The company operating two of Exmouth’s most prominent seafront hotels has gone into administration.
On-street parking enforcement is being phased back in by Devon County Council, but fines will not be imposed until Monday, May 25.
Four of East Devon’s amateur theatre groups have been recognised in the regional awards presented by the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, NODA, for 2019 productions.
A 75-year-old letter has come to light, written in 1945 by a young nurse based in East Devon, describing how she ‘literally danced for joy’ when she heard that World War Two was over in Europe.
A film capturing life in Budleigh Salterton during World War Two has been made available to view free of charge as local residents commemorate the anniversary of VE Day.
With lockdown making street parties and church services impossible, people are being encouraged to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day in their own homes.
Plans to reschedule the Devon County Show for August because of the coronavirus have been called off.
An East Devon collector of military weapons and memorabilia is displaying his World War Two collection online after a real-life exhibition for the VE Day anniversary had to be cancelled.
Devon Air Ambulance, currently unable to fly because of coronavirus, now has a third vehicle available to attend urgent incidents.
Scam phone calls claiming that face masks are now compulsory to prevent the spread of the coronavirus have been reported to Devon and Somerset’s Trading Standards.
An urgent appeal for funding has been made by the Estuary League of Friends, a charity helping elderly and vulnerable people in the Topsham area during the coronavirus crisis.
Hundreds of items of borrowed medical equipment and mobility aids have been returned to Devon’s health and social care services, following an appeal by the county council.
Exeter’s Nightingale hospital is to be set up in a vacant retail unit in Sowton instead of at Westpoint.
Businesses in East Devon are being offered free webinars and online workshops to help them survive the coronavirus lockdown.
This year’s Beautiful Days festival has been cancelled because of the coronavirus.
‘Bogus and incorrect information’ on dealing with the coronavirus outbreak is rife on social networks and messaging apps, according to Citizens Advice East Devon.
Testing for Covid-19 is being scaled up dramatically in Devon.
Groups of volunteers in Sidmouth, Feniton and Budleigh are making vital protective clothing for the NHS and other health workers in East Devon, but they need money to buy more material.
Almost £30million in Government grant support has been paid to businesses in East Devon in response to the coronavirus lockdown.
The 75th anniversary of VE Day, on Friday, May 8, will not be celebrated with street parties and concerts as originally planned, because of the coronavirus lockdown.
Devon Air Ambulance is to start helping transport patients between hospitals by road this week, as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
An ‘urgent’ call has been made for a new approach to tackling coronavirus in the south west, in view of the relatively low number of cases.
People with borrowed medical equipment or mobility aids that they no longer need are being urged to relinquish it so that it can be used during the coronavirus crisis.
My thoughts are with Boris Johnson following his admission to intensive care on Monday.
A virtual tour of The Donkey Sanctuary is on offer tomorrow, Easter Sunday.
A temporary Nightingale hospital is to be opened at Exeter’s Westpoint to provide extra beds for patients with coronavirus symptoms, if needed.
The MP for East Devon has expressed his concern and support for Boris Johnson as the Prime Minister remains in intensive care, being treated for the coronavirus.
Sidmouth Folk Festival has been cancelled this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Police investigating fraudulent building activity are appealing for help from residents of East Devon.
Delivering Covid-19 samples for testing, taking medication to patients in their homes and providing urgent support to hospitals are all part of the Devon Freewheelers’ work during the coronavirus crisis.