Devon Young Farmers Club (YFC) with groups in Axminster and Honiton is inviting discussion on mental health in the agricultural industry in the fourth of its online agri-debates.
Two women drifting out to sea on a kayak and paddleboard were rescued by Lyme Regis lifeboat on Saturday (September 19).
A meeting to discuss the development of Cranbrook town centre has been postponed following ‘significant changes’ to the original proposals.
Axminster New Youth Club (ANYC) will reopen from next Tuesday (September 22), operating from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, as usual.
Whimple Stores is up for sale with an asking price of £425,000.
Woodroffe School has reported a ‘very positive return’ for its students from across East Devon and West Dorset following lockdown.
German discount supermarket chain Aldi is planning to open a store in Axminster.
Despite Covid-19 restrictions Honiton will remember the victims of war again this winter - albeit in more ‘low-key’ format.
A number of pupils have been told to stay at home after a case of Covid-19 was confirmed at Axminster Primary Academy this week.
Remotely piloted aircraft could be used in search and rescue operations in Lyme Bay, if current trials prove successful.
Flu clinics are starting at Axminster Medical Practice from Saturday, September 26 - but with some major changes this year.
A couple celebrating their golden wedding anniversary were the first to visit Lyme Regis Museum when it reopened this month after lockdown.
The rescue last summer of two ex-professional sailors by the volunteers of Lyme Regis RNLI lifeboat is to feature next week in the BBC 2 series Saving Lives At Sea.
Honiton-based domiciliary care team, HC-One, has taken on a very unusual ‘client’ - a whippet called Tilly.
Axminster Community Emergency Response group (ACER) - set up to provide vital support for residents during lockdown - has suspended its operations.
The curator of Seaton Museum has called for more public backing to ensure its future.
Project Food, the Axminster-based healthy eating charity - formerly called HALFF - has been forced to make its full-time fundraiser redundant.
Fifty years of public service by one of Colyton’s most prominent residents was celebrated this week.
Work is finally under way to complete the long awaited improvements to Axminster’s Jubilee Field - and make it a fitting tribute to The Queen.
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A ‘New Life’ classical garden concert at Axmouth has raised more than £300 to help three worthy causes.
Nationally acclaimed Seaton-based SAVE food hub has set up a new base at Axminster Community Waffle House.
Following months of being limited to on-line worship Kilmington Baptist Church has introduced ‘Car Park Praise’, welcoming people to gather outside The Beacon for services.
Membury Neighbourhood Plan has reached its final stage of adoption.
Beer Film Society has been shortlisted in the prestigious community cinema ‘Oscars’ competition.
A Seaton based company which specialises in providing case managers and expert witnesses for people who have suffered life-changing injuries has won a top international award.
New play equipment, chosen by local youngsters, has been provided at Seaton and Honiton - at a cost of £170,000.
Tributes to an Axminster man who enjoyed a distinguished career as a pilot in the RAF were paid at a memorial service at St Mary’s Catholic Church.
Volunteers with the RNLI in Lyme Regis have welcomed aboard their newest sea-going crew member - 25-year-old Kyle Knight.
Lyme Regis Tourist Information Centre (TIC) has closed, with the service facing an uncertain future.