An Exmouth filmmaker has revealed how ‘no money’ has not halted high-profile talent getting on board with his latest short – a creepy ghost story.
An intrepid Exmouth pensioner has set off on a solo motorbike mission across America to challenge stereotypes and raise money for charity.
The centre of Exmouth was recently ablaze with colour and the sounds of bells and loud cries, as the town hosted its annual town crier competition.
A pensioner says she was ‘heartbroken’ and ‘disgusted’ at finding loved ones’ graves at Littleham churchyard overgrown and claims she fell and injured herself because of it.
The reason behind a Red Arrow being ‘parked’ outside Exeter Airport this week has now been revealed.
A science graduate turned author from Budleigh Salterton is urging others not to give up on their dreams after landing a book deal after years of perseverance.
A road has been closed following a collision involving a car and lorry near Exmouth.
National animal charities have hit out at an Exmouth coffee shop for refusing a guide dog a drink of water on a hot summer’s day.
A vicious assault on a teenage girl in Exmouth, which left her with facial injuries, has prompted police to appeal for witnesses.
A collision near Clyst St George this morning has caused the closure of one road and the attendance of an air ambulance, according to reports.
A Falklands War veteran from Exmouth is to become the first blind person ever to row the Pacific Ocean in a bid to help injured servicemen and women.
An eco-warrior from Exmouth’s successful six-month black bin ban has been hailed a ‘shining example’ to others.
An Exmouth veterinary nurse has described the ‘mind-blowing’ experience of freefalling at speeds of up to 120 miles an hour as she took on a 15,000 foot skydive in a bid to help abandoned dogs.
Many Exmouth Business Awards sponsors have a particular passion for the category they supporting, a that is certainly the case for Nigel Wilkinson, managing director at WNW Digital.
Hats knitted in Exmouth are helping premature babies at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (RD&E).
An Exmouth shop is closing its doors after two decades of hiring out colourful costumes to the town’s fancy-dress fanatics.
A ‘hands-on’ cooking class near Exmouth aims to teach new cooking skills and give people ‘veg inspiration’.
Vulnerable pensioners, a disabled woman and a young mum have all been targeted by pick pockets while shopping in Exmouth’s town centre.
As a category with no shortlist, the Judges’ Special Award adds an even stronger element of surprise and anticipation to the Exmouth Business Awards.
Two Exmouth schoolboys have turned their passion for cakes into cash, raising hundreds of pounds for Cancer Research.
Sinkhole fears have been sparked after a deep, cavernous opening appeared under one of Budleigh’s cycle paths.
Council funding will be cut to Exmouth’s only breastfeeding support service despite more than 600 signatures and impassioned pleas calling to reverse the decision.
The wife of a Royal Marine, from Lympstone, who was paralysed after an accident on duty, has successfully braved a 50-mile charity ‘yomp’ with a group of friends.
Celebrating the town’s strengths is crucial to the Exmouth Business Awards – and the introduction of this year’s brand new category for Best Hair & beauty Business of the Year is no exception.
A man from Exmouth whose social media appeal helped change a homeless person’s life says he is ‘thankful to be part of such a nice community’.
Traffic could be slower than usual near Budleigh Salterton this evening after police reported a multi-vehicle collision.
The shortlist of nominees for the 2018 Exmouth Business Awards has been published - following a record number of applications.
A pensioner from Exmouth needlessly overpaid £1,300 into a life assurance plan, prompting her family to share the story to protect the elderly.
A community bus scheme for vulnerable people in Exmouth faces an uncertain future if it cannot raise vital funds.
An Exmouth M.E. sufferer brought to tears by comments made towards her on a recent shopping trip says more education is needed about ‘invisible’ illnesses.
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