Stunning Christmas decorations are created at a packed workshop
The pub closed in April this year after generating a loss, and was promptly marketed online for £550,000.
The owners of the quarry want to site ten six-metre long steel storage containers within a secure compound at the site for use by the general public.
Crowds turn out for Festive Friday in Axminster as joint occasion is considered for 2018.
Home-bred British Blue cross Saucy Clover was shown by Paul and Lin Calcraft, who have won five times in the last seven years.
Vet sedates the animal before specialist equipment is used to free it.
Dave Vallender wanted to provide six new homes in the form of three apartments and three terraced houses on a site running perpendicular to King Street.
Recycle your Christmas tree at one of eight events being held in the New year across East Devon.
East Devon District Council is giving those illegal subleting their properties a month to hand back the keys without fear of prosecution.
A vet sedates the animal before crews use specialist lifting equipment to free it.
The 2018/19 Devon County Council budget could see a big rise in money spent on adult social care and children’s services
Ashdown Caravan Park also wants to implement a storage compound for up to 30 caravans as part of a site extension.
Neil Parish was shown first-hand the wide range of services available for customers designed to take the stress out of the demanding festive season.
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The family of the man who oversaw the move of Seaton Primary School from its Fore Street site to its present location have paid tribute to him, following his death.
The yearly prize-giving was held before the fun really started at the annual AVR get-together at Colyford Village Hall on Friday night, writes Dave Mutter.
Sunday night saw the staging of the Axe Cliff Golf Club annual ‘Variety Night’ bash, with club members providing all the music and laughs and which, was enjoyed by all, in a packed club-house, writes Pete Motson.
With storm ‘Caroline’ brewing, the conditions were of the difficult sort for the second of this season’s Axe Cliff ladies’ Winter League matches, writes Pete Motson.
Honiton were 26-5 winners when they travelled to Torrington for their latest Tribute Cornwall and Devon League fixture, writes Will Goulden.
Just seven days after being surprisingly beaten at Tiger Way by Liverton, Axminster Town travelled for a swift return meeting with the South Devon side and thumped them 7-0 on their own turf.
Axe Cliff golf club have taken an initiative and arranged to allow young golfers 16 years and under, to play for free with an adult from 12 noon each day, writes Pete Motson.
Music charity B Sharp hosted a very different music event, ‘Out of the Box’, in Lyme Regis, on Saturday, December 2.
There’s a pantomime with a twist coming up at Exeter’s Barnfield Theatre.
The popular Christmas Tree Festival at St John’s Church in Hawkchurch will be even bigger and brighter this year, lasting the whole week leading up to Christmas Eve.
Here are just a few events taking place across East Devon.
Members of Axminster and District Choral Society is inviting people to go and sing with them.
Axminster and District Choral Society performed two works, one very familiar, and the other a considerable rarity at its autumn concert on Saturday, November 25 - review by F E Burroughes.
Boo to a Goose Theatre brings their latest family show ‘Christmas Past and Present’ to Honiton library as part of a tour across Devon that runs until Friday, December 15.
Why not get festive with some of the events that are taking place across the area?
Honiton music fans can start their Christmas celebrations early with the help of the Albion Christmas Band.
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