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On this week in 1944: Extracts from the Exmouth Journal, printed April 22, 1944.
The measures to restrict vehicular access to Cranbrook Railway Station are to remain for the immediate future.
Main sponsor John Capon presents the Otter Windows Shield to Vicki Watkins
Local scout groups parade through Beer.
An inquest into the death of Topsham rugby player Lily Partridge has concluded the 22-year-old’s death was accidental
An ex-professional footballer from Spain has been jailed for 11 years for abusing five boys while in Britain.
Primary school youngsters pull on their running shoes to support CLIC Sargent children’s cancer charity
Armed police were called out to an address in Exmouth on Wednesday, April 26.
Pre-school youngsters take a walk in the woods to admire the flowers and wildlife
See our slideshow tribute to Exmouth’s vintage vehicle enthusiast - Reg Imray.
Offwell Rangers went down 3-0 in their Macron League Division Six midweek visit to Lyme Regis.
The Wellington Boot is organised by the Long Distance Walking Association and can be either walked or run, writes Terry Bewes.
Sidmouth Chiefs finished the league season with a well-deserved 16-9 win against Burnham-On-Sea to end the campaign on a positive note, writes Terry O’Brien.
With the new season and the weather both warming up, members of Budleigh Croquet Club are looking forward to opportunities to compete in and watch a wide range of club competitions and open tournaments, writes Elaine Marsh.
Budleigh Salterton face a ‘Day of Destiny’ on the final Saturday of April!
Withycombe Under-14s were 32-12 winners when they met Redruth during their weekend tour of Cornwall.
Exmouth slipped to a 25th defeat in 29 National Two (S) outings when beaten 60-7 at the Imperial Ground by a Bishops Stortford side that secured promotion up a level as a result of their success.
The 2017 outdoor season has got off to a great start with perfect bowling weather and greens running as well as anyone can remember at this time of the year.
The Opening Day for the Budleigh Bowlers outdoor season was a great success as more than 40 members of the club donned their whites on a sunny afternoon at Cricket Field Lane, writes David Roberts.
It was glorious weather, if anything a bit too hot for the iconic London Marathon and several AVRs ‘enjoyed’ the pain of running 26.2 miles, writes Dave Mutter.
max temp: 8°C
min temp: 7°C
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