The annual Easter Egg hunt at Exeter’s Crealy Adventure Park and Resort is a firm family favourite, but this year, the fun is set to be bigger and better than ever before.
Exeter Little Theatre Company is springing into action this April with its latest production, Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce.
It’s been an extremely busy two-and-a-half years for Keith Johnson, Cranbrook’s community development worker, writes Paul Strange.
Cranbrook’s high-energy drinks row is over.
Cranbrook’s St Martin’s Primary School pupils have planted a Monterey Pine at the school to mark the start of their involvement in the Great Trees in the Clyst Valley project.
Cranbrook residents are being encouraged to get active next week by taking part in ‘Move A Mile A Day’.
Cranbrook residents will soon be paying the highest council tax in East Devon.
Cranbrook’s community spirit was well to the fore as the town experienced its heaviest snowfall to date at the beginning of March.
Do you know a special young person who has made a unique contribution to the Cranbrook community? Would you like to see them get the recognition they deserve?
As heavy snow swept into the East Devon region, it was a chance for Cranberries to enjoy themselves.
This year’s Devon County Show – at Exeter’s Westpoint from Thursday, May 17 to Saturday May 19 – is to feature two of the most prestigious British cattle breeding awards.
The leader of East Devon District Council (EDDC) has heralded a ‘healthy and active outlook for Cranbrook residents’.
Three new councillors have joined Cranbrook Town Council (CTC).
PCSO Jack Stannard – a familiar face in Cranbrook – is off to pastures new.
A bill for just over £230 – delivered just three days before Christmas – has left Cranbrook residents fuming.
Cranbrook Town Council (CTC) is calling on the local Co-operative store to stop selling ‘high-energy’ caffeinated drinks to young people,
There’s a pantomime with a twist coming up at Exeter’s Barnfield Theatre.
There was a lot of jolly-ho-ho last night when Father Christmas came to Cranbrook to turn on the Christmas lights.
Cranbrook has won significant funding – a share of £100m – from Sport England to tackle inactivity in communities.
The unauthorised gypsy and traveller encampments at Cranbrook near Exeter in 2017 were one of the most difficult moments of the year, says the town’s church minister.
Connectivity problems in Cranbrook phases 3 and 4 could be resolved soon.
Cranbrook could receive ‘significant’ funding – possibly as much as £13million – to accelerate additional sports facilities for youngsters.
The opening of Cranbrook’s new play area has been postponed.
Cranbrook’s first allotments – a much-requested facility – could soon be on their way.
More details are emerging about the Cranbrook Masterplan, showing how Devon’s newest town will grow and develop.
Cranbrook could more than double in size – from 3,500 homes to 7,700 homes by 2026 – if the recommendations contained in the town’s latest Masterplan are adopted.
With frenetic speed networking sessions, key note speeches, around 30 exhibitor stands and plenty of delegates, organisers of the East Devon Means Business show have described it as a ‘huge success’.
An East Devon private care company is tackling tough questions about the challenges facing Devon’s ageing population.
Show of Hands – one of the UK’s leading acoustic roots and folk groups – have announced three South West dates as part of their current national tour.
Exmouth Carnival 2017 – held on Saturday, October 14 – drew big crowds to the town’s streets and raised more than £2,300 for good causes.
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