On Tuesday (31 October), Exeter’s Red Coat Guides will be running their annual Spooks & Broomsticks tour of the city.
Discover more about the most haunted parts of Exeter, with fascinating, spooky tales suitable for all the family.
Tours start from 6.15pm and will be running regularly until 7pm. They are completely free of charge with no need to book, just turn up at the Richard Hooker statue on Cathedral Green and join a tour. Fancy dress is very welcome!
Normally an annual tradition, these popular Halloween tours were unable to run in 2016 due to the...
Cygnet Theatre with Wren Music are proud to celebrate the history of Exeter’s much loved Royal Clarence Hotel with a large-scale community production to coincide with the first anniversary of the fire. Mark Carey’s new play brings vivid life to the famous, infamous and little known characters who lived, worked, played and died at the Royal Clarence Hotel.
31 October 7.30pm
1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10 November 7.30pm
11 November 2pm and 7.30pm Tickets: £10 (£8 Child, £30 Family Ticket)
Businesses situated within the cordon following the fire in Exeter city centre are being assisted by staff at the City Council.
Around 50 businesses attended a multi-agency meeting today to find out how best to move forward following the devastating events of last weekend.
Cllr Rosie Denham, Lead Councillor for Economy and Culture, said Council staff had been assisting businesses affected by the fire and the impact of the safety cordon since people were evacuated last weekend.
“First of all I would like to thank everyone working on this incident, from the emergency...
An opera performance threatened with cancellation because of the fire in the centre of Exeter will now go ahead thanks to staff at the Guildhall.
Staircase Opera’s performance of Menotti’s ‘The Medium’ was due to take place at the Devon and Exeter Institute tonight, Thursday and Friday. However the Institute, which is located on the Cathedral Green, is currently within the safety cordon brought about as a result of the fire at the Royal Clarence Hotel at the weekend.
Staff at the City Council heard about the group’s plight and stepped in to save the day, offering up the 700...
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service have thanked residents and business owners of Exeter for their support during the major incident in the city centre.
Since the fire on Cathedral Yard started in the early hours of Friday morning, roads have been closed, cordons put in place and businesses closed to protect public safety.
Despite the inconvenience, the Service has been overwhelmed by messages of support, offers of assistance and complimentary food and drink to help sustain the large number of firefighters who have been working around the clock to bring the fire...