An elegant dwelling with the benefit of an outdoor pool
Festival’s leading literary talent attracts an international audience
Sidmouth’s Science Festival goes online
It seems that ‘lights, camera, action’ can resume at Exmouth Pavilion this October as several tribute acts are set to illuminate the stage throughout the month.
Stuart Line Cruises are offering passangers the chance to get close to the big ships in Lyme Bay.
Using the virtual platform Zoom, members of the Budleigh Salterton Probus Club elected a new chairman at their annual general meeting on September 3.
Exmouth and Budleigh artists open their studios this September
The Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival brings a virtual feast to the screen
Virtual classroom for adults
Exmouth artists display work at Artbeat exhibition
Drive-In cinema comes to East Devon
There’s a new diary date for this year’s Creative Craft Show.
Table top fundraiser for Exmouth in Bloom
Artists to showcase their works at Open Studios event
Exmouth author releases latest thriller - Limelight
Free guided walk by moonlight on Dartmoor
The Northcott lines up autumn and Christmas events
With the school holidays reaching the mid-way point families could be looking for things to do in East Devon and there are a range of things on offer.
It’s eyes down at The Exmouth Railway Club
Usually we don’t need much of an excuse to step out during August, but this enticing line-up of events and activities gives even more reason to head out...
Topsham tempts tourists with music and quick guides
Summer events are set to resume at Bicton Park
Libraries across East Devon are calling for children to sign up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge and read six books before the school holiday is up in September.
Uncover some of Devon’s hidden secrets this summer
Although forced to abandon their weekly rehearsals, the Exeter and East Devon Rock Choir have carried on singing throughout lockdown - in a remote way.
Blackmore Youth Theatre has been pressing ahead with rehearsals for its next production and acting as an emotional lifeline for its members during lockdown
If you are wondering what to do during the summer months, you need look no further than the East Devon coast.
Over the past few months, many businesses have had to adapt to a different situation and with home baking growing egg farmer Tony Fowler is just one of them.
East Devon restaurants, pubs and cafés are being urged to register for the Treasury’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
Officially speaking, schools in East Devon break up for the summer holiday from next week, so families can take a break from the phased returns and home schooling for six weeks.