East Devon District Council (EDDC) has agreed to increase its share of council tax.
This year’s theme is Time, Tides and Tectonics,
FatFace team donates £600 to local RNLI volunteers
A dinner held in memory of one of Branscombe’s ‘big characters’ has raised £520 for the British Heart Foundation.
Honiton’s Royal British Legion (RBL) faces closure after more than nine decades of service if volunteers do not come forward to carry on its work.
With NASA set to present new findings on exoplants, we’re asking the people of Devon if they believe there is life out there. Take part in our poll here.
Sidmouth and Ottery (SOHC) men’s second team were beaten 3-1 when they met Okehampton first team.
Sidford Tennis Club is gearing up for another summer of tennis and looking to welcome new members, young and old and of any standard, to join them at the club’s home near the Byes, Sidbury.
Ottery St Mary continued their affair with the Golesworthy Cup as the holders eased their way into the last eight of this year’s competition with a 2-0 success at Dunkeswell Rovers.
Sidmouth and Ottery (SOHC) men’s first team had a busy weekend as they travelled 370 miles to contest matches at Mid Somerset, Wells on Saturday and Marlborough in Wiltshire 24 hours later.
Sidford Ladies have won the Exeter and District Winter League Division Three title, with neighbours, Sidmouth B, ending the campaign as the runners-up.
Sidmouth Sailing Club has released details for the up-coming season and highlighted opportunities for beginners to try the sport, writes Alistair Watson.
Hope that ‘common sense will prevail’ as health bosses set to consider bed cut proposals
The Budleigh Salterton Carnival Club fundraiser is fast approaching.
The Exmouth Business Awards 2017 – celebrating the achievements of local businesses – is coming up at Exmouth’s Ocean on Friday, May 19. Here we look back at a previous award winner, honoured for its professional service...
Date for this year’s event revealed as organisers promise to serve up a fun-filled platter of demonstrations, local produce and children’s activities
Exmouth Harrier Hugh Marsden was recently in the Falkland Islands, writes Dave Eveleigh.
The Pied Piper was performed at Seaton Gateway earlier this month. Here, director Mary Bowles reflects on the production.
The Budleigh Jazz Festival is coming up in April.
The preview promised ‘a memorable evening’ with the title ‘Mediterranean Temperament’, and the programme presented by Galliarda in SeatonMusic’s concert on Thursday, February 17, did not disappoint.
Visitors can enjoy a high-octane programme of entertainment at Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Arena
The Beehive in Honiton will be hosting the Devon-based folk/roots duo Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston, who are touring their latest album, entitled The Watchmaker’s Wife.
‘Biggest ever line up’ featuring major indie rockers the Kaiser Chiefs announced for Oceanfest17
Sidmouth Jazz Club returns tomorrow (Friday, February 17) with a performance from singer/pianist/composer Julie Lewis.
If you’ve been following The Choir on BBC with Gareth Malone, you will undoudtedly have noticed a bunch of bearded Bristolian blokes who rather stand out from the crowd.
Kilmington’s annual pantomime opens tonight at the village hall and this year the Kilmington Players are presenting the classic tale of Dick Whittington.
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