After an absence of more than 20 years, Budleigh Salterton carnival returns on Saturday, September 30.
East Devon District Council (EDDC) is checking that householders who claim a 25 per cent council tax discount for living alone are still entitled to it.
Ofsted inspectors have given Woodbury Salterton Primary School a ‘good’ rating following a recent inspection
Plans have been put forward for a major extension of an Exmouth care home.
A group of women looking to get active in a social environment have taken part in a triathlon event in Torbay.
From the War Journals: Making the news in the Exmouth Journal on this week in 1944.
Police are appealing for information after £10,000 and 8,000 Hong Kong dollars were taken during a burglary in Cranford Avenue.
A cheque for £480, raised by a Budleigh Lions Club bingo event at the Dog and Donkey pub, Knowle Village, was presented to the town’s Chamber of Commerce
A ‘true Exmothian’, who has
died aged 87, will be remembered as someone who was involved in all aspects of community life.
Gardeners from the Exmouth area are among those who have had their skills recognised by East Devon District Council (EDDC).
A delivery driver who waved a sheath knife around in a pub in Exmouth has been warned he will go to jail if he is found with a weapon in public again.
PAUL STRANGE looks back at the history of The Exmouth Shanty Men, the town’s singing group and charity fundraisers, celebrating their 10th anniversary...
Phase one of a project to improve facilities on East Budleigh’s village green has been completed.
A new vehicle activated sign has been installed in Knowle Village to make motorists aware of the 30 miles per hour speed limit.
Exmouth Air Cadets have enjoyed a busy summer of activities.
Could you care? That’s the question we’re asking in the coming weeks as we launch a new series of articles.
More pictures of Exmouth Community College from the Journal’s archive.
A motorbike left by its owner in full view of CCTV cameras in Exmouth was intentionally pushed over ‘causing quite considerable damage’, say police
How much should tax payers contribute to the council tax bills of people on low incomes?
RNLI beach patrols have ended at Exmouth for the winter, prompting the charity to issue safety advice to beach users.
Barbara McArthur was on hand for the unveiling of the speaking cut-out, which is promoting Cancer Research UK’s Free Will service, at the charity’s shop in The Parade.
Take a look at the pictures we found in the Exmouth Journal’s picture archive.
A 28-metre-high wheel which operated on Exmouth seafront this summer, offering spectacular views, could return in 2018, East Devon District Council has said.
Volunteers only found half a skip’s worth of rubbish on the Exe Estuary, during the bi-annual clean up
An Exmouth organ donation campaigner is celebrating a great response from the public during National Transplant Week.
Arthur Jenkins, who has lived in Exmouth more than 50 years, celebrated his 100th birthdya with friends and family.
Budleigh Farmer’s Market has seen a rise in stallholder interest ahead of this month’s re-launch, now it needs the public to support the event on Friday, Setember 29.
Take a look at our gallery of super black and white pictures by our readers, sent in through iwitness24.
The car park at Woodbury Castle has been closed, as part of restoration works to the Iron Age hill fort.
Budleigh Salterton Town Council could discuss the possibility of town centre CCTV after ‘mindless vandals’ emptied flower troughs, in Fore Street,
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