Members also hear about The Archie Project and meet its scarecrow mascot
A 27-year-old North Devon man charged with murdering three pensioners appeared in court today (Saturday) for the first time.
Tools and Machinery company is now ranked alonsgide big retailers like Asda and ASOS
Camper attacked woman in a tent, court is told
Next Tuesday’s event won’t go ahead because the Beehive is in use for the panto
The identities of the three elderly men who were found murdered in their Exeter homes have been revealed by police.
Youngsters learn all about creating polymers
Scott Rowe solicitors raise £860 through its annual Christmas draw
East Devon students could stage a walkout on Friday (February 15) over climate change, as part of a national action.
Honiton gymnasts shine in latest contest
Officers called to Broad Street shopping area
Sidmouth’s donkeys have left quarantine after the outbreak of equine flu in the UK.
Drivers in East Devon are being urged to take care this morning (Thursday) due to fog.
Repair fund is nearly at £20,000
Police say traffic is slow in the area.
The 2018 season could not have gone much better for Kilmington Cricket Club’s 1st XI.
Honiton Skittle League Division One leaders Scruffs sat out the latest round of matcheswhich, at the end of them, saw Scruffs sitting pretty with a four point lead at the top of Division One.
When you have been part of a Football Club for over 60 years it really is good to watch a game and think, ‘This is what football’s all about’, writes Dick Sturch.
Chard 2nd XV ‘Wing Commanders’ were 20-12 winners when they travelled to Minehead to renew rivalries with a team they beat convincingly earlier in the season at Crewkerne Road, writes Gavin Smillie.
After a lengthy period of weather-enforced non action, Honiton Golf Club members have been making the most of better conditions, writes Anne Desmoulins.
Dunkeswell fly the flag on what was – overall – a disappointing day for local football and rugby teams with defeats suffered by Honiton RFC and Honiton Town FC.
International pianist Joanna MacGregor will be performing in Seaton on Thursday.
The Midweek Herald has a full spa treatment for two people for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition.
Tuckers Arms Jazz Club to host La Vie En Rose on Saturday
Comedy night lined up in Honiton for Thursday, February 14.
Punches will be traded and money will be raised at a charity boxing night being held in Honiton next month.
Guitarist Chris Woods will be leading a workshop before going on to perform at The Beehive.
Fans of the music of Blondie have the chance to be in a show featuring tribute act Bootleg Blondie.
Honiton, Lyme Regis and Chardstock amateur dramatics groups all in the running for prestigious regional awards
Fans of pantomime can look forward to Honiton Community Theatre Company’s production of Cinderella
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