The broken down cement mixer that had been causing long tailbacks eastbound on Four Elms Hill this evening has now been removed.
With frenetic speed networking sessions, key note speeches, around 30 exhibitor stands and plenty of delegates, organisers of the East Devon Means Business show have described it as a ‘huge success’.
An East Devon private care company is tackling tough questions about the challenges facing Devon’s ageing population.
Exmouth Carnival 2017 – held on Saturday, October 14 – drew big crowds to the town’s streets and raised more than £2,300 for good causes.
Bride: The Wedding Show returns this weekend.
There’s some top-notch jazz coming up this Saturday at Clyst St Mary, near Exeter.
There’s heavy congestion on the A35 Exeter Road to A375 Sidmouth Road this evening.
Although East Devon has made a ‘remarkable start’ to its new recycling service, council chiefs have admitted that currently they cannot recycle black plastic.
Centre Stage – Exmouth’s award-winning youth theatre company – gave a barnstorming performance of ‘Barnum’ at the Exmouth Pavilion.
Unsavoury discovery was made when Mandy Greeves, 50, called in plumber pal to her new-build home.
There’s just a few days to go to Exmouth Means Business – the one-day networking event, aimed at businesses from Exmouth, East Devon and Exeter.
Exmouth and East Devon businesses are continuing to sign up for ‘Exmouth Means Business’, which will take place from 9.30am to 3.30pm, on Thursday, October 27, at Exmouth Community College.
Exmouth Chamber of Commerce has announced “Exmouth Means Business” – a new initiative to help boost businesses in the town – on Thursday, October 27.
There’s an extraordinary sight on Exmouth’s Rolle Road for the next few days.
This year’s Exmouth Festival will have a fitting finale.
As this year’s Exmouth Festival approaches (Friday, May 27, to Sunday, June 5), there’s been an urgent call for volunteer stewards.
It may look like a little toy car that’s seen better days, but it could be worth considerably more than the actual vehicle that it’s modelled on.
Honiton anglers are reeling in anger over new EU regulations concerning bass fishing.
A spring concert at Combe Raleigh near Honiton has raised £350 for a church bell fund.
Bad Manners – the ska pop band who had a string of top ten hits in the early 1980s – are to headline this year’s Exmouth Festival.
HISTORY was made on Sunday, December 13 as the first train rolled into Cranbrook rail station and swiftly rolled out again, bound for Exeter Central.
Carols on the Quay is coming up on Sunday, December 20, at Exmouth’s Marina, starting at 6.30pm.
Following the cancellation of last Saturday’s Christmas Cracker due to gale-force winds (see below), organisers have managed to salvage much of the original event.
Devon’s Beautiful Days festival – at Escot Park near Exeter – has won The Grass Roots Festival Award at the 2015 UK Festival Awards.
IN A significant development in the proposals to locate a large gypsy and traveller site in Cranbrook, East Devon MP Hugo Swire has urged East Devon District Council to rethink its plans.
Exmouth Art Group’s 69th annual exhibition – which runs at Ocean until Sunday, October 18 – is proving a big success, with some strong work, good footfall and encouraging sales.
Woodbury couple Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin – rated among British folk’s foremost rising stars – release a new album this week.
The afternoon – raising funds for the Multiple System Atrophy Trust (MST) – was declared a “great success” by the organisers.
Final preparations are being made for next Saturday’s Armlink event on Exmouth seafront, which will raise funds for life-saving defibrillators for the town.
An internationally renowned artist from Colaton Raleigh – whose patrons include HRH the Prince of Wales – is having a royal opening for a major retrospective of his work at the end of June.
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