A student who attended Exmouth Community College last week has tested positive for Covid-19.
Police are bracing for a huge influx of visitors to Devon this weekend and have urged people coming here to respect the area.
Social distancing, shielding and face masks have all become part of daily life for East Devon residents in the 100 days since the coronavirus lockdown was imposed.
Devon is being hailed as in a good position to begin welcoming back visitors as it has one of the lowest rates of Covid-19 cases in the country.
Devon had expected up to 6,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic but the total number is in fact 336, councillors have been told.
The number of Covid-19 related deaths across Devon and Cornwall has fallen compared to last week’s figures.
Vehicle restrictions at East Devon recycling centres – affecting bicycles and some vehicles with trailers – have been eased.
Groups of up to six people can meet outside from Monday, June 1, Boris Johnson has said.
Plans have been drawn up to ensure staff and customers of a popular Exmouth pub are safe before it reopens.
An Exmouth-based suicide bereavement charity has become one of the first causes to benefit from part of a £2m pot dedicated to those responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Exmouth’s Plumb Park sales office reopened on Friday (MaY 22)
Exmouth mayor Steve Gazzard has donated £1,574 to Open Door Centre
Exmouth Rotarians are doing their bit to boost the fight against coronavirus.
Isolated residents in Lympstone have benefitted from the newly earned cooking skills gained by a young Exmouth sea cadet.
A Budleigh Salterton youngster is maintaining her love of books through the coronavirus crisis.
An Exmouth delicatessen is set to reopen its doors for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak hit.
A Budleigh woman is gearing up to run a marathon every week until a vaccine is found for coronavirus.
Staff at an Exmouth youth centre are taking advantage of modern technology to continue supporting young people in the town.
Devon residents are being asked to ‘think twice’ by the fire service ahead of the first weekend since coronavirus lockdown measures were relaxed.
Motorists are being warned that some of Devon’s recycling may have to close temporarily due to safety issues with traffic queuing back onto main roads.
Twelve East Devon organisations helping in the fight against coronavirus have received a cash boost thanks to a district and county council initiative.
An Exmouth 3D printing firm is boosting a Devon-based group’s bid to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus crisis.
More than a third of the East Devon public conveniences closed due to coronavirus are set to reopen.
An aspiring children’s book writer has created a series of illustrations to remember the ‘fun and silly’ side of the coronavirus lockdown.
Work to build an NHS Nightingale hospital in Devon is now officially underway.
The number of deaths related to coronavirus in Devon and Cornwall that took place between April 25 and May 1 has dropped by a quarter on the previous week’s figures.
Devon’s schools will take ‘any action required’ in order to reopen in a safe way, says Devon County Council.
The seven remaining East Devon District Council gardens - closed since the coronavirus lockdown started - will reopen from tomorrow. (Wednesday May 13)
Work on Exmouth’s multi-million-pound seafront watersports complex has recommenced on a ‘restricted’ basis.
The annual procession of illuminated floats and flamboyance will not be coming to most East Devon towns this summer and autumn.
There have been more than 130 confirmed cases of coronavirus across East Devon, according to government figures.
Green waste collections are set to resume from Monday (May 11).
East Devon District Council (EDDC) will receive a share of an extra £1.6billion in funding to make sure it can continue to support the community.
Rainbows have been used by Exmouth residents of all ages as a sign positivity and support for the NHS during the coronavirus lockdown.
A ‘stay away’ warning has been issued by district council leader Ben Ingham to visitors ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
Join Hospiscare for a series of live music sessions to fund vital end of life care in East Devon.
Recycling centres in East Devon are set to re-open on Monday (May 11) for ‘essential use only’, the county council have confirmed.
A fundraising plea has been made by two Exmouth women who are bidding to create a ‘huge’ arts and crafts community movement during the coronavirus crisis.
There have been five confirmed Covid-19 deaths in Sidmouth as well as in other East Devon areas, including Exmouth and Honiton.
There were 29,648 deaths which involved coronavirus up to April 24 in England and Wales, compared to the Government’s daily figures of 27,173 at the same stage.
The demand for Exmouth’s community larder in April has tripled compared to 12 months ago, according to the coordinator of the volunteer-run service.
The coronavirus death toll at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital now stands at 39.
A Budleigh Salterton-based home care provider is helping elderly residents stay connected with their families.
There is still time to enter two competitions being organised by Budleigh Salterton Library.
An Exmouth couple have managed to celebrate three decades of wedded bliss despite being in isolation due to coronavirus.
Another of Exmouth’s buskers is doing his bit to lift community spirits during the coronavirus crisis.
Exmouth’s community larder has benefitted from a ‘huge’ collection made by the town’s young footballers.
Put on your most colourful outfits for a virtual ‘colour bomb’ and help raise funds for Exmouth’s new Deaf Academy.
A lifeline food delivery service launched by Age UK Devon has seen bags perishable items delivered to elderly residents in Exmouth.
The coronavirus crisis hasn’t stopped one Topsham man from completing a marathon fundraising challenge.