Demolition of a popular Exmouth skate park is to begin today ahead of a £150,000 replacement being built.
Emergency services from Exmouth searched for nearly five hours on Friday (June 15) after a red flare was spotted.
Revellers at Exmouth Festival have helped a sea scouts group in the town to raise vital funds towards refurbishing their home.
An application to build a mix of houses and flats on a site currently being used as an Indian restaurant has been criticised by town leaders.
This year’s Budleigh Music Festival is set to focus on young talent with a series of evening and lunchtime concerts next month.
When you go to Exmouth beach, it is easy to imagine that the iconic tower which is part of the Harbour View building has always been the home of the town’s coastwatch volunteers.
More than 300 people attended Budleigh Salterton Art Clubs’ annual one-day exhibition.
The re-enactment of a scene from Sir Walter Raleigh’s childhood marked the opening of a Budleigh-based exhibition dedicated to the explorer.
Turning back the clock 200 years with a river restoration costing nine million pounds could prevent ‘catastrophic’ flooding in Budleigh Salterton.
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An Exmouth pensioner who dedicated nearly 30 years of her life to giving elderly residents a Sunday roast through the winter has won royal recognition.
Lifeboat volunteers from Exmouth were called out on Monday (June 11) after reports of seeing someone ‘waving their arm in the air’ at sea.
Exmouth’s new Queen’s Drive Space is set to host its first live screening event tonight (Tuesday, June 12).
Staff and parents have been left ‘devastated’ after hearing that a ‘gem’ nursery near East Budleigh is set to close this summer.
Artist Sally Rich was so angered by a parody poster mocking Exmouth that she decided to create her own artwork to convey a more ‘upbeat’ side of the town.
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More than 2,000 homes in Exmouth were without power last week after two overhead lines were brought down.
East Budleigh is gearing up for the return of its annual Scarecrow Festival, set to take place between Saturday, June 9, and Sunday, June 10.
A coffee morning held in Colaton Raleigh has raised vital funds for a charity looking to help maintain a connection between imprisoned parents and their children.
The name of new play equipment at World of Country Life has had staff wondering whether it has a royal seal of approval.
A plan to create a temporary car park at the rear of Exmouth Rowing Club is set to be given the green light.
A man on board a seven metre yacht was rescued on Thursday (May 31) after becoming disorientated following two days at sea.
A new bakery is set to come to Budleigh Salterton’s town centre after planning approval was granted.
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A family on board a inflatable boat had to be rescued by Exmouth RNLI on Monday (May 28).
These practical lessons took place during a ‘health and wellbeing’ week of activities at Littleham Primary School.
The future maintenance of Budleigh Salterton’s flower beds could be in doubt if volunteers are not found.
An Exmouth man is gearing up for a 145-mile cycle challenge to raise funds for a charity researching the disease which killed his dad.
Sharp-edged metal, razor blades and large knives were among the items removed from the Exe Estuary during a community clean-up event.
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