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A lifeline service for isolated elderly and vulnerable residents has been boosted by funding from the National Lottery.

The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

The platform at Lympstone Commando will be extended and track improvements will be done between Exmouth and Exeter over October half term.

Two people stuck in the mud in the River Exe were rescued by Exmouth’s volunteer lifesavers.

Budleigh Music Festival has a new chairman.

In his latest column, Reverend Steve Jones talks bout how we can give hope to young people in Exmouth

At the invitation of the college authorities, and with Covid-19 guidelines in place, members of Exmouth National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) talked to students at Bicton College about its work.

Steve Hitchcock, headteacher at St Peter’s, takes readers through a day in his Budleigh Salterton school as staff and pupils learn to live a Covid-19 ‘new normal’

A Devon-based adoption charity is turning its attention to funding homes for those children who have waited the longest.

In her first column for the Journal, Exmouth Chamber of Commerce chairman Laura Woodward-Drake shines the spotlight on Home Instead Senior Care

Exmouth’s volunteer lifesavers came to the rescue a person with a head injury cut off by the tide.

A singer/songwriter who grew up in Exmouth has released a song based on a relationship she had while living in the East Devon resort.

The Deaf Academy in Exmouth has been forced to close its doors after four students and three members of staff tested positive for Covid-19.

Exmouth’s Imperial Hotel is back in business - and so,too, are its staff

Otterton Parish Council John Hiles explains why they have opposed the Lower Otter Restoration Project

Tributes have been paid to Ian Stuart, of Stuart Line Cruises. Here Lauren Clark, partner of Ian’s son Jake, writes on behalf of the Stuart family

Staff and pupils at St Peter’s School, Budleigh, can now have their temperartures easily checked - thanks to the Lions of Budleigh stepping in to pay for three laser thermometers.

A planning application to help a Budleigh Salterton beauty spot adapt to climate change has been hailed as a ‘major step forward’ for a £15million estuary restoration project.

The process of refurbishing Budleigh Salterton’s former fire station to create a community hub has begun.

An urgent £6million economic recovery programme for Devon is being discussed by county councillors.

In is first column, Reverend Steve Jones discusses the warm welcome he has received in Exmouth

Devon schools praised for getting pupils back to class

The chairman of Exeter CITY Community Trust Julian Tagg has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

An Exmouth woman has been awarded an OBE for her services to business in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Exmouth Town Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified Contractors who wish to be considered to undertake grounds maintenance work from April 2021, including the supply of summer and winter plants and maintenance of horticultural features in key locations around the Town.

A private pathway in Budleigh Salterton has had the cleared up thanks to the efforts of four residents.

The authors of a new book on relationships and sex education hope it can help teachers and parents educate children around the subject.

The summer beach ban for dogs across East Devon has come to an end, meaning well-behaved pooches and their owners can enjoy exercising freely along our shorelines again.

Exmouth collections of hard-to-recycle items which are exchanged for funds for brain tumour research are coming to an end.

The Exmouth Journal, Sidmouth Herald and Midweek Herald are brands which have been well established over many years. Their identity will remain the same - but we wanted to bring you something different with their content starting this week.

Supporters of Budleigh Salterton’s Age Concern charity thanked as merger is announced with hospital league of friends.

Friends and family of an Exmouth couple celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary have been urged to raise a glass to them in lieu of a proper celebration.

Exmouth businesses showed their ‘determination to thrive’ as the coronavirus lockdown unfolded, according to the new chamber of commerce chairman.

A technical issue in the national reporting process of positive cases of coronavirus was identified on Friday (October 2).

A fundraising appeal has been launched by Budleigh Salterton AFC in a bid to replace floodlights.

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