Exmouth News

A woman from Exmouth has been shortlisted for a national award for her blog, Caron Cares.

Exmouth’s new M&S Foodhall will open its doors next month, the retailer has said.

A cancer charity is searching for volunteers in East Devon to help ‘isolated’ people suffering with the disease.

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.

Restoration crews have discovered an ancient peacock drawing on timbers at The Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter

Pictures from Exmouth Pram Push in 1988.

Birthday celebrations to mark the 90th anniversary of the Exmouth branch of The Royal British Legion were held alongside the club’s annual general meeting.

An account manager who grew up in Exmouth is to run her first marathon in memory of her mum.

Workshops in comedy, stand-up, performance, acting, painting, poetry and craft are some of the events taking place as part of the 2017 Exmouth Art Trail.

The death of a woman who fell from her horse at Bicton Arena was ‘a most unfortunate’ accident, an inquest has heard.

Exmouth Hospital boasts a state-of-the-art prostate cancer diagnostic service thanks to the tireless fundraising of pensioner Geoff.

Katie Williams takes first place in our iwitness24 photo competition.

District bosses say they will not begin building on Exmouth seafront if an application is approved, despite saying it would permit them to ‘take forward development’.

Controversial plans to open a Tesco Express store in Budleigh Salterton have been revived, the supermarket giant has revealed.

Budleigh Salterton residents are being urged to take part in an annual golf event to raise funds for a charitable group in the town.

An Exmouth superstore has shown its support for the town’s RNLI volunteers with a £500 donation.

An East Budleigh man swapped managing level crossings for husky driving and ice fishing in freezing cold temperatures for charity.

The fundraising campaign to send Exmouth town crier Roger Bourgein to an international competition in Bermuda is nearing its target.

Tree felling work is expected to take place this month to protect power lines in Budleigh Salterton.

The district council has called on car park users to take advantage of the cheaper car park prices, which end on March 31.

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