Honiton’s high street was lit up with the lights and sounds of the carnival as a bumper crowd enjoyed this year’s procession.
Diners fork out to help the lifeboats
Coastguard rescue helicopter airlifts 71-year-old to hospital
The money is shared between two worthy causes
A village school near Honiton has been presented with its own Cross of Nails.
Team works for eight months to reproduce Thomas Whitty’s orginal design
More than 200,000 people lined the streets of Devon and an extra £4m of spending was generated when the Tour of Britain rolled through the county last month.
Results of Parish History Society’s reearch to go on show at the parish church
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The parents of a Cranbrook schoolboy who died from flu in January this year are calling on mums and dads to vaccinate their children.
Healthy eating charity HALFF will help parents and carers prepare tasty and nutritious meals for families
Court hears how around half a kilo of heroin and cocaine were driven into East Devon
Societry members see some ‘sacred cow challenging’ moments
Greggs could open a new store in Honiton as early as next year, the Herald can report.
Special production will celebrate the South Wessex Organ Society’s first anniversary
Chard maintained their unbeaten home record in this season’s Western Counties (W) campaign, beating Paignton 31-10, writes Glyn Hughes.
In what was a wonderful advert for U18 football, unbeaten sides Feniton and Newton Abbot shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Feniton’s Acland Park.
It was a super Saturday for both Honiton RFC and Honiton Town FC as both won their respective matches, but it’s defeat for Axminster Town, Seaton Town and Feniton.
Having narrowly missed out on a place in the SGB Premiership Play Off Final, the ‘Cases’ Somerset Rebels still had a chance of a major trophy, in just their second season in the top tier of British Speedway, writes David Thompson.
Exeter Racecourse resumes action on Tuesday (October 23) with the return of racing to Haldon Hill, writes Lucy Johnson.
Honiton Town served up a superb all-round show on their midweek visit to high-flying Bovey Tracey to contest South West Peninsula League Eastern Division points.
Axminster Musical Theatre will be bringing Made in Dagenham to the stage in November.
Honiton Carnival is the result of months of preparation by a dedicated team of volunteers.
The carnival takes place in Honiton on Saturday, (October 20) and, judging by previous processions on the East Devon circuit, it will be a night to remember.
Chris Walker will be playing in Dalwood with the Pedigree Jazz Band this weekend.
Axminster and District Choral Society will perform works by Vaughan Williams
Gateway Youth Theatre to perform Bugsy Malone in Seaton.
Dramatic challenge for Honiton Community Theatre Company.
SeatonMusic has announced it programme for the new season of performances, which open on Thursday, October 18.
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