A non-profit Woodbury theatre company making its mission to engage hard-to-reach child audiences has celebrated the close of its 2018 National Lottery-funded flagship summer show.
A passion for crime fiction has inspired a visually impaired Exmouth author to launch a new creative and multi-sensory online community.
The headteacher at Exmouth Community College has defended the school’s policy on uniform after a parent claimed his daughter was sent home due to an ‘unsuitable’ skirt.
An Exmouth man whose dramatic weight loss added decades to his life-expectancy is using his story to support Public Health England’s campaign to improve heart health across the South West.
Four artists from Exmouth were among 20 in East Devon recently recognised for ‘enriching’ their local communities through art.
A football tournament in Exmouth has honoured the memory of beloved Tiverton mum, Kim Baker, and raised thousands of pounds for Hospiscare.
An update on Exmouth’s controversial Plumb Park development is among items on the agenda of an
upcoming residents’ association AGM.
Noise, pollution and traffic congestion complaints have prompted a developer to amend its routing of heavy vehicles to a large Exmouth development.
A dramatic scene unfolded in Exmouth earlier this week after an RSPB tractor got stuck in sand during a beach clean and ended up completely underwater.
An East Budleigh bank holiday street party has celebrated the life of Sir Walter Raleigh by bringing the whole village together for fun and music.
A college in East Devon is celebrating national recognition for its floristry courses after being nominated for two awards in the discipline – and a public vote will determine the outcome.
Members of staff at a Budleigh medical centre have raised more than a thousand pounds taking on Race for Life in memory of their practice manager.
The life of Exmouth’s ‘beloved’ and ‘legendary’ Camperdown cat has been commemorated by council workers with a touching plaque and tree-planting.
The custodians of a famous and historical sixteen-sided house in Exmouth are holding a bonanza book sale to raise money for fixing its roof.
A solar park in Exmouth has reached a major milestone in its generation of sustainable green energy – which was enough to boil 133 milion kettles over the last three years.
A ‘dangerous’ stretch of road in Exmouth may soon benefit from a new traffic light system after a resident raised concerns with the council.
A student dental nurse from Exmouth is taking her talents overseas volunteering with in of Africa’s poorest communities.
A mum has described the terror of seeing her young son grasping a dirty syringe he found on the floor of a public toilet in Exmouth.
Lympstone’s only tea room is under new management and the family taking it on have expressed pleasure at preserving it for the local community.
People in Exmouth will soon have a new reason to be cheerful with the launch of a new course aiming to ‘spread happiness’ throughout the town.
An Exmouth woman - with no sea rowing experience - is among four friends hoping to break a world record and raise cash for charity as the oldest all-female group to row the Atlantic.
Drug-related deaths have risen significantly in East Devon over the last three years, reflecting a national rise in fatalities over the period.
Exmouth Inner Wheel have presented a cheque to their chosen charity of the year, which supports important natural habitats across East Devon.
Three disabled brothers from Exmouth have hung up their riding hats and headed to college after 13 years in the saddle.
Vintage afternoon teas, perfect pies and a passion for fresh local produce have once again earned Budleigh’s Tea and Tittle Tattle a gold award from the Taste of the West.
A seven year-old girl’s charity hair cut has been the latest fundraising effort leading a local charity to make her whole family ambassadors.
Budleigh Salterton & District Hospiscare is looking for volunteer drivers to help get patients about.
Nearly 100 inspirational women and girls have been volunteering at a National Trust property near lympstone to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage.
The Citizens Advice Bureau says ‘unmanageable debt’ has contributed to a rise in personal insolvencies across East Devon revealed in new data.
Elderly Exmouth residents of a road providing single access to a large housing development have shared renewed grievances about disruption and ‘distress’ it is causing them.