Axe Valley shoppers have supported ex-servicemen and women by casting their votes for a charity that helps veterans with health conditions back into work.
Councillor Colin Hattle-Spence, who sits on Honiton Town Council's open spaces committee, believes a large community involvement would create an 'exciting' project to bring the allotments to those on the waiting list.
A new date has been set for this year's Honiton Gate to Plate which was postponed because of bad weather.
Scouts from across East Devon and West Dorset travelled to France for their summer camp last week.
Stickers bearing an uncensored version of the slogan 'B******s to Brexit' were spotted being worn by children at Sidmouth Folk Festival, drawing criticism of the campaign.
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The Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF) has received a £1,000 boost thanks to a charity golf day organised by Rotarians from Axminster and Lyme Regis.
Drag queens, comedians and DJs could soon be performing at an intimate bar set to open in Honiton next month.
Are there big cats roaming Devon and Cornwall?
An internet predator who lived in Honiton was snared by three different groups of online paedophile hunters in just two months.
Most festivals wouldn't schedule Ash, followed by Sleaford Mods and then Ziggy Marley to headline the Saturday night, but Beautiful Days is a bit different.
Independent traders in Axminster are fighting back against the town's high street crisis by joining forces to deliver a crucial 'shop local' message.
A flower arranging workshop celebrating the ever-popular hydrangea - one of summer's undisputed star performers - saw Combe St Nicholas Village Hall filled with colour.
Four points, two places and Redcar separate the Somerset 'Cases' Rebels from fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield with the two sides meeting at the Oak Tree Arena on Wednesday night.
It's a midweek derby tonight (Wednesday, August 21) as Axminster travel to Honiton in the South West Peninsula League Premier Division East.
Feniton bowlers held a fund-raising charity bowling event and raised £223.50 for the British Heart Foundation, writes Roger Smith.
AVR member David Cooke, in his final year in the 60-64 age group, came third in the M60 400m at the BMAF National Championships held in Birmingham, writes Dave Moffitt.
The cricketers of Tipton St John have not had the best of luck with the weather in recent weeks.
Ottery St Mary suffered a heavy defeat when they made the short trip across to Whimple for their penultimate away game of the 2019 Tolchards Devon League C Division East fixture.
Beautiful Days festival opened on Friday (August 16) at Escot Park - wet but with a lot of smiling faces
The psychological thriller Dangerous Obsession is one of the upcoming performances of the Sidmouth Summer Play Festival.
A comedian just three foot six inches high will top the bill at the Bank Holiday edition of the Lyme Regis Comedy Club at the Marine Theatre on Sunday, August 25.
Youngsters on the National Citizen Service are aiming to support the work of the YMCA to help homeless people.
With the final countdown to this year's Beautiful Days festival under way, the organiser has revealed the bands he is most looking forward to seeing.