Sidmouth Town Council is looking to speak to groups within the town a bid to resume the town’s regatta celebrations in 2021.
The rare moment an otter was seen swimming in a Sidmouth beauty spot has been captured on film.
Sidmouth’s iconic Jacob’s Ladder is due to be repainted and will undergo structural repairs from Tuesday (September 22).
A Sidmouth chef who has been serving up meals for an Asian royal family is sharing his love of Arabic cuisine from his garage.
A call has been made for volunteers to come forward to help care for the homeless in Sidmouth.
An area of ‘unloved’ land in Sidmouth is set to be transformed into a sea-themed community garden.
Sid Valley Food Bank has opened its new premises at Sidmouth Youth Centre – and its co-ordinator, who steered it through lockdown, has left to embark on a new project.
Police want to reunite items seized during a burglary investigation in the Sidmouth area with their potential owners.
Several fundraising events organised by Sidmouth Lions Club have had to be cancelled due to coronavirus.
A second day of live Facebook broadcasts from The Donkey Sanctuary is taking place on Bank Holiday Monday, May 25.
East Devon Luncheon Club welcomed Barry Johnston, son of legendary cricketing commentator Brian Johnston, to its last meeting of the year.
Fears that an elderly person was trapped in a burning flat at Sidmouth saw firefighters from three towns called to the scene yesterday (Sunday, March 22).
Sidmouth College has confirmed that it will be closed to all pupils except ‘children of key workers and the most vulnerable’ from Monday, March 23.
Sidmouth Sergeant Andy Squires will wave farewell after 25 years on the police force at the end of this month.
Sidmouth’s town centre is set to get national exposure next week as one of its businesses features on a popular television show.
BBC TV’s jewellery expert John Benjamin was guest speaker at The East Devon Luncheon Club’s February meeting in Sidmouth.
Barefoot bandits are set to headline a Sidmouth fundraiser being held for a cancer charity.
The former Sidmouth nightclub Carinas, which closed two years ago, looks set to be reopened as a new business.
A card from The Queen and a bottle of his favourite sherry were amongst the many highlights at Joe Daniels’ 108th birthday party yesterday (Wednesday, February 19).
Chocolate producers will be visiting Sidmouth next week as part of the Fairtrade Fortnight.
Gin fanatics in Sidmouth got the chance to find an extra special Valentine’s Day gift as a school opened its doors on Friday.
A plea has been issued for those with photos of the Sidmouth YMCA building dating back to the late 1880s to come forward.
A suspected case of a fatal disease affecting dogs has been identified by a Sidmouth vets.
A glass test panel on Sidmouth seafront has withstood its first major challenge – standing up to Storm Ciara.
A new ‘finishing school’ for donkeys has been opened by The Donkey Sanctuary
A 26-year-old Sidmouth man has been released without charge following an incident involving armed police in Lyme Regis.
A Sidmouth charity’s bid to build a new special education school in Tanzania has been given a cash boost.
A roof fire in a Sidmouth bungalow was caused accidently, firefighters said.
Youngsters from Italy, visiting Sidmouth, got the chance to quiz the town council chairman on local issues.
The Herald has been made aware of an issue with the obituaries column in today’s paper.
Nearly 600 parking fines were dished out in Sidmouth last year.
A project to improve Sidmouth’s sea defences and safeguard businesses and properties in the town has received a funding boost.
As work to progress the Sidmouth and East Beach Management Plan continues, temporary glass splash defence test panels have been installed on the existing sea wall.
A 65-year-old Sidmouth man, who fell from the harbour wall at Lyme Regis, was rescued by two paddle boarders.
Are glass splash barriers the answer to securing the future of Sidmouth’s businesses and homes?
Glass panels will be exposed to the elements to see if they are robust enough to form flood defences in Sidmouth.
A programme of ‘exciting and interesting talks’ is being planned by The East Devon Luncheon Club for the year ahead.
A 30-year-old man from Exmouth has been charged with the murder of a man who died in a caravan fire in Newton Poppleford.
Reported crime in Sidmouth has dropped by nearly 25 per cent year-on-year in December according to police.
Plans to install three new toilets on Sidmouth seafront have received a cash boost.
A defibrillator device and a water fountain were among the ideas suggested to replace an existing telephone box in Sidmouth.
Plans to build a new covered spectator stand at Manstone Park have received the backing of the town council.
Sidmouth gets ready for the noughties.
Calls have been made to ban dogs from selected public areas around the town – including The Ham and Long Park.
A couple, who have been part of the Sidmouth community for more than 30 years, have celebrated a landmark anniversary.
The organisers of tea dances held three times a month in Sidmouth are looking forward to more events in the New Year after their last dance of 2019.
An East Devon firm which employs around 50 people across four towns has won national acclaim.
Pet owners got into the Christmas spirit with a festive doggy dash on Sidmouth beach.
A formal GCSE awards ceremony has been hailed as a fitting way to celebrate an ‘outstanding’ set of results.
The final concert this year by the Isca Ensemble takes place at Sidmouth Parish Church on Saturday, December 21, commencing at 7.30pm.