Louise Cole shares what is in store for this year’s Sea Fest.
A charter is being drawn up as part of a long term vision to make Sidmouth the country’s first ‘mental health friendly town’.
Sidmouth’s Hopper Bus will be returning for an extra eight days this year, including during the town’s folk festival for the first time.
Escalating installation costs have forced a project to install town-wide CCTV to be shelved.
A drive has been launched ahead of the upcoming election to get new blood into Sidmouth Town Council.
Money from a pot of £300,000 could have been available for a community bid for the Drill Hall, for which three commercial bidders competing.
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.
There are plenty of things to look forward to, with big plans in the works, at a Sidmouth community centre.
Council chiefs have been rebuked following the sale of public assets at the former Knowle HQ in Sidmouth.
A pool of water collecting on Sidmouth beach has split opinion, with some slamming it as an eyesore and others claiming it adds to nature.
An application to build a new house with its own access has been labelled ‘unacceptable’ by civic leaders for the third time.
There’s just under a month left to have your say on the Sid Valley Neighbourhood Plan (SVNP), and help guide development in the area.
Altered plans to build eight apartments, instead of 10, in Sidmouth’s town centre have won the town council’s backing - despite claims the original design was ‘far superior’.
A swimming platform, funds for a town wish list and a young person’s mental health scheme are among the projects that will be funded by Sidmouth Town Council (STC) this year.
Crime increased in Sidmouth during the month of December, when compared to the same month last year.
More needs to be done to ensure people are safe when using private holiday lets in Sidmouth, through websites such as AirBnB.
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