Monthly Archives: August 2020

Reflective Memorial to Coronavirus Comes to Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is to be the first host of a nationally touring art installation, designed to provide people with an opportunity to personally reflect on the coronavirus pandemic. ‘The Leaves of the Trees’ installation, which will be at the Cathedral from 3rd until 24th September, will be visiting towns and cities around the country. Created […]

Do you know a lockdown hero?

Cash Converters is on the lookout for lockdown heroes Pre-owned goods retailer, Cash Converters, is urging people to nominate their “lockdown hero” to receive a reward for their work during the COVID-19 crisis Two winners will receive a £250 voucher each to spend in either the Plymouth or Exeter Cash Converter stores in recognition of […]

Street Eats – Princesshay

Times: Open 11am – 6pm daily and until 9pm on Thurs, Fri and Sat Location: Princesshay Square Brand new to Princesshay, welcome to our pop-up street food hub in the heart of the city. Eat out in the fresh air and sample world cuisine from a great mix of local street food operators. Now, grab […]

Support Local – Shop Local

”Small businesses are the beating heart of communities and town centres up and down the country, and they will be at the centre of the recovery” said Michelle Ovens of Small Business Saturday UK and we totally agree with her! Last week the Government promoted the #ShopLocalWeek campaign – and we were fully behind this […]

Place to Eat – John Lewis & Partners

REOPENING 26TH AUGUST! For fantastic food, amazing views and a fabulous family-friendly atmosphere, visit the John Lewis & Partners Exeter restaurant – The Place to Eat. Absolute priority for John Lewis & Partners is keeping you and their Partners safe. That’s why they’re taking great care to put comprehensive social distancing measures in place, so […]

Share Your Experiences with The Lockdown Blues

Share your experiences of loneliness and Covid-19 as part of a major new creative project. People in the South West can now share their experiences of the considerable isolating impact of the coronavirus pandemic, as part of a major new project designed to collect stories of loneliness and community. The Lockdown Blues is an online […]

Public Art on Fore Street Unveiled Marking a Milestone Anniversary

INCORPORATION OF WEAVERS, FULLERS AND SHEARMEN CELEBRATE 400TH ANNIVERSARY OF GRANTING OF ROYAL CHARTER BY KING JAMES 1ST On 3rd August 1620 a sizeable crowd gathered in Fore Street, Exeter in front of Tuckers Hall to greet Thomas Shapcot who had journeyed from London on horseback bearing the Royal Charter granted by King James 1 […]