Enthusiasts have a unique opportunity to invest in part of Sidmouth’s rail heritage as a £300,000 locomotive restoration project has been put back on track.
A new manager and chairman have taken the helm at a charity-run arts centre with a growing reputation in and beyond the Sid Valley.
A widow, whose generous gesture to people facing Christmas alone last year touched hearts around the world, has spoken of her delight that preparations are under way for another festive feast.
A developer lined up to buy the East Devon District Council (EDDC) offices at Knowle has unveiled its vision for a retirement community on the site.
The loss of Sidmouth’s Samaritans support group will have a ‘major impact’ on the running of the service, says the leader of the charity’s Exeter, Mid and East Devon branch.
Hugo Swire praised students for their ‘passionate determination’ to address important issues
A firefighter has made history after becoming the first woman in Sidmouth to reach the rank of crew manager.
A former hotel and restaurant in Newton Poppleford could be converted into a 13-bed care home.
A temporary tariff of £2 per day will be introduced at Sidmouth’s town centre car parks next week.
The Budleigh Salterton Committee for Cancer Research UK is holding an Evening In India on Saturday, November 28, at 7pm in the Public Hall.
Devon County Council has announced drainage works will take place along Temple Street for five weeks from Monday, January 18.
AFTER many postponements, Cranbrook railway station will finally open on Sunday, December 13.
One man has been questioned in connection with a recent bout of vandalism and officers are asking for more information or witnesses
County Hall chiefs will soon be submitting plans for a long-awaited walking and cycling trail between Sidbury and Sidford.
Sainsbury’s confirmed car park is open to everyone and blamed error in wording for misleading notices
‘It’s a no-brainer’ - stark statistics prompt pair to take the initiative and start fundraising bid
IN A significant development in the proposals to locate a large gypsy and traveller site in Cranbrook, East Devon MP Hugo Swire has urged East Devon District Council to rethink its plans.
Stuart is named the country’s top seaside chef
A carpet cleaner, who offered rock-bottom prices to homeowners – including a vulnerable dementia sufferer – before hiking up his charges by up to 5,400 per cent, has pleaded guilty to seven offences.
A campaign aimed at boosting independent business and celebrating what makes Sidmouth’s retail experience unique is under way for the third year running.
Runner completed a 26.2 mile distance to raise more than £500 for charity that provided ‘invaluable’ care to her family
Royal Mail apologises to East Devon resident, saying hungry snails love to feast on envelopes and stamps
A developer behind plans to redevelop East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) offices at Knowle is to reveal its vision for the site at an exhibition later this month.
Group asks for support in providing IT equipment for school to help ‘kick-start rural development’
Tributes have been paid to an ‘inspirational and modest’ founding member of Sidmouth Running Club - remembered as a family man whose attention to detail was admired by many.
They say fashion comes in cycles. Well, that will certainly be true when Sidmouth’s first Velo Vintage bike ride rolls into town.
Renovations at a seafront hotel revealed that safes can protect valuables from even their owners.
A bakery chain appears to have its sights set on opening in Sidmouth.
A South West MEP is calling for a re-think over recruitment practices following the closure of Sidmouth’s minor injuries unit (MIU).
Reconstruction and resurfacing work for Trow Hill
Tributes were left by Alma Bridge this week to two homeless men who sadly lost their lives in Sidmouth this year.
The closure of Barclays Bank was branded ‘another nail in the coffin’ for Ottery - but the company says it is evolving to meet changing needs.
The organiser of Sidmouth’s independent Christmas Shopping Challenge was ‘greatly saddened’ to find that a banner advertising it had twice been vandalised.
The 1st Sid Vale Scouts are forging ahead with their new HQ after a seven-week wait to modify its planning permission – and their long-awaited base could be ready by Easter.
The Sid Vale Association (SVA) has purchased part of the two-storey building above the Trump store in Fore Street, writes Nigel Hyman.
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