A team of five fundraisers will have just 10 wheels between them when they ride the length of the country in just a week for a new charity-boosting Sidmouth group.
The bomb squad was called to Sidmouth beach for the second time in little more than a week on Wednesday afternoon due to an object that ‘could have been mistaken for a torpedo’.
Bargain hunters are invited enjoy some retail therapy in Ottery next week as the town’s scouts host their annual jumble sale.
A warning has been issued that ‘people need to take responsibility for their own safety’ as yet more beachgoers put their lives at risk on Sidmouth’s dangerous east beach.
The future of a panel set up to examine the dealings of a controversial business group will be determined by a district council watchdog tonight (Thursday).
Angry campaigners say district chiefs are ‘flagrantly overstating’ savings in justifying their relocation from Knowle – and argue public accountability is essential before any decision is made.
The Branscombe Players prepare for their show with these behind the scenes gallery.
Would-be candidates for May 7’s local elections can learn more about the ins and outs of the process at a series of workshops planned for later this month.
Health bosses have agreed to consider other options for the future of Sidmouth and Ottery St Mary’s hospitals – which could include the services continuing as normal.
An elderly man disappeared in Sidmouth, sparking a police hunt
An Ottery dog lover and her remarkable four-legged companion are hoping to land a final spot at Crufts 2015, after receiving a prestigious nomination.
Police and ambulance crews were called to Sidmouth seafront after reports that a man had been found dead in the Port Royal shelter.
Branoc Hall will turn into a restaurant for one night as part of a series of pop-up restaurants.
Ten new beach huts could help slash an eight-year waiting list in Sidmouth – but critics have claimed it is a money-grabbing move that will ruin the view on a popular walkway.
The homeowners worst affected by Sidmouth’s seafront erosion fear they have lost the political leverage for action because of a 10-month delay in drawing up a blueprint for defences.
Work to defend the at-risk Alma Bridge and secure the crumbling cliff was due to be completed by highways crews as the Herald went to press yesterday (Thursday).
Sidmouth residents interested in the history of a rare species of tree have paid for a new replacement plaque after the old one became unreadable.
The UK Independence Party is inviting residents to a public meeting with its parliamentary candidate in St Francis Church Hall, in Woolbrook, from 7.30pm, on Wednesday, January 21.
What takes 12 months, 13,400 bricks and £980,000 to build?
One hundred Devon schools could have to finance their own crossing patrols if County Hall bosses push through plans to slash funding.
A magical photo competition held by a Sidmouth business had a fairytale outcome for charity, after it netted £300.
A man who bombarded his ex-girlfriend with text messages has pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order, shortly after it was granted in court.
Stephen Blundell handed himself into authorities after fleeing to Spain in April 2013.
Glitz and glamour at the second business awards night.
District council planners will have to declare any ‘significant lobbying’ by developers and campaign groups if recommendations surrounding the ‘negative’ issue are adopted.
Winning an award from a leading brewery has spurred on staff at a Sidmouth pub on to organise a beer and burger festival.
Owners of a derelict hotel on the outskirts of Ottery St Mary have revealed plans to preserve the building before it is ‘irretrievably damaged’.
Officers are searching for a burglar after an attempt was made to force the rear patio door of a Sidmouth home in broad daylight.
Fire crews were called to the Victoria Hotel earlier today (Thursday) after they received a report of a blaze in a laundry room.
‘Bags for life’ turned into ‘cash for scouts’ as a Sidmouth store selected the youngsters as its charity of the year.
Trust’s chief executive talks about a year of highs for the charity
Volunteers for a community enterprise are celebrating after winning a five-year battle to secure planning permission for a composting site at Bowd.
Police appeal for witnesses after crash
Two people from Sidmouth have pleaded guilty to a joint charge of possessing with the intent to supply cannabis worth more than £120.
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