Children’s play facilities in Exmouth are set for improvements after more than £1m was set aside to be spent on upgrading play parks in the district.
More than a dozen organisations receive cash aid thanks to another succesful event
Arc – some Herald ‘angels’ needed! Counselling service wants readers to help raise £30,000 over Christmas
But county councillor says the government award is unfair on ‘struggling’ non selective schools
Event organsied by Seaton and District Hospital League of Friends raises £1,350
The new owners are spending £550,000 restoring the former coaching inn to its former glory
The Dolphin Hotel’s general knowledge buffs carry off two Rotary Club awards
Ladies create floral designs using standard bunches of supermarket flowers, foliage and twigs.
Musicians from Axminster’s twin town of Douvres join the Axe Vale Orchestra for a Guildhall concert
Officers want to trace the driver of a dark coloured Nissan Terrano 4x4 seen in the area
Newton Poppleford-based drag racing ace Mark ‘Wolfie’ Smith made a flying start to the 2019 season when he won his first meeting of the new campaign, writes Steve Birley.
At the beginning of the month, Axe Cliff men held their annual Brian Kemp Texas Scramble with teams of three competing for this coveted trophy.
Axminster indoor bowlers have enjoyed some excellent games of late, writes David Harris.
There’s a new martial arts group starting up in Seaton this week.
In their final league game of the 2018/19 season Withycombe ladies travelled to Chard and came away with their biggest league win of the campaign, 60-11.
Exmouth Town Under-13s were worthy 3-1 winners when they entertained Pinhoe in an Exeter and District Youth league game. Exmouth Town Under-13s were worthy 3-1 winners when they entertained Pinhoe in an Exeter and District Youth league game.
The Budleigh Ladies signed off their Devon Lane League season with another creditable display against Torquay United, writes David Roberts.
Thankfully Storm Gareth was over and Sunday in Fleet, Hampshire, was a beautiful sunny, if cold and still blustery, morning for the 2500 plus runners on the start line of the Fleet Half Marathon.
Point-to-point horse racing heads to Kilworthy near Brentor, Tavistock, this coming Sunday (March 24) where the Lamerton stage their meeting.
Feniton Under-18s maintained their push for a top two finish in the Devon County U18 League as they shared six goals in a pulsating encounter at Totnes and Dartington.
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