Exmouth Community Food Larder has issued an urgent statement after misleading reports on social media.
East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire made the remarks about the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal earlier this week in the House of Commons.
The Paranormal Database has half-a-dozen entries for Exmouth. Have you ever had a ghostly encounter?
The East Devon farm shop targeted by the ‘Vegan Mafia’ has doubled its turkey sales on the back of the incident.
If you would like to work with young women, provide them with new skills and organise exciting activities and adventures the Girl Guides need you.
Victoria was among more than 80 youngsters being recognised for their achievements at the event in London.
The pop-up shop sells Christmas cards, calendars, candles, wrapping paper, napkins and stocking fillers.
Almost £2million has been spent on agreements gagging former staff members over the last five years by Devon County Council.
Michael Caines’ plan for a waterfront restaurant in Exmouth has been described as ‘brilliant’, ‘excellent’ and ‘fantastic’ after it was announced yesterday.
Traveller caravans are moving out of East Devon, according to government figures.
The hunt is on for a bean bag containing an Exmouth woman’s treasured jewellery after it was accidentally sold at a car boot sale.
A New Year’s Eve party planned for Exmouth town centre has been cancelled due to ‘spiralling costs’ and ‘fear’ from local businesses.
A friendly Christmas challenge has lit up the streets of an East Devon town after its children decorated the town’s Christmas tree.
New housing benefit applicants in East Devon have waited almost three weeks for their claims to be processed, new figures have revealed.
Independent councillors are demanding answers after it was revealed East Devon District Council spent more than £205,000 on gagging orders between 2014 and 2018.
A recent rise in house prices in East Devon is ‘disastrous’ for first time buyers, according to an Exmouth estate agent.
Primary school children in Exmouth are hard at work creating lanterns for what should be a magical display.
All the money raised by the raffle will be donated to Stallcombe House, a residential community for adults with learning disabilities.
The Exmouth Rotarians went on a shopping spree to provide for their local foodbank.
After criticism of the amount of taxpayer money spent on gagging orders East Devon District Council has issued a statement.
Krispies in Exmouth has reopened after three weeks of refurbishment work to ‘future proof’ the shop.
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An innovative way to donate to people in need has received overwhelming support from the Exmouth community.
Figures obtained using a Freedom of Information request show that East Devon District Council has spent more than £200,000 on gagging orders over the past four years.
East Devon District Council is hopeful that eight homeless people will be housed in a former bed and breakfast before Christmas.
Bill ‘from Exmouth’ broke down in tears explaining to radio host James O’Brien that regretted his decision to vote to leave the EU.
The contributions of Exmouth’s women to the suffrage movement are detailed in a new booklet.
Youngsters at Littleham C of E Primary School have been dressing up to better understand the lives of their ancestors caught up in the horrors of WW1.
The town council is looking for projects to fund which will improve the town and the lives of the people who live there.
Girl Guides in Exmouth have held a Question Time style event to celebrate 100 years since the first women were granted the right to vote.
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