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Exmouth RNLI assist with rescue of two men on a yacht

Volunteers from Exmouth RNLI were called out to help the rescue of two men on a 28-foot yacht.

Withycombe Raleigh primary school's percussion band Stomp are pictured performing in front of their peers, teachers and families this week to help raise funds for their forth coming visit to the Music For Youth National Festival in Birmingham. Ref exe 25-16SH 9554. Picture: Simon Horn.

Wtihycombe Raleigh Primary School’s stomp band’s performance has raised around £300 for a trip to the national music for youth festival.

Angela and Tony Westcott will be walking the Great Wall of China in aid of Alzheimer's Society. Ref exe 25-16AW 0860. Picture: Alex Walton

A Brixington mum - gearing up to walk the Great Wall of China for charity - has been ‘overwhelmed’ by the response from the community.

The new defibrillator at Beer. Ref shb 26-16AW 1132. Picture: Alex Walton

The legacy of a young woman will live on in her favourite seaside town after her family donated life saving equipment.

Milly Oakins, nine, sets out form Nelson Drive on her 10 mile walk for Hospiscare with mum Kim Snell and aunty Jade Beasley. Ref exe 23-16AW 9454. Picture: Alex Walton

A nine-year-old Littleham girl has raised an estimated £700 for charity by completing a 10-mile walking challenge.

Otterton Primary School sports. Ref exb 26-16SH 0513. Picture: Simon Horn.

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Fire crews from Exmouth were called out to a fire involving a gas kettle on Monday (June 27).

Exmouth Armed Forces Day took place at the weekend. Royal Marines gave a combat demonstration to the public. Ref exe 26-16AW 1289. Picture: Alex Walton

Exmouth marked Armed Forces Day in The Strand at the weekend. The Royal Marine Band Service opened the event with their marching band display followed by a combat ready demonstration by marines from the Lympstone Commando Training Centre. Hundreds of visitors turned up to enjoy the occasion and support our armed forces.

Budleigh Hospital

A pilot wellbeing hub project at the former Budleigh Salterton Hospital is unlikely to open on a permanent basis this year.

A fire crew was called out to a vehicle fire in Budleigh Salterton on Saturday, June 25.

An Exmouth resident has called for action over a ‘dangerous’ parking problem he says could see schoolchildren seriously injured.

Fire crews were called to attend a fire in a bungalow in Exmouth.

Hugo Swire MP was invited to open the new Pete's Dragon suicide bereavement charity head quarters in Exmouth earlier this month. Ref exe 24-16AW 0191. Picture: Alex Walton

A grieving mum has found hope through heartache by helping to create new headquarters for the charity that was there when she needed it most.

Evacuee Percy Cook (centre) pictured with Brian Curryer and Percy's sister Daisy Vickers.

A man evacuated to Exmouth during World War Two has returned to the town - and has struck up a friendship with another generation of the family which looked after him.

Fly tippers could face fixed penalties of £400 under new powers approved by East Devon District Council.

Gallery: The Range opens in Exmouth

Friday, June 24, 2016
The Range is now open at Exmouth's Liverton Park much to Captain Range's delight. Ref exe 25-16SH 9725. Picture: Simon Horn.

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Item stolen from a home in Exton.

Police are appealing for information after a burglary at a property in Exton.

Ian MacQueen, chairman of Exmouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref exe 8104-47-11AW

The chairman of Exmouth Chamber of Commerce says businesses will want to see market stability and political clarity, after the vote by the UK to leave the EU.

The chairman of Budleigh Salterton Chamber of Commerce has called on residents to support local shops, following the Leave vote in the EU referendum.

Active Mums Cycling project

Mums in Exmouth are jumping on their bikes in order to encourage women to increase the amount they cycle for leisure and active travel.

The EU Referendum results are in. Picture: AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda

In the wake of Britain voting to leave the European Union this morning, the leader of East Devon District Council (EDDC) says he ‘trusts the electorate’.

MEP Julie Girling.

Julie Girling and Molly Scott-Cato both released statements following the EU referendum result.

The EU Referendum results are in. Picture: AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda

Hugo Swire MP said people must work together to secure the best deal for Britain, following David Cameron’s announcement that he will step down as PM.

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks outside 10 Downing Street, London, with wife Samantha where he announced his resignation after Britain voted to leave the European Union in an historic referendum which has thrown Westminster politics into disarray and sent the pound tumbling on the world markets. Picture: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

David Cameron has announced he will quit as Prime Minister by October after a humiliating defeat in the referendum which ended with a vote for Britain to leave the European Union.

David Cameron
Salterton Road residents Dave and Marian Scott are concerned about the lack of dog waste bins in Exmouth. The couple are pictured at their home in Bronte Court with their Yorkshire terrier Millie. Ref exe 25-16SH 9470. Picture: Simon Horn.

An Exmouth pensioner has claimed there are not enough bins to dispose of dog mess in The Avenues.

The Clinton Devon Estates team who are taking part in the Nello Charity cycle ride.

An East Devon based 14 strong team of cyclists are to clock up miles for charity.

Robin Chambers' The Shrouds of the Somme. Matt Austin

On display in Exeter’s Northernhay Gardens from Friday, July 1 until Thursday July 7, 19240 Shrouds of the Somme by Somerset artist Rob Heard comprises 19,240 shrouded figures.

An annual charity cycle ride is returning to Topsham this weekend.

Flashback... to last year's Exmouth Pride event

Exmouth Pride is to hold a tribute for the victims of the recent Orlando attack.

Exmouth Festival faces by Jean Holden. Ref exe 0064-22-16

Public donations to this year’s Exmouth Festival have exceeded £11,500.

Police are appealing for witnesses to an alleged assault on a female passenger on a bus in Exmouth.

Revised plans to build 52 homes by Withycombe Brook have been opposed by Exmouth Town Council.

Jeanne Gollop and her friend Denise Hook have signed up for this year's Twilight Walk to raise funds for Hospiscare. Photo: Mike Powell.

On Saturday, July 9, Exmouth will be a shimmering, glittery, sparkling sight, as hundreds of women take part in the Hospiscare charity Twilight Walk.

St Peter's pupils helping Simon Woods with his pebble art

He is back - Budleigh’s Banksy has returned for another summer of wowing visitors with his pebble art.

Parking in Exmouth has been compared to living in London or Birmingham by angry residents.

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