1. Launch of Climate Conversations to celebrate World Ocean Day

    26 May 2021

    To celebrate World Ocean Day on 8 June, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) and East Devon District Council will launch a new climate campaign - Climate Conversations.

  2. East Devon leader is re-elected and speaks out on plans for the future

    26 May 2021

    East Devon District Council’s leader Councillor Paul Arnott, who has been re-elected to continue in his post, has spoken out about the past year and plans for the year ahead.

  3. Trinity Councillor Ian Thomas elected as East Devon District Council’s new chair

    26 May 2021

    Trinity Councillor Ian Thomas has been elected as the new Chair of East Devon District Council.

  4. EDDC are expanding their perennial planting displays

    21 May 2021

    Beautiful flowering and wildlife-attracting plants that return year on year are going to be planted across East Devon’s parks and greenspaces.

  5. Blue Flag Award 2021 winners revealed: Exmouth and Sidmouth boast some of Britain’s nicest beaches

    21 May 2021

    Exmouth and Sidmouth have been officially recognised for having some of the nicest beaches in Britain.

  6. Have your say on proposed changes to Public Space Protection Orders for Exmouth

    17 May 2021

    Share your views on proposed changes to public space protection orders (PSPO) for Exmouth before 5pm on 20 June 2021.

  7. Nature left to flourish in numerous East Devon green spaces

    05 May 2021

    A number of small green spaces across East Devon will remain uncut and left to flourish, allowing nature to thrive.

  8. Dalwood Neighbourhood Plan: Share your views in eight-week consultation

    05 May 2021

    Share your views on the future of Dalwood and have your say on a new Neighbourhood Plan that aims to create a vibrant, active and friendly community that is a special place to live, work and visit.

  9. Latest bonfire guidelines: Council urges all to consider more environmentally friendly alternatives

    05 May 2021

    There has been an increase in the number of people having bonfires across East Devon, prompting a call for residents to remain respectful to their neighbours and consider more environmentally friendly ways of disposing their waste.