The girls from 1st Sidmouth Brownies took a trip to London to take in the sights of the big city.
Mike Jory teaches how to paints farm animals in simple steps
Young clarinettist joins Isca Ensemble for a ‘bold’ concert programme
Thriving, popular venues provide a range of entertainment and give local drama groups a place to perform
Would you like to see a 3D zebra crossing in your area?
Each week the Herald will be featuring a business to help readers get to know the people who make the town special. This week concentrates on Sidmouth Design Co at Old Station Yard, in Alexandria Road, owned by Edward Willis Fleming.
A military veteran with a tale to tell about life during the Blitz bombings has celebrated his 107th birthday.
He will speak about his work, and afterwards the launch of a book about Branscombe’s pubs will be launched
A former Ottery student will be rubbing shoulders with the likes of Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper and Olivia Coleman next month after being nominated for an Oscar.
The Radio 2 presenter has agreed to visit the Talking Newspaper team and support their “wonderful” work in any way he can
Fundraisers are calling on the community to leave their hat on for one whole week to boost a Sidmouth teenager’s efforts to fund brain tumour research.
A cyclist is set to push himself to the limits by riding 300km from London to Paris in a day to support the fundraising efforts of a Sidmouth teenager.
Owners can nominate their cats for awards recognising their devotion, companionship or courage
Sidmouth could be getting two new blue plaques after plans were submitted to the town council.
The popular Isca Ensemble will get its new season of concerts under way with a special blockbuster.
Sidmouth’s first fitness and wellbeing expo will bring some of East Devon’s best health and exercise businesses to the area.
Sidmouth is home to Devon’s largest ever fatberg, but what is a ‘fatberg’?
More needs to be done to ensure people are safe when using private holiday lets in Sidmouth, through websites such as AirBnB.
Labour will accuse David Cameron of “ducking” the chance to explain how he would fund generous Tory manifesto pledges as his rivals prepare to square up for another televised debate.
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