An emergency fund to help working donkey and mule owners in Africa, Asia and the Americas following the coronavirus outbreak has been launched by Sidmouth-based charity The Donkey Sanctuary.
The volunteers from Sidmouth Arboretum are checking out some of the miles of hedgerow across the valley to assess their health and contribution to our environment, writes Ed Dolphin.
What will you be doing to celebrate England’s greatest county when Devon Day returns on Thursday, June 4?
A new gourmet burger service has been launched in Sidmouth.
Following on from the widespread closures of public spaces in the early days of the coronavirus outbreak, East Devon District Council has reopened the vast majority of its parks and gardens.
Coronavirus Community Lifelines are being offered in Sidmouth to support those who need help.
Help is available for residents in Sidmouth during the coronavirus outbreak, and the Herald has put together this handy guide.
The camera club takes home the Horsehoe Trophy at major photo competition in Kilmington.
Thirteen new cases of the deadly dog disease Alabama Rot have been confirmed, two of which are in Devon - Sidmouth and Honiton.
Jurassic Physio offers those confined to their homes the chance to maintain their fitness.
This year’s Sidmouth In Bloom competition has been cancelled because of the coronavirus, but organisers are sowing the seeds for better times in the future.
Rehearsals are now in full swing for Sidmouth Musical Theatre’s next production – Sister Act – which takes place in June.
It’s time to dust off those flares, smear on the blue eyeliner and get ready to sing-a-long to some of Abba’s greatest hits at the Manor Pavilion Theatre, this weekend.
Sidmouth children have been busy helping to plant a community orchard in Sidmouth.
The purchase of the Knapp nature reserve has been finalised.
The Sid Vale Association and the National Trust Sidmouth Centre will be joining forces in March to present a lecture in memory of Bob Symes.
Readers have been writing to the Sidmouth Herald. Here is a selection of their letters.
A Sidmouth business is offering and unusual Mothering Sunday gift, with the chance to book a session at a gin school.
Sidmouth Sea Fest 2020 will be at a different location and will be focusing on Life Below Water as its theme.
In the first of a regular column from Sidmouth Arboretum, Ed Dolphin looks ahead to plans for Connaught Gardens.
Variety by the Sea to return is set to return to Sidmouth’s Manor Pavilion Theatre.
We take a dip into the archives to look at Sidmouth Boxing Day swims from yesteryear.
This week we take a look around the idyllic country holiday cottages at Mazzard Farm near Ottery St Mary.
In our first in a series of features exploring the hidden treasures of Devon, we take a look around the Edwardian country estate of Peak House, in Sidmouth.
Continuing to lead an active life for those with Parkinson’s Disease can be beneficial.
Visitors to Sidmouth Library will get the chance to hear a talk by author Jane Corry.
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Theatre fans made sure they will have the perfect seat after queuing up for tickets to this year’s play festival.
Take a peek at some of the great snaps from our readers.
Sidmouth’s oldest civic society is set to acquire one of the town’s nature reserves after the district council announced it would be disposing of it.
Pizza chefs are getting ready to rock Sidmouth and the world with the global release of their debut album.
Louise Cole shares what is in store for this year’s Sea Fest.
Each week the Herald will be featuring a local business and this week we hear from Jo and Martin Johnstone of Paper Moon Cards and Gifts.
A list of candidates for the upcoming East Devon town and parish elections have been announced.
A Sidmouth shop which provided mobility equipment and disability aids has closed but an Exeter business has sought to reassure customers that they will be looked after.
Each week the Herald will be featuring a local business and this week we hear from Sharon Hobson who owns Flutterbys.
A Sidmouth shop providing mobility equipment and disability aids will shut at the end of the month.
The first show home to be built as part of a major housing development at Newton Poppleford is open for businesses.
The road to the vote for women was fraught with opposition across the country and even from women themselves.
Crews from Sidmouth Lifeboat and Beer Coastguard were called to help a man in his 80s who had broken his leg on a coast path at Littlecombe Shute.