The Exmouth Indoor Market has reopened after closing following the coronavirus outbreak.
There are only a few days left to nominate an Exmouth business for the Virtual Business Awards
As preparations continue for the Exmouth Chamber of Commerce Virtual Business Awards, we have been speaking to Ruskin Wilson, one of the partners at Thompson Jenner, which is one of the award sponsors.
A sport and fitness coaching company sponsoring the Exmouth Virtual Business Awards has revealed how it has coped with the coronavirus lockdown.
Plans to build more than 300 homes and a primary school in Exmouth have been recommended for refusal by the town’s planning committee.
In the early hours of Saturday morning intrepid Exmouth residents went along to the seafront to watch the sun rise on the longest day of the year.
Staff at a popular Exmouth seafront venue ‘cannot wait to get back to work’ once coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Staff at an Exmouth mobile phone shop have been making every effort to make sure the branch is ready to reopen.
The owner of an award-winning Exmouth restaurant admits he is ‘itching to get up and open’ following closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
More personal wellbeing services will soon be rolled out to residents in East Devon by an award-winning care provider as lockdown restrictions ease.
Nominations can now be made for the new-look Exmouth Business Awards.
As excitement grows ahead of the first virtual Exmouth Business Awards, three sponsor businesses have revealed how they have adapted to the coronavirus crisis.
Exmouth businesses which have adapted services amid the coronavirus are set to be recognised in a ‘virtual’ awards ceremony.
The postponement of the business rates revaluation has been welcomed by the chairman of Exmouth’s Chamber of Commerce.
Following on from the widespread closures of public spaces in the early days of the coronavirus outbreak, East Devon District Council has reopened the vast majority of its parks and gardens.
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Journal columnist and author Emma Richardson discusses the great people in our communities.
Coronavirus Community Lifelines bring together information to help the people in Exmouth find support if they need it
Journal columnist and deputy leader of the Democratic Alliance, says the group intends to work for all communities in East Devon.
Journal columnist Anthony Bernard, of Exmouth Community Larder, says with all the changes, we look for some fixed point.
The lockdown imposed to slow the spread of Covid-19 was needed according to Exmouth’s town crier who recently recovered from the ‘nasty’ virus.
Guest columnist and district councillor Joe Whibley calls on his fellow councillors to collectively lobby Parliament to ‘level up’ the regions
Exmouth’s musical theatre group, Centre Stage, is appealing to the local community to help its young members’ voices be heard in 2020.
World Book day is celebrated around the globe and children often get the chance to dress up to mark the occasion. We take a look back at the event.
For their first production of 2020 at the Blackmore Theatre The Exmouth Players presented The legal drama, Beyond Reasonable Doubt, by Jeffrey Archer.
Members of local environmental groups and Exmouth churches will plant a new fruit orchard in the beautiful ancient meadow surrounding the Point in View Chapel this Sunday, February 2.
A look back on New Year’s Eve in Exmouth.
Guest columnist Eileen Wragg reflects on the suffering of those who survived the wars and how best we can honour those who fought for our freedom.
September marks a momentous occasion for Exmouth Photo Group as it is 50 years ago that the club was founded, writes chairman, Ian Bateman.
A man has suffered serious facial injuries after being punched in the face through a car window in Exmouth.
The new owner of the Hook, Line and Drinker in Exmouth is hoping to create a ‘youth club’ feel for their customers
Councillor Bruce de Saram said he regretted his decision to park in the spot in the Exmouth Town Hall car park and paid the fine ‘promptly’
Exmouth-based suicide bereavement charity Pete’s Dragons won the Exmouth Business Award for health, fitness or wellbeing provider of the year
It’s the first gig in Exmouth for Glorious Rascals, even though they have strong links with the town. Also performing are the Bicton Street Blues.
A fallen tree blocked a main route between Exmouth and Exeter this morning (SUnday, March 10), according to police.
A community choir was on song for suicide bereavement support charity Pete’s Dragons – boosting the cause to the tune of £1,760 with a pair of concerts.
A bearded dragon with severe tumours on its eyes and mouth had to be put down in what an Exmouth animal rescuer has said was a ‘preventable’ situation.
Princesses are pampered and scientists end up covered in slime in the wonderfully wacky world of Mrs Snuggles The Ultimate Party Experience.
An Exmouth-based suicide bereavement charity has smashed its fundraising target allowing it to extend its reach across the county.
An Exmouth-based director of a market research has been slapped with a six-year ban for allowing his polling company to make thousands of unregulated marketing calls.
The full state of crime and disorder in Devon have been revealed in a stark new report by the Safer Devon Partnership.
Owls from Hawkridge Bird of Prey Centre swooped in to the East Budleigh primary school.
A group of newly-employed apprentices will be based at an Exmouth housing development, it has been confirmed.
An Exmouth-based builders’ merchant is holding a reverse auction to raise funds for charity.
Suicide bereavement charity’s CEO in running to be named most inspirational and influential woman in Devon and Cornwall.
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“It is clearly unacceptable for GWR to insist that the people of Exmouth pay a full fare for standing room only on a service which is so often uncomfortably cramped that passengers can hardly move.”
A rogue window cleaner is facing a jail sentence after he targeted vulnerable pensioners and disabled people and demanded money for work he had never done.
Unprecedented and amazing’ kindness has seen charity Pete’s Dragons send a record number of Christmas hampers to suicide bereaved families in the South West.
Police have been given more time to detail a 16-year-old arrested on suspicion of attempting to murder a 10-year-old girl in Exmouth.