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School children took to the drawing board to produce colourful creations for an estate agent’s Christmas card competition.

A popular pizzeria is inspiring adventurous diners to dive in and taste its new seaweed flavoured dish, harvested from Sidmouth seafront.

A collie who has spent most of his life in a kennel is in desperate need of a forever home this Christmas.

A plea has been issued to anyone who can donate a gift for the Sidmouth Community Christmas Day Lunch.

Contemporary and quirky gifts are flying off the shelves after the reopening of a popular card and gift shop.

Treating patients like family and excellent service has bagged the team at Sidmouth Hospital a top award.

Nature reserve managers are appealing for the public’s views as they plan for the future of the valued open space.

Sidmouth College’s annual Christmas tree carry was a tree-mendous success as pupils joined forces to take on the festive tradition.

There will be Christmas cheer galore and plenty of favourite carols to sing along at a concert in Sidmouth this weekend.

Audiences are being asked to join the Exeter Little Theatre Company (ELTC) this Christmas for their retelling of the classic Robin Hood tale.

Another evening of dancing and jazz has been promised for when the Pete Allen Jazz Band return to Sidmouth.

A children’s book, written to encourage the next generation to love, respect and protect our planet, has been published by a Sidmouth mum.

Local pubs in the Sidmouth area have been selected as some of the finest in the land.

The number of people using food banks in the Sid Valley has more than doubled in the last six months.

Speeding cars travelling through Sidbury will soon have to watch out.

East Devon’s MP has pledged his support to save young lives as part of a leading charity’s calls for free heart screenings.

The sea foam at Sidmouth covered parts of the Esplanade making for quite a sight on Thursday morning (December 13).

Bells, music and shop tills rang out on as businesses kept their doors open for festive fun as late night shopping returned to Sidmouth.

Sidmouth has been warned to be prepared for potentially one of the hardest, coldest winters in eight years.

An alleged hammer attacker was found with a note in his pocket setting out how he planned to lie in wait for his victim, a court heard.

A Sidmouth guide group paid a visit to the library to solve puzzles and design posters as part of National Libraries Week.

A dealer who sold drugs openly in sight of shoppers and families has been jailed after being caught in a series of police stings.

Budding bakers who fancy showing off their festive baking skills are being called upon by the charity Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF).

Resident parking could soon be introduced in the centre of Sidmouth.

The death of a man in his 80s, who was found in the River Otter, is not being treated as suspicious.

The generosity and kind will of residents who have donated to the foodbank has been praised.

The body of a man has been found in the river at Newton Poppleford.

Permission is being sought to build houses on land, previously set aside for a new doctors’ surgery in Newton Poppleford.

The body of a man has been reportedly seen in the river in Newton Poppleford.

An elderly couple injured in a serious collision near Sidmouth are inviting those that came to their aid for a cup of tea to say thank you.

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