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The organisers of a Race for Life event held in Exeter at the weekend have hailed the annual challenge a success.
Walkers who are keen to take part in Hospiscare’s autumn fundraiser still have time to take advantage of the early-bird entry fees.
Children at St Andrew’s Primary School in Chardstock say they do not feel safe walking to school due to a lack of road safety signs near the site.
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Staff at a care home near Axminster have been praised for developing ‘kind and compassionate relationships’ with residents in an ‘outstanding’ report from the health regulator.
Race through Otter and Sid Valleys to raise awareness and inspire
Councillors call for public consultation and more concrete facts
Investigations are underway to find out how a hole underneath a busy Exmouth road was formed.
Students take to the track and field for sports day
Honiton received a royal visit last week when the Princess Royal officially opened the town’s recently built joint cadet centre.
It was a weekend to remember for N1 tri club’s husband and wife team, Aled and Helen Jones, as they took on the full iron distance at the Outlaw Triathlon, writes Ellie Dominey.
Sidmouth Town are looking for a linesman to join them this coming season.
After several weeks of setbacks and cancelled races Honiton-based Sid Valley CC rider Doug Parker finally got first personal best (PB) of the season last weekend.
It was another very disappointing week for Lyme Regis men in their various leagues, with the ladies having a week off from league competition, writes Paul Moffitt.
The familiar face of Tommy Wheeldon is heading up the new team in charge of Exeter City Ladies Football Club in what will be an exciting new era for the women’s game in the south-west.
The Axe Cliff ladies section played their last Divisional Match in the Sheelah Creasy competition, writes Pete Motson.
East Devon boxer Harry Webb will turn professional at the end of August.
Whimple enjoyed a super Saturday with wins for both the 1st and 2nd XIs.
The lady captain’s prize for the best Stableford score in the qualifier played on Wednesday was won by Elizabeth Wood with an impressive 36 pts – winning Bronze 1, writes John Pawley.
Feniton men’s team have qualified for the Knockout Stages of the County Trophy competition, writes Roger Smith.
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