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Exmouth Leisure Centre is waiting to learn if it has won a national award to be named sport centre of the year.
The Open Door Centre, the Macs Charity, both in Exmouth, and Mill Water School, in East Budleigh, have all benefitted from a share of £25,000 from Devon Freemasons.
Charities and community groups in Exmouth and the surrounding areas are invited to receive free surplus food from Tesco this summer.
Life saving public defibrillators in East Budleigh, Bicton and Woodbury were made possible thanks to community council cash grants.
An Exeter University research project exploring the links between environment and health and wellbeing claims the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths are worth £450,000 a year to human health.
A mammoth month of coffee mornings in aid of Exmouth and Lympstone Hospiscare has raised more than £7,000 for the charity.
Exmouth’s food businesses are being showcased in a new guide that encourages visitors to discover the delicacies by train.
The founder of a charity supporting suicide bereaved families has been named South West Director of the Year for public service at an awards ceremony in Exeter held by the Institute of Directors.
Police at Exmouth are appealing for witnesses and information relating to a suspected arson attack on a farmhouse in Woodbury.
Meat baited with metal screws thought to be for attracting and harming an animal has been spotted in The Colony, sparking anger from pet owners.
Around a 100 Millwey Rise FC players and supporters attended the 60th Anniversary Dinner, Dance and Presentation Evening at the Guildhall, Axminster on Saturday, writes Dick Sturch.
The Lyme Regis seniors’ June stableford produced a worthy winner in Division One, writes Richard Jackman.
On a lovely sunny evening in Sidmouth our ladies played their second game in the National Top Club Competition, writes Carol Smith.
Brenda Somerfield claimed victory in the June medal competition at East Devon Golf Club last week and with it took home the Palmer Cup for 2018, writes Helen Chivers.
Captain Dave Bruce took his match team to Libbaton, North Devon, where they ended up suffering a defeat.
Sidmouth III made it six wins from seven F Division East outings as they recorded a comprehensive 165-run win over Honiton 2nds at Newton Poppleford.
Chardstock secured a fifth win in seven D Division East outings with a five-wicket win at home over Uplyme and Lyme Regis.
Exmouth 2nds thrashed hosts Sandford 2nds, beating the Mid Devon men by 200 runs.
Clyst St George were too good for visiting Upottery with the Bohea Field men claiming only a second success of the D Division East season, beating the East Devon visitors by 42 runs.
After suffering the disappointment of having to cancel a recent show due to the weather, it was with relief that the day was perfect for the first Novice Fun Horse/Pony and Dog Show held at Nutwell Court on Sunday.
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