A project is underway at Knightshayes as part of an effort to create an archive of recorded memories from people who met and knew Joyce, Lady Heathcoat Amory. The team at Knightshayes are on a hunt to find anyone who might have known Joyce, visited her, met her, played golf with her or have any memories they’d like to share.
This popular coffee and crafts event will be returning to the XCentre by Exeter Quay on Saturday 4th November to help you kick-start your Christmas shopping.
The event will see a range of talented local crafters and artists coming together in this stunning 17th century building by Exeter Quay to showcase and sell their beautiful items.
Fundraising Manager, Holly Keatings, says, “with lots of local craft stalls to browse selling a huge range of beautiful items including art works, jewellery, homewares and decorations, this event really does have something for everyone.
Your essential guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (15-17 September)
Some Enchanted Evening Friday, Barnfield Theatre, Exeter
A wonderful evening of entertainment featuring your favourite songs from the best loved Broadway and West-End musicals, including South Pacific, Sound Of Music, Fame, Les Miserables, Chicago, Cabaret, Guys and Dolls, Hairspray and many more! Leave the theatre with a smile on your face and a song in your heart! www.barnfieldtheatre.org.uk
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service will be opening its doors to the public for a family open day on Sunday 6 August.
Everyone is welcome to come along to learn more about the work of firefighters and how they can make their homes safer. The event is to be held at Service Headquarters, near Exeter, on Sunday 6 August, 10am-4pm.
Funds will be raised for Hospiscare Exmouth & Lympstone and the Fire Fighters Charity. There will be lots for all the family to see and do, including:
A family from Lewdown near Okehampton have raised over £4,300 for the Neonatal Unit (NNU) at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, as a thank you for the help and support they received from staff when their little boy was seriously ill.