The Great Fire of 1666 was recreated as youngsters watched a cardboard version on London’s 17th century skyline burn.
The man who oversaw Poppy Appeals which have raised more than £130,000 in memory of those who lost their lives in conflict is standing down.
This month residents will be given the chance to quiz town councillors about issues affecting Budleigh Salterton.
An application to transform a former care home into a large house of multiple occupation (HMO) has been criticised by town leaders.
The plight of homeless people has prompted a group of youngsters to organise a charity talent show.
The appliance of science drew gasps from children at Otterton Primary School during a special assembly.
The Exmouth Journal has a pair of tickets for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition.
Youngsters from an Exmouth primary school are celebrating after a success appearance at a regional sports event.
A fellowship which allows people to go on a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ research trip has been awarded to the founder of a suicide bereavement charity.
A tribute has been paid to a woman who is among the 157 people feared dead following a plane crash in Ethiopia today (Sunday, March 10).
A fallen tree blocked a main route between Exmouth and Exeter this morning (SUnday, March 10), according to police.
The final part of an agreement which would see a seafront watersports centre built is set to be signed.
‘A great team, great location and local produce’ that’s what the owner of a seafront restaurant puts his success down to.
Sustainable working practises are being recognised by this year’s Exmouth Business Awards in a town council-sponsored category.
Some familiar literary faces will be dropping in to a National Trust house as part of World Book Day.
Brave cliff workers have been photographed abseiling from a height equivalent to a four-storey building to remove ‘unsafe’ chunks of sandstone.
The prospect of a permanent café at the eastern end of a popular seafront is backed by an emerging future vision document.
The Journal has a copy of The Donkey Sanctuary-themed Monopoly game for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competiition.
A document which sets out how a seaside town will look for the next 12 years is to go before a public referendum.
So, what happens to East Devon’s small businesses after March 29? The short answer – unless something highly unlikely has happened since this edition went to press – is that no one knows.
Tesco’s bid to create a loading bay outside a planned new store has met with opposition from town leaders.
A new combined library and museum complex is one of five strategic schemes which an emerging planning document supports as a ‘priority project’.
The launch of a new loyalty card scheme is being heralded as the saviour of a town’s independent businesses and the local economy.
A pothole-ridden road damaged by ‘hundreds’ of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) is set for repair work, it has been confirmed.
Postal bosses are being urged to reconsider their decision to not replace a postbox which was damaged last month.
A partially-sighted mum is proving that disability is no barrier as she aims to complete the London Marathon for the first time.
An organisation which raises vital funds for good causes has welcomed its latest member.
The new building has been designed around the specific needs of deaf people, as ‘a vibrant and inspiring place for them to live and learn’..
Injuries and a ‘danger to life’ could occur from flying debris as Storm Freya blows into East Devon this weekend, the Met Office has warned.
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