East Devon will be faced with further restrictions once the national lockdown ends on December 2.
East Devon leader Paul Arnott discusses how the district council has prepared for the second coronavirus lockdown
In his latest column, East Devon leader discusses how his usual autumn tradition has had to change, as has the district council’s constitution
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.
The bisexual flag was flying outside the offices of East Devon District Council for Bi Visibility Day on Wednesday, September 23.
To help businesses in East Devon at this challenging time, East Devon District Council is funding a £40,000 package of business support.
East Devon District Council is teaming up with authorities across the South West in an urgent call for the government to safeguard the future of leisure centres.
The Pride and bisexual flags will be flown outside East Devon District Council’s office to coincide with Pride month every June and Bisexual Visibility Day on September 23.
The leader of East Devon District Council (EDDC) has called on councillors to come together to ‘re-make’ the region’s local plan after pulling out of the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP).
East Devon District Council has officially withdrawn from the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP).
Hospiscare is encouraging people to get their running shoes on for a new virtual fundraising challenge.
A new travelling creative space has been launched, taking nature and culture on tour in East Devon.
The Government’s £6million investment in East Devon schemes to help kickstart the economy has been welcomed.
The decision by East Devon councillors to recommend pulling out of the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP) has thrown the blueprint for future development into doubt.
A plea has been made to help the home-based businesses in East Devon rejected for funding support during the coronavirus crisis.
Following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions, 12 play areas across East Devon will be opening on Monday (July 13).
The ‘true’ number of cases of coronavirus in East Devon has been revealed.
A central government report issuing a ‘now do it’ plea over climate change will be used to help form East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) strategy.
Skate parks and multi-use games areas (MUGAs) across East Devon will be reopening from Monday (July 6).
Skateparks and multi-use games areas (MUGA) in East Devon will remain closed, according to East Devon District Council (EDDC).
After closing a popular East Devon park at the request of police, The district council is urging visitors to behave responsibly.
A new leader of East Devon District Council will be elected at an extraordinary full council meeting to be held on Thursday, May 28.
Eight district councillors have defected from the ruling Independent Group and have formed a new group which plans to take control of the authority.
The opening hours for pharmacies in East Devon on bank holiday Friday (May 8) have been announced by NHS England.
A plea has been made for people to avoid lighting up sky lanterns as they show their support to key workers during the coronavirus crisis.
A new democratic alliance has been formed in East Devon, becoming the largest political group on the district council.
Changes to public space protection orders (PSPO) across East Devon are the subject of a public consultation.
A Holocaust Memorial Day flag was raised at East Devon District Council (EDDC) HQ as a reminder of the six million Jews murdered during the genocide.
Fire crews from five East Devon stations were called out to help extinguish a major fire in Exeter on Saturday (January 25).
Strict new rules around how drones can be used in East Devon have been outlined.
Bus timetables across East Devon are set to be reviewed as part of proposed service changes by Stagecoach South West.
Residents are being warned to stay vigilant after an increase in reports of scam phone calls.
Torrential downpours across East Devon this morning (Thursday, December 19) have left the region’s roads struggling to cope with standing water.
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Investment in broadband and public transport as well as care and community service will help keep East Devon communities connected.
Controversial plans to hike charges in some of East Devon’s busiest car parks have been officially shelved.
Ofsted reform and increased funding are among the promises being made on education by candidates ahead of the election.
Extra investment in mental health services and nursing bursaries in East Devon are among the promises being made ahead of the elections.
Across east Devon, communities will be commemorating the fallen on November 10, Remembrance Sunday.
‘I’m in it to win it’ – Labour’s East Devon candidate is confident of become the region’s next MP.
Departing MP Sir Hugo Swire has warned that voting for Claire Wright in the upcoming election ‘would not achieve anything’.
Voters in East Devon are set to go to the polls in December – but how does the political landscape of the region look?
Homes and businesses could flood as heavy rain rolls into East Devon tonight (Wednesday, October 30)
Controversial plans to introduce a 20 per cent hike in car parking charges in East Devon have been sent back to district decision makers.
A senior position on East Devon District Council has been axed months after a former cabinet member was sacked from the position.
An extraordinary scrutiny meeting has been called to discuss controversial plans to increase car parking charges.
More than 3,500 badgers were killed last year during control operations conducted in three areas which overlap East Devon.
A bid has been made to halt proposed parking tariff hikes by changing East Devon District Council’s constitution.
East Devon leader Ben Ingham said he will not be ‘stepping aside’ after a former cabinet member called for him to resign.