Exeter Family Friendly

Pure Queen Live in Concert @ Sheldon Open Air Theatre

Pure Queen Live in Concert @ Sheldon Open Air Theatre

Event Date: 
22/07/2022 - 8:00pm
Sheldon Open Air Theatre, Sheldon Retreat, Sheldon Lane, Doddiscombsleigh, Exeter, EX6 7YT

Friday 22nd July 2022

We are excited to welcome Pure Queen back to our theatre for the third time this summer: a tribute show to Queen and Freddie Mercury featuring classic hits, authentically reproduced with an explosive performance that will make you rock! Mark has been captivating audiences around the UK and abroad with his award winning tribute act with the full live band experience of Pure Queen.

Having endlessly studied the live shows, Mark recreates the very essence of Freddie's stage charisma making him the number one Freddie Mercury impersonator - a...

Gandy Street's Countdown to Christmas

Event Date: 
22/11/2018 - 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Gandy Street Exeter

On the 22nd of November, Gandy Street Traders will once again take to the cobbled street, spilling out onto stalls to welcome shoppers to an evening of Festive Fun and this year looks to be bigger and better than ever as Gandy Street's Countdown to Christmas starts the season off with a spectacular Christmas party.

Shoppers can expect a winter wonderland with all kinds of treats, fudge and chocolate samples; prosecco, mince pies and mulled wine, cider and gin, not to mention offers and promotions up and down the street.

There will be SNOW, a children’s craft workshop,...

Afternoon Cookery Workshop in Exeter for Adults and Families

Event Date: 
25/01/2014 - 1:00pm
St Peters School, Quarry Lane, Exeter, Devon EX2 5AP

Join TV celebrity chef Richard Hunt of the Devon Scone Company and try your hand at making savoury scones and a homemade chutney and traditional scones and a homemade preserve! This is a Fun Kitchen family activity, celebrating Devon's best independent 'foodie' businesses, by discovering and cooking up all sorts of delectable Devon tastes.

There is no need for any previous cookery experience, and no need to bring any ingredients or any equipment. All our adult cookery classes include ingredients, use of aprons and chef hats, refreshments and recipes.


Christmas comes early for young carers

Authored by Owen Prior
Posted: Sat, 12/28/2013 - 10:36am

Staff at local health insurer Exeter Family Friendly have been busy buying presents to give the young carers of the Mid Devon-based charity project “Kids Who Care” a special Christmas surprise.

The charity supports 230 young carers; offering advice and mentoring as well as the chance to get together with other young carers at club nights and fun days out for well-deserved respite.

Phil Lloyd, Chair of Trustees at “Unite - Carers in Mid Devon” said: “We are incredibly grateful to Exeter Family Friendly for all their help with funding and supporting our annual Kids Who Care...

FORCE and Exeter Family Friendly celebrate successful year

Staff members from FORCE Cancer Charity and Exeter Family Friendly came together on Tuesday to toast a hugely successful 12 months, during which Exeter Family has raised £5,500 for their chosen charity of the year.

Exeter Family, who recently won the Corporate Social Responsibility Award at the Exeter Business Awards, raised the majority of the money through staff taking part in daring and dedicated activities, including the Rock Solid Race; a gruelling 5 and 10km obstacle race, a sponsored walk, 100 mile bike ride and supermarket collections.

Andy Chapman, Chief Executive...

Exeter Family scoops local accolade

Andy Chapman, CEO of leading local insurer Exeter Family Friendly has spoken of his delight in winning the Corporate Social Responsibility category at the prestigious Exeter Business Awards, held on Friday night.

Commenting on the win, Mr Chapman said:

"I've always believed that as a business, the values you stand for and what you put back into the community are as important as commercial success. This award proves that it is possible to excel at both. We're thriving as a business but at the same time raising more money for local charities and causes through...

Barbies and Rockers out in force for Comic Relief at Exeter Family Friendly

Local healthcare and protection insurer Exeter Family Friendly went to work in style on Friday 15 March to raise money for Comic Relief.

Staff members celebrated Red Nose Day by wearing something funny for money with an 80s themed fancy dress, while also arranging quizzes, sweepstakes and 80s style games and videos to help raise over £350.

Chief Executive of Exeter Family, Andy Chapman, said: “The effort our employees put into fundraising events such as this is fantastic; the whole day was a lot of fun.

"Comic Relief is such a good cause and there was a great spirit...