Age UK Devon, Honiton Memory Café and Dr Ruth Darvill have brought the People’s Millions to Honiton after the public voted them winners of a £43,579 Big Lottery Fund grant.
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The start of the £10.95 million work on Junction 29 of the M5 begins with a turf cutting ceremony at 11.30am on Monday, May 23.
Exeter Decides, where the Exeter publish has the say on which community projects get funding, is being rolled out again after its successful first outing. Among the applications this time are: a rock music school; proposed improvements to community centres; football for girls; drama and singing groups; pantomime; and green homes and environmental activities.
A collection of historic photographs that chronicle the journey across the deserts and cities of Saudi Arabia by Princess Alice, the youngest granddaughter of Queen Victoria, are on display at Exeter University. The exhibition is at the University’s Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies to Saturday, August 14 and coincides with the annual Gulf Studies conference.
The Hight Court has ruled that Exeter should undergo emergency elections for its city council after plans for a unitary authority in the city have been abolished by the coalition government.
Good residential architectural design can benefit the whole community, and Exeter City Council is calling on residents and businesses to input into its draft residential design guide to provide guides for developers with information about the standards required for proposed developments
Exeter has bloomed with colour with a brand new high-impact, low-cost planting system, that has seen the city councils parks and open spaces team ‘recycling’ plants!
Exeter Recycle Week aims to break our romance with unwanted technology