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Learning from Exeter's past to shape its future

Are there lessons to be learned from Exeter’s past to take into its future? Can we discern characteristics from its history to enlighten the next few generations of this more than two-thousand-year-old city? From its first beginnings as a prehistoric hill settlement, what has really determined...

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By Martyn Goss Posted: Saturday, July 15, 2017 - 8:13am Updated: 17/07/2017 - 10:45am
If you’re not a football fan, that doesn’t matter. Keep reading. Exeter City faced Crawley Town on...
Posted: 16/11/15
Published by Jessikah Hope S...
Sunshine, palm trees, balmy temperatures. Aah the South of France. Yes, finally Hospiscare has...
Posted: 13/11/15
Published by Liz Straw - Hos...
It is estimated that over 250 million people make pilgrimage every year across the world. ...
Posted: 10/11/15
Published by Martyn Goss
The Royal British Legion Poppy Day is on 8th November. We all know how much and how many depend on...
Posted: 06/11/15
Published by News Desk
A welcoming lady who works in Hyde + Seek was telling me about how very few students find the...
Posted: 02/11/15
Published by Jessikah Hope S...
One of the most brilliant things about Exeter is its openness to vegetarians and vegans. Now, I’m...
Posted: 26/10/15
Published by Jessikah Hope S...
University lecturers never seem to stop talking about the RAMM and for everyone’s first term of...
Posted: 19/10/15
Published by Jessikah Hope S...
Although the Rugby World Cup won’t always be on, and it won’t always be hosted in England, meaning...
Posted: 12/10/15
Published by Jessikah Hope S...
As a second year student at the University of Exeter you’d think I’d know a fair bit about the city...
Posted: 05/10/15
Published by Jessikah Hope S...
Earlier this week I found myself on a train between Exeter and Birmingham which was stopped at...
Posted: 03/10/15
Published by Martyn Goss
At Right Hand HR we feel passionately that your people management solutions should be as unique as...
Posted: 17/09/15
Published by George Dawson
This week has seen the launch of a new community currency in Devon.  From 1st September the...
Posted: 02/09/15
Published by Martyn Goss
Going beyond the uniform many of your colleagues are really going through IT each day. The truth...
Posted: 26/08/15
Published by nhind
Exeter’s Engineering students can be forever proud as the future carriers of the torch of Britain’s...
Posted: 13/07/15
Published by Phil Wesby
Doesn't it drive you mad when you repeatedly answer cold callers. How do they get your number...
Posted: 07/07/15
Published by yvonne.everett@...
Two Devon projects have been recognised by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) South West....
Posted: 06/07/15
Published by George Dawson

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