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An Axminster woman has died following a road traffic collision near Sidbury on Monday.
Author speaks to Sidmouth audience ahead of the release of debut novel
Members of the public invited to give their views on proposals
An elderly woman has died following a road traffic collision near Sidbury this morning (Monday).
The second Exmouth Spirit of the Exe and Mussel Festival was held on Saturday on the sea front
This years Sidmouth Carnival pictures were taken on the esplanade where hundreds gathered to watch the spectacle.
Three former volunteers with the RNLI lifeboat in Lyme Regis and one new recruit received awards at the crew’s end of season party on Saturday (September 24).
Motorists are being warned to take their valuables with them after a spate of car break-ins across East Devon.
Account of visit to Ottery St Mary Parish Church provides revealing insight
Charity representatives in East Devon have the chance to take part in a unique bidding process for funds in front of a panel of ‘dragons’ in Honiton next month.
Feniton finally got Macron League Premier Division points on the board with a 4-1 victory over a Hatherleigh side they had not beaten for three seasons.
Brixington Blues Under-10s bagged a brace of wins in their meeting with West Exe sides in the Exeter and District Youth League.
Honiton ladies played their Autumn Closed, the last of their important competitions of the year, writes John Pawley.
Sidmouth Eagles Under-14s netball team made their first foray into competition play when they took part in a tournament at Paignton, writes Louise Hastie.
Bad weather forced the Honiton Netball League off the outdoor courts and onto the indoor surfaces and just two matches were played as a result, writes Graham Ingram.
Exe 1st XI launched a new season with a 3-0 defeat at home to a very experienced Olton team, with a number of England and GB caps in their ranks.
Honiton Hornets made a flying start to a new season of league hockey with a 10-2 win at Teign III.
Lyme Regis Hardy B team finished their season strongly, winning their last three games to gain promotion to Division Four next year, writes Richard Jackman.
The past seven days at the Exmouth Bridge Club have been very busy, writes Brian Hughes.
The end of the summer season of bowls is always bitter-sweet, writes Susie Bonnell.
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