Local drama group present a murder whodunnit based in Sidbury
A public meeting has been called to find ways to maintain Sidmouth’s ‘vibrant economy’ in the wake of recent bank closures.
Devon County Council has declared a ‘climate emergency’ but rejected calls to set a target of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
Devon and Cornwall Police plan to hike council tax by £24 a year, to pay for more 85 more police officers on the streets.
The head of Sidmouth College says its proposed new classroom block will ‘make all the difference’ after it was backed by planning officers this week.
Council tax in Devon will rise by nearly four per cent as part of a budget that will see more money spent on children’s services, adult social care and roads.
Channel 4’s Location, Location, Location is looking for Devon house hunters to take part in its new series.
An award winning farm manager will not face a retrial over the death of a young tractor driver who was killed in a trailer accident.
An application on the site of the former Salston Manor Hotel, for 16 new houses built, has not received backing from Ottery Town Council.
Prospective candidates can learn about what it takes to become a councillor ahead of May’s town and district council elections.
The Red Arrows are unlikely to return to Sidmouth this summer, but the search is on to find an alternative attraction to grace the skies instead.
Children with special educational needs and mental health issues are set to benefit from millions of more pounds in funding.
These alpacas will be fielded to help raise funds in preparation for the cricket season.
A special edition of Monopoly following a rescue donkey’s journey to a sanctuary has been launched by a Sidmouth charity.
There are plenty of things to look forward to, with big plans in the works, at a Sidmouth community centre.
Everything you need for planning your perfect wedding, all under one roof
Sidmouth Town are on the road tomorrow (Saturday) with a South West Peninsula League Eastern Division engagement at Teignmouth.
Another busy week for Sidmouth bowlers began with the ladies contesting a County Lane League meeting with neighbouring Budleigh, writes Carol Smith.
Ottery St Mary will seek to make a swift return to winning ways tomorrow (Saturday) when they make the short trip to Budleigh Salterton Reserves for their next Macron League Division Three fixture.
Otterton are in Stantaway action tomorrow (Saturday) when they entertain Newton St Cyres, who beat them 3-0 when they met in Mid Devon last weekend.
Tom Malone’s seven-year-old gelding, The Last But One, achieved the unusual feat of winning two races at Wadebridge on Saturday, where the card also featured a double for the Dean Summersby yard, writes Granville Taylor.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s 2nd XI ended a run of seven successive defeats in their South East One campaign with a 2-1 win at West Dorset.
Tipton St John can move to within three points of fifth placed Newtown if they can beat them when they entertain them tomorrow (February 23).
A large field ventured out and played the Friday Stableford at Sidmouth last week as the dry weather enticed golfers onto the fairways again after a soggy few days, writes Hugh Dorliac.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s 1st XI maintained their grip on a Southern One top two berth as they defeated PGSOB 5-0.
Ottery Under-13s returned to winning ways, defeating visiting North Tawton 4-1 to move up to fifth in the Exeter and District Youth League Division One table.
A Dartmoor couple who have dedicated their lives to championing Clydesdale horses have just 11 days left to raise enough money in order to secure them a permanent new home, writes Lucy Johnson.
On Wednesday, Sidmouth ladies played the sixth and final round of the Rose Bowl and Basket competition, writes Maria Clapp.
On Wednesday evening, Sidmouth Running Club’s ambassador, Jo Pavey MBE, was welcomed by chairman Terry Bewes to the weekly club night meet-up, writes Hamish Spence.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies’ 1st XI went out of the Devon Cup, beaten 6-4 by Okehampton.
The penultimate Saturday of February saw 14 Mighty Greens take part in the Exmouth Parkrun, writes Rob Edwards.
Enjoy a cup of coffee and some classical music, while supporting the Sidmouth Town Band
Aged just 23, he came third in last year’s Leeds International Piano Competition
Tickets on sale now for this year’s week of folk music and dance in August, and dozens of acts have been announced
Johannes Moser is the BSO’s artist in residence for this concert featuring music by Haydn, Grieg, Mozart and Jonathan Leshnoff
Event will raise money for a ‘fighting fund’ after appeal was lodged against refusal of planning permission
A departure from the ensemble’s usual classical programming; the concert included light orchestral music, jazz, and a new work by a young Exeter composer
The show combines the stories of Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs
Punches will be traded and money will be raised at a charity boxing night being held in Honiton next month.
Talented young classical guitarist “thrilled” the audience at Sidmouth Music Series concert
Expert spoke on the history of self-portraiture and the lives of Rembrandt and Van Gogh
Nigel Broome says high quality productions, supported by good audiences, will ensure that amateur theatre continues to thrive
Rock, reggae, folk and much more - something for everyone as the 2019 line-up is announced
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