The contributions of Exmouth’s women to the suffrage movement are detailed in a new booklet.
Youngsters at Littleham C of E Primary School have been dressing up to better understand the lives of their ancestors caught up in the horrors of WW1.
The town council is looking for projects to fund which will improve the town and the lives of the people who live there.
Girl Guides in Exmouth have held a Question Time style event to celebrate 100 years since the first women were granted the right to vote.
With a combined weight loss of six stone Helen and Mark have been voted Miss Slinky and Mr Sleek.
This week we look back four years to when the people of Exmouth marked the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One by the symbolic ‘lights out’ service at the war memorial.
Exmouth in Bloom volunteers were ‘saddened and angry’ to discover its award-winning swan boat floral display has been vandalised.
A pub in Exmouth is giving away free booze tomorrow (Wednesday) in exchange for a slice of cake!
Police are concerned for the welfare of Wendy Taylor, who was last seen in the Exmouth area.
Exmouth’s Madeira Bowling Club members raised £516 for the Scope charity thanks to collections held during the matches.
Otterton marked the centenary of the end of World War One by planting an oak tree to commemorate the 15 young men from the village who gave their lives for their country.
An evening of entertainment and food in aid of Cancer Research UK returns to Budleigh Salterton’s Public Hall, on Friday, November 23.
Exmouth National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) member Nigel Epps, pictured here on the right, was presented with a certificate and epaulettes after he qualified as watchkeeper.
‘Inspirational’ training from an Exmouth-based charity will help launch a nationwide project to prevent suicide and support families struck by tragedy in a country 2,000 miles away.
A carer whose partner died when she fell out of her wheelchair in his van has been jailed for dangerous driving.
Firefighters have had to stop a fire spreading in Exmouth.
Steve Knightley promises plenty of new material at their three performances in early December
November 11, 2018, marks the 100th anniversary of the end of The Great War
Singers will perform WW1 songs as part of East Budleigh’s commemoration weekend
Concerns have been raised over the lack of staff parking being provided by a proposed 75-bed care home in Exmouth.
Children and pensioners came together for a special harvest festival at the Budleigh Salterton Health and Wellbeing Hub.
Children and staff wore fancy dress to celebrate the opening of their library after a long period of fundraising for refurbishment
The RNLI became concerned after the man was seen losing an oar after rowing out to his houseboat.
A teenager has appeared before a High Court judge accused of the attempted murder and rape of a young girl.
The figures, which shows each year for the last five years car parks have raised more than £3million for East Devon District Council, were obtained using a Freedom of Information request.
The body of a man pulled from the sea at Ladram Bay has been identified as 57-year-old Martin Bennett from Dartmouth.
A lorry has reportedly broken down between Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton this afternoon (Thursday, November 8).
Police are investigating after an East Devon farm shop was allegedly targeted by a group of ‘militant’ vegans.
A Budleigh Salterton woman has launched her bid to raise £2,000 ahead of her first attempt at a marquee endurance challenge.
An application to extend the launching ramp at Exmouth’s lifeboat station has received the backing of the town council.
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