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More money has been spent repairing vandalised dinosaur models in Exmouth this year than in the entirety of 2017, the Journal can reveal.

The work of more than 30 artists is being displayed at an 'anything goes' exhibition which promises to uncover the 'secrets of a seaside town'.

Stickers bearing an uncensored version of the slogan 'B******s to Brexit' were spotted being worn by children at Sidmouth Folk Festival, drawing criticism of the campaign.

Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 3 of 3

A 'captivating' children's puppet show held in Budleigh Salterton has been hailed a success.

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Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 1 of 3

Are there big cats roaming Devon and Cornwall?

A former World War Two observation post in Otterton will be converted into holiday accommodation after planning permission was granted.

A lifeline drop-in service in the town centre should be revived according to Exmouth's mental health champion.

Most festivals wouldn't schedule Ash, followed by Sleaford Mods and then Ziggy Marley to headline the Saturday night, but Beautiful Days is a bit different.

An Exmouth church is facing a race against time to raise funds to repair a condemned heater ahead of the winter.

Children who do not fit into mainstream education could benefit from a facility being proposed for an Exmouth primary school.

Tickets are now on sale for The Exmouth Players' next production, Colder Than Here, a black comedy by Laura Wade.

Launched in 2016, Shute Festival offers a diverse range of activities, writes co-director Samantha Knights.

All but two of 130 people who rent beach hut spaces in Budleigh have an EX postcode, new figures have revealed.

A poorly duck found starving and dehydrated has been given a clean bill of health and returned to the wild.

A man has suffered serious facial injuries after being punched in the face through a car window in Exmouth.

Five lots set to go under the hammer as part of a haul of model trains could fetch more than £800 combined.

Beautiful Days festival opened on Friday (August 16) at Escot Park - wet but with a lot of smiling faces

Book reviews from East Devon Resident

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Sunday Times bestseller Jane Corry selects the pick of this month's reads. Perfect for the beach or a quiet spot in the library…

A Royal Navy diver from Exmouth who saved a fellow sailor from drowning in a swimming pool has been recognised for his heroics.

Archant's Digital Decoded workshops offer a no-nonsense guide to SEO and more. Jamie Brown explains what you'll learn at the free sessions.

Devon now has a record number of families signed up to provide foster homes for children and young people in the county.

A new town centre takeaway outlet could soon be coming to Budleigh Salterton.

Shoppers in Budleigh Salterton will soon be able to draw cash out in the town centre again after a planning approval was granted.

An Exmouth father and son are willingly spending five days in an unknown remote location with only the bare essentials for charity.

A section of seafront road could be subject to closures for five months as works continue on a £12million tidal defence project.

A section of Exmouth seafront road will be closed next month as part of a multi-million pound scheme to reinforce sea defences.

Post 16 pupils at Exmouth Community College found out how they did in their A-levels this morning (Thursday, August 15).

This year's A-Level results - which have seen at least 76 Exmouth Community College students confirm their place at university - have been as 'fantastic' by the principal.

An environmentally-friendly bag made by a craft group in Budleigh Salterton has officially gone on sale.

A huge haul of vintage toy trains are set to go under the hammer in Exmouth next month.

Judging from the laughter at recent rehearsals, Salterton Drama Club's forthcoming production at the Playhouse in Budleigh promises to be great fun, but with a twist.

The 80th anniversary of the start of World War Two will be remembered in Exmouth at a service of commemoration on Sunday, September 8.

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