Emma Richardson writes about how people should show encourage more positive behaviour
Members of an Exmouth-based support group for people with macular disease have refused to let the coronavirus outbreak prevent them from being there for each other.
Exmouth beach will be made safer this summer thanks to a £500,000 found set up by Devon and Cornwall’s police and crime commissioner.
A newly licensed reverend in Exmouth has set his sights on using technology to encourage young adults into church.
A one-day walking pilgrimage from Exeter Cathedral to Exmouth will celebrate the reopening of church buildings after lockdown.
This year’s gathering of classic vehicles in Exmouth has been cancelled due to coronavirus.
A ‘suspicious’ fire which ripped through part of the roof of a popular Exmouth tearoom is being treated by police as arson.
Work is set to begin on a new property development in Exmouth in August – more than six months after permission was granted.
A bid to create a new day care centre for adults with mental and physical disabilities has been handed a boost.
A new swimming pool could be built at Lympstone Manor after a planning application was submitted.
An Exmouth man has spoken of the ‘surreal’ feeling of completing a virtual rowing challenge for charity.
After hearing they would not be able to perform their end-of-year production for friends and family, Exmouth youngsters are creating a film instead.
Exmouth Chamber of Commerce is continuing its support for businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic with its latest webinar.
The owner of an Exmouth hairdressers was ‘thrilled’ to reopen following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions – even more so as the mayor and town crier attended the relaunch.
A decision on whether East Devon District Council will take part in a consultation on the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP) will be made later this month.
Pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants have reopened their doors for the first time since late March and one Exmouth regular has paid tribute to the way they are being run.
Volunteer litter pickers were left ‘devastated’ by the amount of rubbish found at a Budleigh Salterton beach in their first clean-up operation since lockdown restrictions were eased.
The takeover of an Exmouth GP practice has secured the employment of its clinical and administrative staff.
Seafront flower beds which were set to be the centrepiece of a Britain in Bloom gold bid are ‘blooming’ with a VE Day theme.
An Exmouth lifeguard came to the rescue of a kitesurfer struggling to stay afloat.
The poems of a former Exmouth Community College teacher have been translated into Italian for a new collection being published in July.
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the pilgrims’ voyage in the Mayflower, an Exmouth man is set to complete a virtual rowing challenge.
There is still time for people to sign up to take part in Hospiscare’s first virtual mass participation event.
A plea has been made for a developer and the councils to work together in a bid to solve residents’ fears over the impact of HGVs using Douglas Avenue.
A well-used Exmouth community hall is now being powered by solar panels, the town council has revealed.
A group of keen cyclists gathered in a socially distanced way in Exmouth to discuss what bike-friendly routes they would like to see in the town.
When the coronavirus lockdown put weddings and other events on hold, one Exmouth business branched out in a bid to survive.
The shortlists for the first ever virtual business awards in Exmouth have been revealed by the chamber of commerce.
The death of a man whose body was pulled from the sea in Exmouth on Saturday (June 27) morning is not being treated as suspicious.
A solicitors’ firm sponsoring the first virtual business awards in Exmouth is ‘very much’ open for business despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Police investigating two instances of indecent exposure in the Exmouth area have released a picture of a man they want to talk to.
A free charity ride is being launched by an Exmouth-based community interest company for ‘little riders’.
A £1,667 grant from Sport England will help an Exmouth sports club pay its rent for the next five months.
A plea has been issued for those with photographs and memories of a 200-year-old Exmouth business to come forward.
It’s most men’s dream to build their very own bar in the back garden but for one Exmouth man, that dream has become a reality.
A group of keen cyclists will be gathering in a socially distanced way in Exmouth on Sunday (June 21) to discuss what bike-friendly routes they would like to see in the town.
Exmouth town crier Roger Bourgein writes in his latest column about looking forward to a post-Covid-19 world
Exmouth retailers have adapted ‘very well’ having reopened after lockdown restrictions were eased but early trading is ‘very patchy’, according to the chamber of commerce chairman.
In her latest column, author Emma Richardson writes about the need to celebrate diversity in society
St Peter’s Preparatory School is gearing up for the return of more students following the relaxation of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Two luxury cruise liners usually seen touring the Caribbean have been spotted off the coast of Exmouth.
Lifeguard patrols are set to return to Exmouth on Saturday (June 20).
A spillage on the road in the Bystock area of Exmouth is causing slow traffic.
The mystery gardener behind the planting of a rose in Exmouth town centre has revealed himself.
Residents at an Exmouth care home have paid tribute to the staff who have cared for them during the coronavirus lockdown.
A Budleigh Salterton woman running a marathon a week until the cure for coronavirus is found has now been joined in her crusade by six other willing runners.
Budleigh Salterton’s Lions Club has teamed up with food festival organisers to raise vital funds to help those isolating from coronavirus.
Three people onboard an inflatable boat which was drifting near Straight Point have been rescued by Exmouth volunteer lifesavers.
An Exmouth clothing shop is expanding to give parents a specialised area to get their children’s school uniform this summer.
Exmouth’s new watersports centre is still set to open by the end of the summer – providing there is no Covid-19 ‘second spike’.