A kind-hearted school pupil from Topsham has nominated her father for a community award.
The move was part of ‘The Big Sleep Out 2015’, fronted by homelessness charity Trinity.
Appeal to North Devon companies to help preserve ring and ride plus shopmobility services
‘There wasn’t a dry eye left’ as Lympstone Primary School pupils looked at pictures and watched a video of Syrian youngsters receiving letters of friendship.
Children’s Hospice South West hosts secret online charity auction
A widow, whose generous gesture to people facing Christmas alone last year touched hearts around the world, has spoken of her delight that preparations are under way for another festive feast.
Supermarket chain Tesco has called for people to use its recycling area responsibly, after it was left strewn with dumped waste.
A developer lined up to buy the East Devon District Council (EDDC) offices at Knowle has unveiled its vision for a retirement community on the site.
Fishermen join tagging scheme to prove ray stocks are abundant off the North Devon coast
Graham Long, a parish councillor in Upottery, has warned that delays in securing a contract to install more fibre-optic cables could lead to businesses leaving rural areas - and problems for homeowners trying to sell their properties.
Sidmouth Under-8s travelled to South Devon to take on hosts Teignmouth for their latest action.
Saturday evening saw the members of Sidmouth Sailing Club gather together with friends and family for their annual Trophy Night held at the Port Royal.
Sidmouth Bowling Club was honoured to receive a visit from the president of the Devon County Ladies Indoor Bowling Association (DCLIBA) and her team, write Jenny Fricker and Ron Cook.
Followers of Sidbury United would have been forgiven for a rendition of: “Crisis, what crisis?”, after their teams 2-0 win at high-flying Honiton Town in last weekend’s Fresha League meeting.
Sidmouth Chiefs were 15-10 victors when they entertained Wadebridge Camels.
Sidmouth Town exited the Graddon Vending Devon Premier Cup, beaten 2-1 at Fresha League Seaton Town.
Sidmouth Town Reserves came back from two goals down to win 5-2 when they met Witheridge Reserves in a Fresha League Division One game.
Sidmouth Under-9 Warriors had very mixed results in their latest matches in the Exeter and District Youth League.
Sidmouth Under-7s were engaged in a series of terrific matches at a chilly Teignmouth.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s produced an excellent fight-back to recover from a two goal deficit and eventually defeat Moors Youth 5-3.
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