Connectivity problems in Cranbrook phases 3 and 4 could be resolved soon.
Events have been held in Cranbrook to raise funds for Martin Stokes, the toddler, who – as we have previously reported in the Cranbrook Herald – has a terminal illness.
Cranbrook Education Campus will be putting on its first-ever production next month.
There was a happy winner of our September competition.
Have a browse through our gallery of readers’ pictures sent in through iwitness24.
Cranbrook could receive ‘significant’ funding – possibly as much as £13million – to accelerate additional sports facilities for youngsters.
Bus operator Stagecoach has recently introduced additional journeys on one of its popular routes, which passes through Cranbrook.
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.
Motorcyclists living in Cranbrook have shown their support for a bloodbikes charity by raising £700 to help it operate.
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.
Budleigh ladies eased their way into the semi-finals of the Graddon Vending Devon County Women’s Supplementary Cup with a 2-0 success over Premier Division Shaldon.
Jasmine Clapson won the ladies’ November stableford competition at East Devon Golf Club last week, claiming victory on countback from Rosemary Pratt as they topped the field of 82 players, writes Helen Chivers.
Exmouth Town managers Kevin Miller and Andy Rawlings will be looking for a huge improvement in performance when Town travel to top Cornish side Bodmin Town this Saturday, writes John Dibsdall.
A long-range strike gave Budleigh Salterton a well-deserved point away at league leaders Crediton United, writes Alan Beer.
Sidmouth Warriors Under 12s’ latest league outing saw them head to Tiverton to play Moors Youth, a team that has always proved to be the Sidmouth boys’ nemesis, writes Chris Elsom.
Withycombe Under-14s’ impressive season continued as they returned from a visit to Topsham with a 50-5 success.
Exmouth Nomads scored an emphatic victory as they won their Devon Merit Table Two meeting with Topsham 2nd XV 61-5.
Withycombe Under-16s were 19-10 winners when they entertained Topsham, who had won the previous meeting between the teams this season.
Withycombe Under-15s were 29-12 winners when they entertained Topsham.
The Devon and Cornwall area hosted the start of the new British point-to-point season with the Bishops Court Racing Club fixture at Ottery St Mary, writes Granville Taylor.
Brixington Blues Under-12s had to work hard to seal a 2-1 success over West Exe.
The latest round of matches in the Exmouth Netball League saw injury and illness strike leaving several teams fielding very different teams and players playing out of position, writes Lucy Burch.
Millwey Rise Reserves were edged out by the odd goal in five when they hosted Culm United Reserves in a Macron League Division Eight match, writes Dick Sturch.
Millwey Rise came from behind to bank three more Macron League Division Five points thanks to a 5-3 win at Culm United, writes Dick Sturch.
Budleigh Salterton Reserves were 5-2 winners when they entertained Tedburn St Mary in a Macron League Division Three game, writes SpursTom.
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