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Dazzling dresses and sharp suits were on display as Sidmouth College pupils enjoy a fun night to celebrate the end of exams.
Seven Stripes is named best student publication in the Shine School Media Awards
Scores of people go along to admire members’ paintings at the Axe Vale Show
Two cars involved in collision between Whitford Road and the B3261
Environment spokesman says they are owed a great deal of gratitude
There’s a chance to see some championship-winning Williams Formula One racing cars tomorrow (Thursday, June 29) from noon to 3pm at Lympstone Manor, near Exmouth.
All 22,888 coins found by a metal detecorist to be displayed at Exeter’s Royal Albert Museum from Saturday, July 1
Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society launches fifth maritime photography competition to mark Seafarers Awareness Week
Tabletop sale, duck racing and lots of musical entertainment are on this year’s programme
Students from The King’s School swapped their uniform for gorgeous gowns and sharp suits to celebrate the end of exams.
Exmouth United Under-8s returned from the Ottery St Mary youth tournament as age group champions after a thrilling penalty shoot-out success in the final over Heavitree United.
Topsham St James U12s travelled to face Exeter in a game played in excellent spirits, which saw some of the highest quality cricket of the season on both sides, writes Ian Mason.
Lyme Regis Gig Club have had a busy few weeks attending some great regattas, with plenty more to come over the next few weeks, writes Tony Ford.
Axe Cliff held their Midsummer Madness competition, writes Pete Motson.
Lyme Splash is launching the inaugural Lyme Splash Water Polo Championship to take place on August 13 with a 10am start, as part of Carnival Week.
Another week in the everyday life of Sidmouth Bowling Club saw more county and club competitions played in lovely sunny summer weather, writes Susie Bonnell.
Sidbury Under-10s recorded a fine win when they travelled to Exmouth for their latest Bradleys East Devon Youth League softball game.
In the Lyme Regis club championship there was only one name to beat after the first round and that was David Lyon who shot a gross 67, nett 66, writes Andrew Jackman.
By Friday, the cooler cloudier conditions made the task of competing for the Ron Blatchford Cup an easier option for the nearly 60 seniors, writes John Pawley.
With no games possible at Honiton due to the heat and its effect on the courts only six games were played, writes Graham Ingram.
max temp: 13°C
min temp: 11°C