Networking evening for University of Exeter alumnae!

Event Date: 
01/09/2015 - 8:00am to 8:00pm
Magdalen Chapter Hotel, Exeter

On the First Tuesday of each month, the University of Exeter's alumnae (female graduates) get together over a drink or two at the Magdalen Chapter.

The evening is informal, with many arriving throughout the evening, which runs from 6pm to 8pm.

Our next event is on Tuesday 1 September, and you can find more details, including how to book, online here:

City hotel offers his & hers RWC packages

THE sports world spotlight is set to shine on Exeter as the Rugby World Cup 2015 lands in the city.

Contemporary city centre hotel, The Magdalen Chapter, will be offering rugby fans and non-fans alike the chance to experience the excitement of the games in style with two tailored World Cup Touch Down packages.

General Manager, Fiona Moores, said: “Without question Exeter will be overflowing with atmosphere during September and October this year and here at The Magdalen Chapter we can’t wait to share the magic of the World Cup with our guests. The hotel will be a hive of...

Eliazbeth Hornby: free lunchtime piano recital

Event Date: 
27/10/2012 - 1:15pm
Chapter House, Exeter Cathedral

Elizabeth Hornby will be playing pieces from her album Lady of Lewesdon Hill as well as some new pieces.

Manuscript Exhibition: Discovering Exeter's Written Heritage

Event Date: 
23/10/2012 - 11:45am to 04/11/2012 - 11:45am
Exeter Cathedral
From Medieval Manuscripts to 'Calligraffiti': Discovering Exeter's Written Heritage.

An exhibition of medieval and modern books and book-making running from Tuesday 23rd October until Sunday 4th November in the Chapel of St James.

This exhibition explores Devon's written heritage from the earliest medieval manuscripts kept in the Cathedral Library and Special Collections at the University of Exeter, through the dawn of printing and early printed books, to modern calligraphy and the arrival of the e-book and Kindle.

In addition, the exhibition features artwork created by...

The Exeter Book: A free lecture at the Chapter House

Event Date: 
24/10/2012 - 2:15pm
Chapter House, Exeter

Join Peter Thomas, Cathedral librarian, as he explores and explains the importance of this unique treasure held by the Cathedral Library.

Originally owned by Leofric, the first Bishop of Exeter, The Exeter Book is a rare literary survivor from the 10th @century. It consists of beautiful Anglo-Saxon poetry and riddles and provides a unique insight into our national past.