Plenty on offer for shoppers to celebrate ‘Independents Day’
A self-taught Sidmouth artist is celebrating a successful exhibition as it draws to a close.
The legacy of a young woman will live on in her favourite seaside town after her family donated life saving equipment.
Pictures at the event
Hundreds of local children took part in the annual Pixies Revenge event in Ottery St Mary on Saturday.
Pair fought through pain and heartache to raise £4,800 for cancer charity
A Sidmouth man who sent abusive, aggressive and threatening texts, emails and calls to his former partner has narrowly escaped jail.
Pictures of the event at the Blue Ball
Pictures of the event
A man has been airlifted to hospital after an accident in Salcombe Hill Road this morning (Tuesday).
‘Oldest competitor’ raises more then £1,800 for the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund
An outdoor instructor is pushing himself to the limits to complete an ultra-marathon in memory of his parents.
Call for full public consultation on ‘significant changes’ being proposed
A ‘struggling’ Sid Valley charity will be looking for ways to finance CCTV for its headquarters, following an attempted burglary this week.
More than 450 sign petition against relocation of flood-prone buildings to Ottery St Mary
Sid Vale Association calls for rethink in light of new flood risk figures
Three intrepid cyclists are today enjoying a well-deserved rest after riding 1,100 miles to help fund multiple sclerosis (MS) research.
Beer is going for gold for the third year running in this year’s South West In Bloom competition.
Brend Hotels has triumphed in a public vote to be named Family Business of the Year.
‘First class’ accommodation in Sidmouth is helping the town’s hotels hit the top spots of the world’s largest travel website.
A Sidmothian academic has been appointed as a professor in a world-leading university – and she hopes her success inspires youngsters in the town.
Sidmouth in Bloom’s (SiB) efforts earned them a silver gilt award after their unprecedented invitation to the Gardeners’ World expo at the weekend.
International architects join local panel to judge competition
Fly tippers could face fixed penalties of £400 under new powers approved by East Devon District Council.
Police are warning shopkeepers to keep an eye out for possible ‘dodgy notes’ after two incidents in Sidmouth and Colyford.
No defences will be put in place on Sidmouth seafront for three years because the six-figure cost of interim works would hit longer-term funding.
In the wake of Britain voting to leave the European Union this morning, the leader of East Devon District Council (EDDC) says he ‘trusts the electorate’.
Julie Girling and Molly Scott-Cato both released statements following the EU referendum result.
Hugo Swire MP said people must work together to secure the best deal for Britain, following David Cameron’s announcement that he will step down as PM.
David Cameron has announced he will quit as Prime Minister by October after a humiliating defeat in the referendum which ended with a vote for Britain to leave the European Union.
A fifth solution to Sidmouth’s coastal erosion has been put forward halfway through a consultation to choose the best option.
A ‘lightning-packed’ first kiss, followed by a marriage proposal six weeks later, was the start of a ‘wonderful life’ for one diamond wedding couple.
A Sidmouth man drove into an Exeter street and parked in a bay before collapsing and dying from a heroin overdose, an inquest heard.
On display in Exeter’s Northernhay Gardens from Friday, July 1 until Thursday July 7, 19240 Shrouds of the Somme by Somerset artist Rob Heard comprises 19,240 shrouded figures.
On Saturday, July 9, Exmouth will be a shimmering, glittery, sparkling sight, as hundreds of women take part in the Hospiscare charity Twilight Walk.
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