Young Maisy Trott got to bang a drum after winning Axminster Library’s summer reading challenge prize draw.
A rapidly expanding group running primary schools in East Devon and West Dorset is looking for new directors.
Chance to enjoy tea at the top of Golden Cap.
A fun session has been lined up at Colyton Library in half term
The festive season gets under way in Axminster when the ‘Cards for Good Causes’ shop opens its doors on Monday, (October 24).
A donation of £500 has been made to Stockland Primary Academy’s new library by Honiton and District Lions Club.
Honiton Senior Voice has launched a campaign to reverse the proposed hospital bed closures put forward by NHS NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Plans for Uplyme’s long-awaited new primary school have been given the go-ahead.
Music filled St Paul’s Church in Honiton as two choirs sang at a charity concert.
Herald readers are being asked to help track down the family of a woman who was remembered on a memorial seat.
More than 100 people squeezed into Honiton’s Mackarness Hall to lead the fight on a consultation that is proposing to close the town’s inpatient beds.
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.
Honiton Community College recently held its annual celebration of achievement awards evening for years seven to nine.
Honiton’s 24-hour-use defibrillator will be handed over to mayor Caroline Kolek this Saturday (October 22).
Seaton Jurassic has been named runner-up in a prestigious national tourism award scheme.
Disappointment over exclusion from meeting on ‘crucially important issues’
Vast programme of experiments, activities and talks attracted record numbers
Police say the pair are awaiting questioning
Committee issue plea after unwanted goods dumped at Millennium Green
Casualties suffered minor injuries in collision near Sidmouth this morning
A Sidmouth man died as a result of serious failings at an Exeter mental health unit, an inquest heard.
A brave puppy who was lost in the wilderness for five days has been found and reunited with his Newton Poppleford family.
The King’s School’s new headteacher is setting his sights on ‘making a difference’ and maintaining the ‘outstanding’ standards left by his predecessor, as he completes his first term in post.
Now that the ‘September Scramble’ at the start of the new school year is out of the way, here’s something to look forward to for parents and grandparents - Budleigh Big Band Night with AJ’s on Friday, November 4.
Motorists urged to ‘slow down’
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