenty of good reasons to go out ballroom dancing - and you don't have to be of 'Strictly' standard.
Pete Allen's band will be playing in the Music Room at Sidholme Hotel on Sunday, July 21.
Blackie is looking for a special home after being returned to Axhayes in May because his owner was going into care.
Noel Coward's Present Laughter, currently being performed in London's West End, is also on now in Sidmouth as part of the Summer Play Festival.
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