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Honiton Carnival took place on Saturday, October 22.
Honiton’s streets were alive with the sights and sounds of the carnival last Saturday (October 22).
Police have told Genette Tate’s father his daughter’s unsolved case is closed after 38 years of investigation
Chunk of Devon lands haul at Food and Drink Devon Awards
Devon is to host a temporary Home Office respite facility for vulnerable young refugees arriving from Calais.
Lives are at risk because motorists ignoring the Highway Code are delaying the emergency services from leaving Exmouth’s fire and ambulance station.
As part of The Big Draw, the world’s biggest drawing festival, local illustrator Keith Robinson is running an event for children at Axminster Library, in South Street, on Saturday, October 29.
‘It’s not the monetary value, is that fact I can never get them back’
Former Sidmouth College student, who presents on Bear Grylls show, raises money for Macmillan Cancer Support
Exmouth finally ended the run without a National Two (S) success as they bagged a bonus point victory, beating fellow strugglers Barnstaple 38-20 at the Imperial Ground.
A squad of 33 swimmers represented Chard Swimming Club in Round One of the Western Division National Swimming League held Millfield School, writes Heather Pullinger and Pene Davis
East Devon motor ace, Harry Tincknell, helped his G-Drive racing team to secure the prestigious European Le Mans Series crown on Sunday (October 23) to give their ‘Mighty 38’ Gibson 015S-Nissan car the perfect send off in its last ever race.
AVR member Paul Lloyd travelled to Portsmouth to take part in the Great South Run, writes Dave Mutter.
Lyme Regis Gig Club held their AGM at which they looked back on a hugely successful year, in which new records were set in what was their best season to date, writes Tony Ford.
Both Madeira ladies and men were involved in first rounds of national competitions last week, writes Jude Latta.
Lyme Regis Bowls Club held its annual dinner and trophy presentation last Saturday, writes Paul Moffitt.
Honiton Tigers Under-10s hosted their close neighbours Sidmouth on Sunday and earned a win and two draws in some keenly contested matches.
Exmouth Cougars won a thrilling encounter with Assent, eventually securing a 34-31 victory.
Five Honiton Running Club members took on the very challenging Exmoor Stagger, writes Judy Davey.
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