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A celebration of the day that marked the end of World War Two has been postponed due to the coronavirus.

An Exmouth church is using social media to make sure its congregation is supported during the coronavirus pandemic.

Follow our live blog as East Devon reacts to the Coronavirus pandemic and looks to offer support to those who have gone into self-isolation

Budleigh Salterton’s music festival has been cancelled due to the ‘rapidly changing’ circumstances surrounding coronavirus.

Emergency food parcels have arrived in Devon and will be distributed to the county’s most vulnerable residents who have been told to stay at home for at least 12 weeks.

Exmouth’s community larder needs volunteers to come forward as demand for its service continues to rise during the coronavirus pandemic.

All household waste recycling centres have been closed in Devon until further notice.

An East Devon man who cleans road signs for free has had to suspend his generous activity because of the threat of coronavirus.

Self-isolating due to the coronavirus outbreak hasn’t stopped one Exmouth couple from celebrating six decades of marriage.

A motorist was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a collision which closed an Exmouth road for three-and-a-half hours.

Devon County Council is trialling a new subsidised taxi service to help key workers travel to and from work.

Budleigh Salterton’s fire station will close on Friday (April 3).

Prior to the coronavirus lockdown, primary school pupils from North Devon travelled to Otterton Mill to find out how grain was milled a century ago.

Chris Tuckett, a physical activity clinical champion for Public Health England and physiotherapist has given some helpful advice on how the over 70s can keep mobile, fit and healthy through this period of self-isolation.

Devon Air Ambulance is standing down its helicopter flights in response to the coronavirus crisis.

Clyst St Mary is set to get its own community air ambulance landing site after planning permission was granted.

If your household is affected by coronavirus, any waste materials that you come in to contact with must be handled carefully, East Devon District Council has said.

Demand for a milk vending machine at Otterton Mill has doubled since the coronavirus outbreak, as supermarkets struggle to keep their shelves stocked.

The plight of elderly residents forced to go into isolation to protect themselves from coronavirus has inspired some children to write cards to them.

The BBC is teaming up with manufacturers, retailers and a loneliness charity to offer free DAB radios to the most vulnerable people aged over 70.

RNLI lifeguard patrols are to ‘pause’ in light of the latest Government advice on coronavirus.

A Devon charity is urgently appealing to the community after losing a predicted £1million due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A package of temporary, timely and targeted measures to support public services, people and businesses through the Covid-19 outbreak have been laid out by the Chancellor.

Firefighters and ambulance staff in Exmouth have been on the receiving end of some early Easter generosity.

An initiative to help elderly residents isolating due to coronavirus maintain contact has been launched by an Exmouth care provider.

In order to provide information to the people of Exmouth, we have created this community lifeline to find sources of help in the area.

The owner of two Exmouth laundrettes forced to close due to coronavirus has given some dos and don’ts for washing clothes.

Amid the escalating coronavirus outbreak, the Harbour Master has warned that only ‘necessary and essential’ travel in the River Exe should take place.

Work on Exmouth’s new seafront watersports centre has been temporarily paused as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Staff from social care teams in Devon are being redeployed from non-critical to essential frontline services in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Self-employed workers will be able to claim support worth 80 per cent of their average monthly profits in an ‘unprecedented’ move to cover the impact of coronavirus, the government has announced.

An Exmouth rugby club’s changing rooms are set to double in size after plans were approved.

Residents across East Devon will show solidarity with those on the frontline battling coronavirus by clapping in unison.

People who continue to flout coronavirus lockdown rules will be breaking the law and could be arrested by police.

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