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RNLI team is joined by family and friends for their traditional end of season party
A motorbike left by its owner in full view of CCTV cameras in Exmouth was intentionally pushed over ‘causing quite considerable damage’, say police
RNLI beach patrols have ended at Exmouth for the winter, prompting the charity to issue safety advice to beach users.
Money raised at the grand raffle is presented to The Project and Devon Air Ambulance
A new season of special events is launched at the award-winning visitor attraction
Rain fails to dampen spirits as Axminster puts on another glittering procession
They join foces with Axe Valley Runners and Axminster Tools to donate T-shirts for an orhpange in Botswana
New landscaped area will be used by both pupils and the local community
Sponsored walkers visit churches at Stockland, Dalwood and Kilmington
Emily raises £2,000 for Richard’s Wish which helped make someof her brother Adam’s dreams come true before he died
After the excitement of the Club Finals, Seaton’s bowlers played their final friendly match of the season, writes Alan Nicholas.
Sue Harriott followed up her appearance in the county final of the mixed pairs by also contesting the final of the county ladies’ pairs, played at Topsham in midweek, writes Jude Latta.
Twenty-four year old Nesbitt was recommended to the Cockles by former prop Will Norton, now of Plymouth Albion and has been training with the Cockles for the past two weeks.
Exmouth Spartans eased their way into the second round of the AS Paving Devon Intermediate Cup with a 4-1 home success over Holsworthy.
Honiton Town went down 2-1 on their Tuesday night visit to Axminster Town for a South West Peninsula League Eastern Division fixture.
Madeira ladies’ captain Mary Ann Dowrick continued her busy final week of the outdoor season by playing her part in the club’s appearance in the final of the County Jubilee Trophy, writes Jude Latta.
Exmouth sailor Ian Williams has enjoyed another top spot on the podium in European waters.
Budleigh Salterton were knocked out of the Walter C Parsons Funeral Directors League Cup by the narrowest of margins when they went lost a penalty shoot-out at Ilfracombe Town.
It was a big day for Sidmouth Golf Club last Thursday, writes John Barnard.
The Lacemen made a confident start and took an early lead courtesy of an Oli Cave penalty, following good approach play from the forwards.
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