The measures to restrict vehicular access to Cranbrook Railway Station are to remain for the immediate future.
On this week in 1944: Extracts from the Exmouth Journal, printed April 22, 1944.
East Devon District Council (EDDC) has asked people to avoid a ‘dangerous area’ of Exmouth beach after a sinkhole appeared.
The new principal of Exmouth Community College has been named.
Firefighters were called to a property in Budleigh Salterton due to reports of a smell of burning coming from a gas boiler.
An elderly couple from Exmouth handed over a ‘large sum of money’ to two men claiming they could fix guttering at the property.
Proposals to demolish a property and replace it with ten flats have been opposed by Exmouth Town Council’s planning committee.
Local scout groups parade through Beer.
An inquest into the death of Topsham rugby player Lily Partridge has concluded the 22-year-old’s death was accidental
An ex-professional footballer from Spain has been jailed for 11 years for abusing five boys while in Britain.
Armed police were called out to an address in Exmouth on Wednesday, April 26.
An Exmouth man has received an award from the RNLI in recognition of more than 40 years of fundraising.
See our slideshow tribute to Exmouth’s vintage vehicle enthusiast - Reg Imray.
Police are making enquiries to find the owner of a car which was found in a bank near Woodbury Country Park.
Exmouth photographer, Nathan Richmond, captured this beautiful picture of a floral display in Manor Gardens and wins our iwitness24 photo challenge.
Tributes have been paid to intrepid deaf pensioner Reg Imray, who died at his Exmouth home aged 94.
East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire is one of seven Devon MPs who have signed a letter written to the Prime Minister asking her to make sure no school in Devon is ‘worse off’.
Police are appealing for information after two puppies were taken in an alleged burglary in Exmouth.
Exmouth musicians say they have been forced to leave the venue for their popular free concerts due to an increase in fees charged by the district council.
Police attended a stuck HGV in Topsham on Saturday, (April 22) after it struck a pub.
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