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Brixington mother and son duo Angela and Tony Westcott will be trekking a section of the Great Wall of China next year for the Alzheimer's Society. Ref exe 5735-45-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Mountlands Language School is hosting a health and wellbeing evening at 7pm on Wednesday, May 11, at 8 Rolle Street.

The giant Ferris wheel that will be coming to the Devon County Show.

A £1million giant Ferris wheel is set to be one of the stand out attractions at this year’s Devon County Show.

Train

All rail lines have now reopened at Vauxhall, following a fire

Exmouth Repair Cafe

The Exmouth Repair Café is back again.

Budleigh Salterton Male Voice Choir

Budleigh Salterton Male Voice Choir will be performing at All Saints church hall, in All Saints Road, Sidmouth, on Saturday, June 18.

Ticks on a thumb -  showing  all stages to scale

Tiny blood-sucking creatures can cause serious illness, warn experts

TRIP's logo. Ref mhh 03-16TI 9641. Picture: Terry Ife

Vehicle was supplied from a £25million community transport fund, launched by the Department for Transport.

Vicki Campbell

Tickets are on sale for the Lions Club of Sidmouth’s 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert on Saturday, May 14, at 8pm in Manor Pavilion Theatre.

Gallery:Multiplicity 2016

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East Devon Dance Academy present Multiplicity 2016. Ref shs 18-16AW 5846. Picture: Alex Walton

East Devon Dance Academy in action at Manor Pavilion

Nick Agg-Manning (centre) died in April, after losing his battle with cancer.

Tributes have been paid to a Hospiscare trustee from Gittisham.

An electrician who was caught with a 15-million volt stun gun has been spared an immediate prison sentence after telling a judge he bought it on a skiing trip.

A drink driver from Exmouth who killed a 20-year-old man has escaped with a fine; the court said his driving ‘had not caused the accident’.

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The Bonnett family pose with s group of Stormtroopers at the Star Wars day at the World of Country Life on Monday. Ref exe 18-16SH 2980. Picture: Simon Horn.

Pictures at World of Country Life

Pictured from the front (l to r) arer Tony Woodman Cllr Ian Thomas, Trustees of The Seaton Gateway Theatre Company, Barbara Deardon Potter BME, Paul Hotchkiss (Seaton Citizen of the Year) and Alan Nicholas, and Cllr Marcus Hartnel.

‘Community asset’ is handed back to the local council

Alan Rowe MBE and Tony Coop with their collection of used stamps.

The stamps have raised around £260,000 for Hospiscare since 1992.

Deer in field.

People across East Devon have been warned not to touch young deer that appear abandoned in the countryside.

Fire crews called to scene shortly before 1am this morning (Tuesday).

Stagecoach buses

Stagecoach South West has introduced updated timetables for one of its most popular routes

Cheque recipients gather before the annual Sidmouth town council meeting and grant presentation. Ref shs 17-16AW 4574. Picture: Alex Walton

Trustees at the Sid Valley Memory Café say the area’s first Admiral Nurse is edging closer to becoming a reality thanks to the support of the local community.

Woodbury Salterton primary school children have been involved in the RHS Rocket Science project this week. Pictured are year children from years two and six with the trays of seeds they planted. Ref exe 16-16SH 1540. Picture: Simon Horn

Primary school pupils are preparing to embark on a project of pure discovery.

Gallery:Pictures: Exmouth win Devon Cup Final

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Celebrations as the Exmouth Cockles win the Devon Cup Final beating visitors Brixham 31 points to 25. Ref exsp 18-16SH 2231. Picture: Simon Horn.

Exmouth 31 Brixham 25

Main road through Sidbury to re-open for bank holiday weekend

Work to resume on Tuesday (May 3)

Exeter Crown Court.

A Honiton man has been ordered to do unpaid community work after he broke an ASBO by getting drunk and insulting a barmaid.

Exmouth Business Awards evening. MP Hugo Swire has a go at the tables with chair of Chamber Of Commerce Ian MacQueen. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref exe 0288-18-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

After hours of deliberation by the judges, the shortlist for the Exmouth Business Awards 2016 has now been announced.

St John's school's new director of music Clive Salmon is pictured with year four students this week. Ref shs 15-16SH 0405. Picture: Simon Horn

A keyboardist who performed on a charity recording of a David Bowie classic has taken the top music job at St John’s School.

Police are warning residents about rogue traders after a Woodbury Salterton pensioner was conned out of £2,000.

Voters will be going to the polls next week to choose the next Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall.

Volunteers are wanted at the Honiton 55+ centre. Ref mhh 17-16AW 4518. Picture: Alex Walton

The manager of Honiton’s 55+ Centre has launched a desperate appeal for volunteers.

Pictured at the new Dalwood affordable homes development sare (l to r) Neil Parish, MP; Phyllida Culpin (CLT) Helen Cope, Brandon Lewis; Kathy Laing, CLT chairman, Shelaagh Fearnley, CLT secretary and  Louise Lote, development officer.

Secretary of State for housing and planning is shown around village’s new affordable homes development

Emergency services were called at 8am after his vehicle was found in a field off the old A30 near to the showground at Fenny Bridges.

The Balfour Arms is set to reopen following a half-a-million pound investment

National pub operator Punch also creates 12 jobs at The Balfour Arms as part of the project.

EDDC officer spraying a temporary stencil alerting dogs owners to the ban

Signs telling people about the seasonal dog bans on East Devon beaches have been improved.

Firefighters were called out to a road between Sidmouth and Newton Poppleford, following reports of a digger fire.

Landlords in East Devon, with currently vacant family-sized properties, are being urged to come forward to help house Syrian refugees.

The class B drugs were located and seized following the search of an address.

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