South Western Railway (SWR) has donated spare items of personal protective equipment (PPE) to the emergency services, NHS and care providers on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus.
A new e-book has been launched by Devon County Council to help families’ food go further.
The acting manager of an Ottery-based animal charity said he is expecting an increase in the amount of dogs dropped off on its doorstep once the Covid-19 pandemic has ended.
A Cranbrook man has utilised his back-garden pub to stage a weekly virtual pub quiz – bringing light relief to many cooped up inside during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Plans to build a 30-home development in Beer have been given the green light.
Honiton’s Admiral Nurse has been working hard to support families with dementia through their social isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Colyton-based cake shop has come to the rescue of workers at Honiton Hospital – which has provided vital services to those struggling during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dozens of people across Honiton have banded together throughout the Covid-19 pandemic to offer vital supplies and supports to isolated and vulnerable people across the parish.
A Honiton health group has donated more than £3,000 in grants to various community ventures amid the Covid-19 pandemic which has affected hundreds across the town.
The district council has defended its workers who were seen strimming grass at a Honiton play area.
GP practices in Honiton, Ottery and Sidmouth have reassured residents they are working closely together to ensure everyone receives the appropriate health care amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
GP practices across Devon will be open on Good Friday and Easter Monday as part of special arrangements made to ensure people can access medical services during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Honiton couple managed to enjoy their dream day in the wake of the coronavirus - by staging their wedding online.
A Cranbrook man who was left ‘covered in sweat’ and ‘breathless’ for four days has warned others not to underestimate the seriousness of the coronavirus.
A gas cylinder that had caught on fire had to be put out by firefighters.
Dozens of households in Cranbrook woke up to find mysterious envelopes filled with sunflower seeds posted through their doors.
A Honiton butcher who has remained open throughout the coronavirus pandemic has still found the time to donate to vulnerable and self-isolating residents, despite being ‘rushed off his feet’.
The manager of a Honiton garden centre says he is optimistic that the business will rebound positively once the Covid-19 pandemic is over.
A pop-up community kitchen is offering frozen meals to vulnerable and isolated people in Honiton amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
An East Devon man who cleans road signs for free has had to suspend his generous activity because of the threat of coronavirus.
An man has launched a meals-on-wheels service after closing his Churchinford Pub amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shoppers are facing a wait up to 30 minutes to enter Honiton’s Tesco supermarket.
A Honiton day hospice recently benefitted from the generosity of the Freemasons of Devonshire and the Masonic Charitable Foundation.
The mayor of Honiton and his deputy have commended residents for their efforts to mitigate the impact of Covid-19, which continues to affect millions across the country.
Honiton’s food bank has suspended its usual opening hours in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Honiton restaurant has received glowing praise from the community after pledging to give NHS workers a meal on the house.
A beloved Honiton farm shop will be closing its doors to the public for good next month.
Leaders at East Devon District Council has urged communities to be ‘resilient, resourceful and corageous’ in the ongoing wake of Covid-19.
Organisers behind this year’s Honiton Charter Day have called off the event due to the threat of Covid-19.
The headteacher of a Honiton school said students have had a ‘comprehensive set of reactions’ to the government’s announcement of a nationwide education shutdown.