Visitor centre named best leisure and hospitality project of the year in Michelmores Property Awards
The performance, put on by Tale Valley Choir and new ensemble ‘Bassoonery’ took place at Payhembury Church.
Ancient cermeony performed by Lord of the Manor Jim Rowe to launch the annual fayre
A Tavistock woman with MS was the latest recipient of a new scooter.
Fire crews were called out to a property fire in Honiton last night (Wednesday, June 21).
Youngsters are set to swim, run and cycle to raise funds.
Staff are now calling on Tesco shoppers to help make their goal a reality.
Wildlife campaigner Emma Bowring’s work to feature in David Shepherd’s art week
Shute based company becomes the first English wine maker to attain BRC seal of approval
Historian Tony Simpson says the scheme has not been updated for several years.
Residents help to launch a new-look courtyard area
ADC Youth will be taking to the stage later this week with their latest production - Blood Brothers.
Jackie Nicholls is awarded the Craft Cup for her display of artificial flower arrangements
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Health chiefs asked to provide evidence their new ‘care at home’ model will be better for patients
Eight AVRs made the monthly pilgrimage to what is becoming the home of speed for the Yeovilton 5k series, writes Dave Mutter.
Four AVRs ran the Killerton Parkrun on Saturday with the warm weather making for very fast conditions on the slightly undulating, off-road course, writes Dave Mutter.
Axe Cliff men’s section played their June medal and it resulted in a fine win for Johnny Potter, writes Pete Motson.
One of the favourite days on the calendar for the Sidmouth ladies came around on Tuesday when the club hosted the Spears Trophy drive.
East Devon drag racing ace Mark Smith had to overcome significant hurdles to be part of a special event last weekend.
The Honiton mixed group held a Texas Scramble, writes John Pawley.
Preparations are well under way for Dalwood Music Day, which takes place on Saturday, July 1.
A major interactive exhibition will recreate important locations in the life of Jesus is being staged in Colyton this week.
Sidmouth’s literary festival is set to open this Friday.
A brand-new adaptation of E Nesbitt’s classic tale, The Railway Children, has just opened at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.
There is always plenty going on across the district - here are just three events.
From June 16-28, the Courtyard Gallery at Lyme Regis’s Town Mill will be home to three local painters.
Hardy swimmers are being invited to take on a sea swim in aid of three charities.
With a professional adjudicator’s judgment ringing in their ears, ADC Youth are preparing to put on Blood Brothers.
Volunteers and organisations arrange many events across East Devon - here are just two.
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