Mark and Paula Perkins, from the West Midlands, have arranged their holiday to coincide with Lifeboat Week and offered to join the team of fundraisers.
Sidmouth’s children are at the most risk of being hit by a car while leaving school - but campaigners and county highways chiefs are divided on the best way to keep youngsters safe.
The college, which has been awarded £2million to develop the centre, is aiming to start construction in spring 2016.
The ‘posh frocks and wedding dress’ bash, put on by Angela Lloyd and Vanessa Prettejohn, helped raise money for their friend, Lynsey Fearn, who is set to take on the mountain clibm later this year.
Stricken yachtsmen picked up in double quick time as new Shannon class heads for her first rescue
Fun was had by all when Brixington Pre-school held its sports day at Knappe Cross Community Centre.
Service ‘as normal’ from Monday, says district council.
Police want to hear from a woman who helped a teenage girl after an alleged attack near Bear Street Cemetery
An Exmouth-based international language school celebrated a recent award by taking its host families out for a party.
Crowds gathered on the Minster Green to hear Lord of the Manor Jim Rowe proclaim the 800th anniversary of the royal charter of 1215, granting the town its annual fair.
Proposals have gone in to Torridge District Council for Clovelly Road site, with consultation event tomorrow (Wednesday).
Father and son Neal and Matt Fulls and their friend Chris Pope took nine days to cycle the 1,000 miles from the tip of mainland Scotland to the most westerly point in Cornwall.
There’s a new face at the helm of a group of town traders, after Helen Warren was elected as the new chairman of Budleigh in Business.
Land earmarked for housing could be used instead for education if Sidmouth Primary School’s aim to expand is included in East Devon’s development blueprint.
Ottery’s community has united in opposition to a proposed 100-acre quarry that has been slammed as ‘shocking’ and ‘detrimental to the town’.
Businesses that have loyally supported the Honiton economy say they are being forced out of an industrial estate to make way for a 150-homes development.
It was a grand performance – in every sense – when students and staff presented ‘A Chamber Music Recital’ at The Axe Valley Community College.
Victim left with facial injuries following Bideford assault.
Crowds turned out to enjoy a busy Barnstaple Elephant Day on Saturday.
Budleigh could take control of its own destiny when it comes to housing development, after civic leaders agreed to investigate a Neighbourhood Plan for the town.
There was a sense of sunshine and summer days on at The Axe Valley Community College as the music department put on their Summer Spectacular Concert to a packed audience.
Budleigh Salterton residents facing the prospect of a cycle track being built behind their homes are hopeful their concerns will be listened to after planners agreed to meet them
Witnesses sought after estuary-side blaze on Saturday night
All smiles in Barnstaple as cancer fundraiser starts with showers but ends in sunshine.
Georgia Stidwell, 16, from Colyton, has won second prize in the University of Birmingham’s Young Geographer Photography Competition.
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