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.
Axminster New Youth Club (ANYC) will reopen from next Tuesday (September 22), operating from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, as usual.
German discount supermarket chain Aldi is planning to open a store in Axminster.
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.
Flu clinics are starting at Axminster Medical Practice from Saturday, September 26 - but with some major changes this year.
Axminster Community Emergency Response group (ACER) - set up to provide vital support for residents during lockdown - has suspended its operations.
Project Food, the Axminster-based healthy eating charity - formerly called HALFF - has been forced to make its full-time fundraiser redundant.
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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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.
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.
Axminster United Against Racism Group have been giving areas of a town a much needed clean up.
Totally Locally Axminster is set to launch a new ‘Fiver Fest’ initiative in the drive to win support for the town’s hard pressed independent traders.
An Axminster auction house could be set to relocate to a vacant part of the Axminster Carpets factory.
South Western Railway (SWR) has announced changes to its timetable, as the country continues to emerge from lockdown.
Two Axminster youngsters were so horrified at the amount of rubbish left in public areas they have launched a clean up campaign.
Police are warning residents in rural areas of East Devon to beware of cold callers.
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The Axe Valley Mission Community’s new Team Vicar has been licensed, along with two associate priests.
The Axe Vale Show has welcomed two new volunteers to its committee.
Axminster’s Flamingo Pool is to reopen on Monday (August 24).
Axminster’s Community Waffle House is on the move.
An East Devon man whose recovery from a rare medical condition was helped by music therapy is raising funds so the service can continue.
An Axminster motorist who threw a parking charge notice he had received on to the ground, has been fined for littering - and the whole incident was caught on a body worn camera.
A second demonstration in support of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement was held at Axminster on Saturday (August 8).
Police are treating a fire at Chris’s Tat Shack Tattoo Studio on Lyme Road, Axminster, at around 2am yesterday (Sunday, August 9), as arson.
The chairman of Axminster Hospital League of Friends has pledged its continued support for local health and care services .
Axminster allotment holders have been put on alert after reports that potentially dangerous asbestos had been found on a number of plots.
Plans to increase the height of some properties at a proposed housing development in Axminster have been approved despite strong local opposition.
Axminster based mental health charity Arc is to reopen its fundraising shop on Thursday (August 6).
Axminster police are urging residents to help them combat anti-social behaviour at a local play area.
Two Axminster sisters have had their long hair cut short to help a worthy cause.
Axminster-based mental health charity Arc is inviting people to enter an on-line competition to provide illustrations for its fundraising Christmas cards.
A search has begun for a suitable site in Axminster to create a memorial garden to honour the late Douglas Hull - who was the town’s longest serving councillor.
Axminster’s Flamingo Pool team has launched a ‘support us or lose us’ campaign after recording losses of some £50,000 during lockdown.
An Axminster Freemason has been rolling up his sleeves to help vulnerable people during the coronavirus lockdown.
Goulds Pumps is to close its Axminster factory with the loss of around 50 local jobs.
Axminster-based healthy eating charity HALFF has a new name.
Plans for a new micropub in the centre of Axminster have been approved – subject to them being able to overcome safety concerns.
Axminster’s Heritage Centre is to reopen on Saturday, August 1.
Axminster’s Flamingo Pool is hoping to reopen to the public later this month.
Totally Locally Axminster is continuing its mission to keep the town centre looking vibrant.
An Axminster farmer has been jailed for throwing his ex-girlfriend into a stream when she tried to help police catch him during a chase on foot.
More than 80 people gathered on Axminster’s Minster Green on Saturday (July 4) to support the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
Kilmington Primary School has pledged to fully reimburse parents who paid for their child to stay at an adventure centre only to have the trip cancelled because of Covid-19.
Axminster’s Charity Togs shop is open for business again – and welcoming donations, organisers stressed this week.
Here’s a look back at the golden age of rail travel.
News that pubs, restaurants and hairdressers across East Devon will be able to reopen on Saturday (July 4) has been welcomed in East Devon by Neil Parish MP.
Axminster Town Council is calling on people to help a local university student complete a study on the benefits of buses.