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During the coronavirus lockdown, many businesses came to the community’s aid delivering not only their own products but vital food shopping and prescriptions.

In his latest column, East Devon leader discusses how his usual autumn tradition has had to change, as has the district council’s constitution

Takeaway food ordering service Ubereats is expanding into Exmouth.

In his latest column, Michael Caones highlights the Devon-based suppliers he uses

A website dedicated to highlighting the steps Exmouth can take to reduce carbon emissions has been launched.

In his latest column, East Devon MP Simon Jupp writes about the need for the community to support its local independent businesses

Students from the Deaf Academy in Exmouth took advantage of the opportunity to visit one of the town’s most popular attractions.

A couple of young ‘lockdown legends’ in Exmouth have been recognised for their contribution during the coronavirus pandemic.

Exmouth Community College students have shown ‘huge resilience’ in responding to the new restrictions that are in place throughout the school.

Exmouth RNLI’s inshore lifeboat was launched on Sunday (October 25) after two incidents in the River Exe.

Kind-hearted small businesses in Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton have been offering “free school meals” this half term “because the government isn’t”.

Children in the Langstone Drive area of Exmouth are gearing up for a Halloween trick-or-treat with a difference this year.

A third table-top sale held this year for Exmouth in Bloom raised more than £680 for the volunteer-run group.

Some 79,000 streetlight across Devon will be converted to LED lights within the next two years – reducing carbon emissions by 75 per cent.

Following a ‘desperate’ period during lockdown for Exmouth’s Indoor Market, community groups are being urged to take empty stalls rent free.

A new public survey has been launched to try to find out more about people’s experiences using the NHS 111 service in Devon.

The latest book recounting the history of the Bystock and Marley estates has been published.

Four East Devon green spaces – including Exmouth’s Manor Gardens – have been awarded a coveted Green Flag Award.

In this week’s column, Reverend Steve Jones ponders whether an Exmouth Ministry of Imagination could help solve some of the town’s issues

September was a record month for the Exmouth National Coastwatch Institution (NCI)

Darts Farm’s fields of pick-your-own sunflowers have raised a record-breaking £6,542 for charity.

In her latest column, Exmouth Chamber of Commerce chairman Laura Woodward-Drake has shone the spotlight on three women who are bringing creativity and culture to Exmouth

With winter fast approaching, it is now more important than ever for us all to carry on following COVID-19 precautions to help stop the spread of the virus by always observing the three-tier local restrictions and remembering three key words – Hands, Face, Space.

This year’s Remembrance Day service in Exmouth will be an invite-only event this year due to coronavirus restrictions.

People have the chance to celebrate the life of Ian Stuart on Thursday (October 22) as a procession passes through the seafront.

A plea has been made for new drivers to help isolated residents get to medical appointments.

Tri-Hards’ husband and wife co-founders Shelly and Neal Stammers have dedicated their recent award to their volunteer activity leaders who help to run 30 different fitness sessions for over 300 members in Exmouth.

The launch of the ambitious “Saving Devon’s Treescapes” project has been marked by the planting of its first trees.

Charitable organisations providing residential care for older people in Exmouth are being invited to apply for funding.

People at risk of poverty in Exmouth have had a helping hand with their gas and electric bills thanks to a grant from a supermarket giant.

Fans of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons have a rare opportunity to catch up with Devon-based tribute New Jersey Boys later this month.

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.

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