This years Dunsford Show is a great country family event.
Entertainment includes Dog and Duck herding, Somerset Red Arrows Majorettes, demonstrations from Dunsford Taekwando, and Dunsford Primary School with music from the Lympstone Training Band and Samba Roc.
The Horse Show begins at 9.30am with a variety of classes. Please visit the website or facebook page for details.
There will also be a Dog Show, terrier racing, Kyrton Archers, a variety of stalls, BBQ, beer tent, cream teas, bouncy castle,and a fantastic prize draw. £6 per family or £2.50 per adult and 50p...
Your essential guide to What's On in and around Exeter this weekend.
This Land Friday & Saturday, Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter How far down do you own the land you stand on? Bea and Joseph are re-kindling their love. But, with the arrival of a fracking company ready to dig, the village where they live is falling apart. Through the lives of a young couple, This Land tells a story of community, belonging and the ground beneath our feet. What does the place where you live mean to you? What happens when someone else comes along and stakes their claim? Tickets: £10 (£8...
Come and join us for a day of Spring time shopping set within the beautiful medieval Nave of the Cathedral.
A great array of stalls selling a broad range of gifts and goodies will be there for your browsing and enjoyment. Get some friends together and make a day of it! Specialists from Bonhams (who are kindly sponsoring the event) will be on hand throughout the day offering a free valuation service, so bring along your pictures and other objects.
Bonhams Ticket information Tickets, which include entry to the Cathedral for the day, are priced at £7.50 per person or £10 to...
Are you curious about Exeter? Looking for an activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – looping around the better-known sights, as well as some of the more unusual and quirky ones, which combined make Exeter a unique and compelling city!
You’ll get everything – detailed directions, maps, clues (with answers in the back!), and salty stories about Exeter's history.
You arrive at the University of Exeter and there’s one trip everyone wants to make as soon as possible – a day out in Exmouth. However, trust me when I say that there’s a better beach to visit.
Yes, okay, one of the main reasons I chose Exeter was so I would be in closer proximity to the sea. I’d lived eighteen long years of my life in landlocked Birmingham and had been teased by family holidays and my time spent in Bangor, Northern Ireland, to live closer to the waves. They’re just so peaceful and pretty and… You get the idea.
Following previous successful Chorister Open Days, Exeter Cathedral is hosting a similar opportunity for children on Saturday 28th November 2015. This is open to boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 9 who enjoy singing. It is a great chance for young people to be encouraged and coached by professional musicians in an inspirational setting.
The children will have a great time with the current choristers, rehearsing and then singing with them in the Cathedral. In addition they will have a special opportunity to take part in the annual...
Come along to explore the fascinating and gruesome parts of history.Travel back in time to a different period of history every week with themed crafts, costumes, and horrible history facts!
This week our theme is EPIC EGYPTIANS. What made the Egyptians so epic? Come and find out! Find out about the gruesome process of mummification and make your own mummy. Plus have a go at making a cartouche and writing in hieroglyphs
Suitable for ages 6-12 (children can be left and collected at the end of the session).
Your essential guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (11-13 September)
The Quiet Compere Saturday, 7pm, Exeter Phoenix A feast of words, this national poetry tour hosted by Sarah Dixon sees ten poets perform for ten minutes each. Tickets £4. http://www.exeterphoenix.org.uk/
Open air theatre: Into the Light Friday & Saturday, 7.45pm, Buckfast Abbey Into the Light is a thought-provoking and beautifully written piece that will be performed at Buckfast Abbey from 7th -12th September by Unleashed Theatre Company. Based on St John’s Gospel, it...