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The girls from 1st Sidmouth Brownies took a trip to London to take in the sights of the big city.

She will be giving the first of this year’s Meet The Author talks at Kennaway House

Guest trombonist Kevin Grenfell joins Pete Allen and his band for an afternoon of jazz in Sidmouth

A series of four afternoon talks on interesting historical subjects at Kennaway House, starting with Wining and Dining in Antiquity

The town will hopefully become a sea of hats when Charlotte’s Army of fundraisers take part in the big Wear a Hat Day.

East Devon District Council has written to the housing minister Kit Malthouse, calling on the Government to fulfil its pledge to streamline the complaints system

A bid to clean up all the cigarette butts in Sidmouth has been launched by the town’s plastic warriors.

A Sidmouth child has come up with a creative way to stop people leaving behind dog poo.

A petition calling on Brexit to be scrapped has been signed by more than 2,000 East Devon residents.

A Sidbury farmer is taking extra steps to produce healthier lambs this spring.

New houses could be built in the car park of Sidford’s Blue Ball Inn after a planning application was submitted to East Devon District Council.

An idea to install a loading bay in a town centre street is being looked into by a highways chief.

Each week the Herald will be featuring a local business and this week we hear from Sharon Hobson who owns Flutterbys.

There is no doubt that by virtually basing itself in Sidmouth, the Isca Ensemble, under the direction of Roger Hendy, has brought a great musical boost to the town.

With local elections taking place in May, the people of Ottery are being encouraged to run for a place on the town council.

The shock closure of a Sidmouth care home has been confirmed.

A Sidmouth woman has been forced to install cameras outside of her home after her and husband’s cars were splashed with paint thinner.

Your council tax is going up but why?

Archant has launched Local Impact, a digital advertising service tailored to the online market

Hundreds of children in Devon are not fully vaccinated against MMR, as the NHS warned vaccine deniers are gaining traction on social media.

A charter is being drawn up as part of a long term vision to make Sidmouth the country’s first ‘mental health friendly town’.

Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez says there will be an extra 85 officers by the end of 2020

In his latest column, Sir Hugo Swire has been sharing his thoughts on the rise in knife crime

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.

Nominations are now open for the county’s biggest tourism awards.

A Sidmouth grandmother has published her first novel at the age of 74.

The life of a Sidmouth fisherman is the subject of a new community play which will be showcased at Sea Fest this year.

The town’s ‘samosa lady’ has big plans to help the homeless and to hold a Festival of Colour in Ottery.

‘Scintillating’ string quartet make third visit to Sidmouth

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