Christmas is just around the corner and the Positive People team are getting festive by holding Christmas crafting workshops across Devon. The Positive People project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund and aims to help people get socially and digitally connected.
Exeter Chamber of Commerce celebrated their 150th Exeter Anniversary in style with 360 people attending the annual Exeter Business Dinner which took place on Friday 17th November at Sandy Park Conference Centre.
Charlie and AJ Courtenay, Earl and Countess of Devon, gave the main address of the evening, sharing their vision for Powderham Castle in the future, as well as an insight into the ancient family’s part in the city and region’s history.
SHOPPERS in Exeter city centre this December will be treated to a one-off musical and theatrical spectacular – all to raise awareness of youth homelessness.
Exeter-based charity Community Housing Aid is raising the profile of youth homelessness this Christmas through its project, Nightstop Devon, and in partnership with Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre and Urban Flow Street Dance.
Princesshay will host its second jobs and skills fair this November, bringing local employers and jobseekers together, along with support and training services, to help local people into work.
From 10am – 4pm on Wednesday 1st November, a range of businesses will showcase vacancies on offer at Princesshay over the festive season. Over 30 stores and restaurants including Superdry, Starbucks, MAC, & Café Rouge in Princesshay are recruiting in advance of Christmas and the Recruit Princesshay team will be on hand to help match job seekers and available posts.
EXETER health and wellbeing charity the CITY Community Trust is standing by its values and has 30 runners training for the Great West Run – the largest team from one single organisation to take part in this year’s race.
And the charity is supporting two other causes – Exeter Sports Fund and Children’s Hospice South West.
The CITY Community Trust (CCT), which works in partnership with Exeter City Football Club, delivers health, education, wellbeing and physical activity programmes to more than 45,000 members of the community every year.
Celebrate the end of the week with a glass of bubbly and some great music at Exeter Castle on Friday 1st September 2017. The fun starts at 6pm. Entertainment will provided by Radio Exe DJ John Johnston and live music from Men Behaving Badly. Enoy a selection of fizz, a fully licensed bar and street foods. Carriages at midnight.