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Etsy Made Local Exeter - Contemporary Christmas Market

Event Date: 
01/12/2018 - 11:00am to 02/12/2018 - 3:00pm
Exeter Phoenix

This is Exeter's first ever Etsy Made Local market. Taking place at Exeter Phoenix on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December, it is part of a national event that will see the biggest regional spread of markets across the UK take part. In total 54 cities across the UK will celebrate the makers, designers and collectors that sell on, the online marketplace for handmade and vintage goods. It’s about encouraging people to look locally for this year’s Christmas gifting and connecting them to more than 40 South West Devon based makers and designers.

Christmas camaraderie and 15 naked men

Authored by Hospiscare
Posted: Mon, 11/27/2017 - 4:29pm

Christmas is a time of year when we all get involved with certain traditions.  Hanging the mistletoe, brussels sprouts, mince pies, Christmas trees, office parties, so the list goes on…. And it’s no different for retired police officer Barry Frost, 59, from Exeter.  However one of Barry’s festive traditions is a tad more unusual than most.

For the last 14 years Barry has gathered a group of colleagues and friends together who take off their clothes in the great outdoors to feature on the front of Barry’s light-hearted Christmas cards.

Christmas e-cards support WESC Foundation

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Wed, 11/25/2015 - 10:27pm

WESC Foundation is seeking the support of greeting card consumers in the South West in the run up to Christmas as part of a new fundraising initiative.

The centre for visual impairment has partnered with Exeter-based to offer a range of e-cards that support WESC. The website offers users the ability to send e-cards in replacement of greeting cards and to donate how much they would have spent on sending cards.

Do something meaningful this Christmas

Authored by afurness
Posted: Mon, 11/24/2014 - 4:04pm

An Exeter based collaborative between graphic designers Future Imaging and web developers Web Engineer has attracted national charity partnerships for their website

The site allows users to redirect funds to worthy causes from the millions of pounds spent annually in the UK on posting Christmas cards.

Users create a page and ask friends and family to post their Christmas wishes online and make donations for what they would have spent on sending them cards.