Excitement is building as rehearsals continue for this summer’s feature production at The Exeter Northcott.
Nick Stimson and Chris Williams have created an entirely new musical which celebrates Love and Hope, as told through the lives and generations of an Exeter family.
The story moves seamlessly back and forth through the years between 1914 and 2014 and entwines the trials and tribulations of Exeter City Football Club with family relationships and the events of the wider world.
Exeter City was chosen to represent the English Football Association for the 1914...
"As we are all aware, Exeter City AFC Ltd is not owned and funded by any one individual and this means that finances are always stretched and 2013/14 was no different.
"However, we have also been adversely affected by match attendances being below expectations and a lower than anticipated uptake of season ticket renewals so the finances in the close season have been under pressure.
"As a result, the Club received a short-term, temporary loan from the PFA on Monday 2nd June."
English former football player and manager, Kevin Keegan OBE took time out from a ‘Southern Sporting Club’ lunch presentation held at Sandy Park to sign an official Exeter City football shirt. The footballing legend aged 63 was the keynote speaker at the sporting lunch hosted by David Duckham MBE, the former Coventry and England rugby player.
The Yorkshire-born striker played for several clubs including Liverpool and Hamburger SV as well as being an England favourite. A football superstar of the Seventies, Keegan was as famous for his 'bubble' perm as much as his skills on the...
The Exeter office of Brewin Dolphin, one of the UK’s largest independently-owned private client wealth managers, arranged a very special day out on behalf of their charity of the year, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) to visit Exeter City Football Club.
Children and families supported by Children’s Hospice South West were invited to watch Exeter City FC’s first team put through their paces at club’s training ground at the Cat & Fiddle and to meet the players.
Tim Walker, Head of Brewin Dolphin’s Exeter office, said: “We’re delighted to be able to arrange this day as...
Exeter City fell to their fourth-consecutive defeat in all competitions as they disappointingly went down by a 2-0 scoreline at home to Southend United.
Goals from Cauley Woodrow and Kevan Hurst were the difference at SJP as the Grecians dropped to tenth in the League 2 ladder.
The Shrimpers had won each of their previous two fixtures by three goals to nil, with a home win over Mansfield and an FA Cup victory at Morecambe Phil Brown’s side’s two results in the month of November so far.
Burton boss Gary Rowett’s has warned his players they have a game on their hands when they play Exeter City at St James's Park on Saturday (3pm).
Last season it was honours even with the Grecians running out 3-0 winners at home, whilst the reverse fixture at the Pirelli Stadium saw the Brewers 4-2 winners; courtesy of goals from Michael Symes, Marcus Holness, Jacques Maghoma and Lee Bell.
Rowett toled the Albion website: "We go down on the back of two wins and that's important; Exeter isn't an easy place to go.
‘We actually played really well there last season for...
EXETER CITY 4 – 2 EXMOUTH TOWN (Jay – 9,10; Nichols – 61,86p) (Coombes-4; High-55)
By Rob Jennings, at St James Park
A youthful City side featuring five regular first teamers progressed to the quarter finals of the St Lukes Challenge Cup with a 4-2 victory over a SouthWest Peninsula Premier team who battled well throughout.
A brace apiece from Matt Jay and skipper Tom Nichols outnumbered Town’s goals from Lewis Coombes and Ace High in what was an entertaining duel between Exeter’s pace and flair versus Exmouth’s height and strength.
Pluss is the first organisation to help out the disabled supporters of Exeter City Football Club by providing a wind break for the front of the accessible viewing platform.
David Evans, from ECFC said “Exeter City Disabled Supporters Association (ECDSA) is always looking at ways to improve the match day experience at Exeter City for supporters with disabilities. Introducing windbreak / advertising boards to the front of disabled bays has been one of those improvements.”
David continues “The Flybe stand is north facing and the front of the bays are open to the elements. The...