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Company says the cabinet is in ‘satisfactory’ location and complies with all necessary regulations
Beer’s annual bake-off hit its ‘highest standards’ yet, with more entries than ever before. Competitors were tasked with baking a creation that represented the village, stood at least two tiers tall and featured a decorative seagull.
Improvement work will form part of £35,000 cyclepath to link Sidbury and Sidmouth
Police were called to a two vehicle road traffic collision near Branscombe following reports of an overturned van.
Rugby players from Exeter Chiefs visited Otterton Primary School this week.
The curtain is set to rise on Axminster Drama Club’s production of Robinson Crusoe on Thursday.
A new ‘construction company’ has set up in Uplyme – building Anglo-Saxon longhouses and roundhouses.
Award-winning team to premiere film at town’s annual Seafest celebrations
Fire crews were called out to a shed fire in Exmouth last night which spread to a property.
The King’s School has formally launched a consultation into changing its school uniform.
Honiton Town continue to look down on all below them as the top the Macron League Premier Division.
The first action of 2017 in the Honiton Netball League saw the top two Division One sides in action, writes Graham Ingram.
Four Exmouth Community College youngsters were part of the Devon Under-15 side that completed their season unbeaten after they defeated Bristol in A and B matches recently.
Honiton 2nd XV went down 36-26 in their Allhallows meeting with league leaders Teignmouth 2nds.
Sidmouth A made it two wins from two outings in the Sidmouth Leisure Centre Indoor Cricket League with victory over Clyst Hydon A.
The ups and downs continue for the Lacemen as, just a week after their terrific victory over Bodmin they succumbed to an 11-7 defeat on their visit to Topsham, writes Terry O’Brien.
Withycombe Under-14s were treated to special coaching session at the weekend.
In the Lyme Regis ladies stableford, Judith Williams had a steady, solid round to win Division One with a score of 34 points, writes Richard Jackman.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s defeated Lympstone B 7-0 when the pair met in an Exeter Youth League game.
Honiton Town thirds made a welcome return to winning ways as they won the East Devon derby at Acland Park, beating hosts Feniton thirds 5-2.
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