An illustrator, who started balancing stones while visiting Exmouth, is to rock this year’s art trail.
Self confessed ‘mad hatter’ Terry Darville is to add some colour to Exmouth for this year’s art trail when he decorates a tree with more than 100 pieces of headwear.
Exeter Deaf Academy hailed the ongoing National Deaf Awareness Week as a ‘success’ after spending time breaking down communication barriers in Exmouth ahead of its planned move to the town.
Spike Seymour’s ‘plop art’ took the Exmouth Art Trail by storm last year - but now the five-year-old aspiring fossil hunter has branched out into the Jurassic period with his drawings.
The Devon Orchid Society hailed their annual show as a ‘success’ after visitors from the last two remaining orchid nurseries in England made an appearance.
A group of military wives and girlfriends have raised an ‘incredible’ £10,000 to build a community centre in Lympstone.
St Joseph’s Primary School’s PTA is ‘over the moon’ after receiving £4,479 of funding from the Co-op.
A military family from Exmouth is ‘on a high’ after reaching individual milestones and raising money for a community centre.
Traffic has returned to normal, four weeks ahead of schedule, on Exeter Road, after Wales & West Utilities’ ‘waved’ goodbye Exmouth.
Exe Estuary Management Partnership has called on residents to help ‘improve the health’ of the River Exe this weekend by joining its 19th clean-up event.
A sinkhole on Exmouth beach is to be supervised daily by South West Water (SWW) until it is repaired.
An Exmouth magician with Down’s syndrome, whose ‘heart melts’ when he is applauded, is to perform on the town’s art trail.
A seaweed harvester from Sidmouth is feeling ‘quietly confident’ after being shortlisted to receive £100,000 worth of support from an organisation set up to help new food and drink businesses.
A sinkhole caused by a water pipe fault beneath Exmouth beach is to be repaired ‘as a matter of urgency.’
East Devon District Council (EDDC) has asked people to avoid a ‘dangerous area’ of Exmouth beach after a sinkhole appeared.
An Exmouth shop owner is to shut her store in Exeter Road - saying that a six-month road closure has ‘killed’ business.
A student from Exmouth Community College is hoping he has the recipe for success after reaching the final of a cooking competition.
Tributes have been paid to a popular former Exmouth traffic warden, who will be ‘deeply missed’.
A grass-roots community group has called on Exmouth residents to share their ideas in making a ‘sustainable way of life’ in the town.
Scores of customers were greeted with Easter eggs and champagne as they queued for the opening of the M&S Foodhall in Exmouth yesterday (Wednesday).
Marks and Spencer’s Foodhall in Exmouth is to welcome customers for the first time tomorrow and the Journal will be there for the grand opening.
Exmouth Community College dancers took influences from across the world to produce a ‘spectacular’ show.
Thieves left car owners in Exmouth feeling ‘frustrated’ and ‘unsafe’ after causing thousands of pounds worth of damage by targeting their vehicles’ catalytic converters.
An Exmouth boy who was born with two holes in his heart has run five miles to raise money for a children’s hospital.
A much loved pet spooked by storm Doris is missing after bolting from its owners back garden last week.
Fire crews were called out to an ‘accidental’ kitchen fire in Topsham last night (Sunday, February 26).
Panters, a family-run business which first opened 123 years ago, is set for an emotional farewell as it closes its final store in Exmouth.
Pupils from Littleham Primary School were told about the 22,888 Roman coin hoard discovered in Seaton, 2013, before making their own.
Having had enough of his career as a market researcher, John Magill, 40, decided in 2015, along wife his wife Jess, 42, to open a ‘modern English’ micro-brewery in the heart of Woodbury Salterton.
Topsham’s New Year day swim has been hailed as the best one yet after swimmers kick-started the pool’s 2017 fundraising cause.
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