The Upcycled, Salvage & Eco Festival will take place on Saturday 2nd April at The Matford Centre in Exeter and supports Hospice Care South West.
Meet more than 40 clever exhibitors who will show you how you can re-use, recycle, repurpose and re-finish everything from clothes to furniture, homewares, jewellery, to glass and wooden objects through imaginative salvage and recycling. What’s not to love?
Get ECO, get SUSTAINABLE, get ETHICAL, get yourself down to the Up-Cycled, Salvage and Eco market.
Entry is just £3 on the door and includes free onsite parking...
After a 16-month COVID-enforced absence, Exeter Vegan Market returns to the Corn Exchange on Saturday 24 July to bring some much-needed cruelty-free cheer to the city.
The market brings together a huge selection of vegan and eco-friendly products, mostly created by small independent South West businesses. Visitors can enjoy a unique range of vegan products including organically grown vegetables, a delicious choice of home-baked cakes and savouries, freshly baked bread, lovingly created cosmetics and toiletries, gifts, cards and environmentally-friendly household cleaners and baby...
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In-depth marketing research can help companies figure out their product-market fit and identify specific areas...
Yesterday provided some very interesting housing market intelligence. Hard data from HMRC and market commentary from Rightmove showed that the only certainty is uncertainty and there is no need to rush into buying a home today if you don’t actually need to move home tomorrow. Perhaps Time, Time, Time is the new Location, Location, Location
For me, the most telling commentary was from Rightmove for whom the current level of housing market uncertainty rendered them unable to provide guidance on their future profitability. Rightmove’s revenues are generated from estate agents and...
Join us at our next Little Monsters Cullompton Market. Book a stall and sell your outgrown baby and children’s items.
You keep 100% of your takings!!
Come along and browse hundreds of quality, nearly new items including clothes, toys and equipment ranging from maternity through to 8 years for a fraction of their original cost. We will also be joined by local businesses providing information about children’s classes, groups and much more.
Venue Address: Cullompton Community Centre, Pye Corner, Cullompton EX15 1JX
Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (14-16 December):
Jack and the Beanstalk Exeter Northcott Theatre Get ready for the climb of your life this Christmas, as Exeter Northcott Theatre presents a GIANT of a family pantomime. Expect plenty of audience participation, live music and laughs galore. Fee Fi Fo Fum…it’s panto fun for everyone! https://exeternorthcott.co.uk
Aladdin Exeter Corn Exchange Join a host of classic characters for songs, laughter and a perfect Christmas show! The most magical and adventurous of all pantomimes will be...
Dementia-friendly Victorian Christmas Thu 13 Dec 10.30am to 12 noon £5, includes companion and tea/coffee & cake Courtyard
A special day out at RAMM this Christmas, designed for people with memory problems, with friends and carers. Enjoy festive singing by local schoolchildren and refreshments in the heart of the museum, decorated for the season as a vintage Victorian parlour. After hot drinks and cake, visitors are invited to look around ‘Devon Voices’, an exhibition about the West Country during the First World War. Groups are welcome.
Your essential guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (27-29 July).
Derek Acorah Friday, Exeter Corn Exchange Following his captivating appearance on Celebrity Big Brother, which saw a phenomenal run to the final, 2018 sees Britain’s best loved, and most entertaining, medium takes to the stage across the UK and Europe with his all new ‘Love, Life, Laughter Tour’. www.exetercornexchange.co.uk
Habeas Corpus Friday & Saturday, Barnfield Theatre, Exeter Habeas Corpus is a rip-roaring comedy set in Brighton in the 1960’s where the lust and...
The Artisan Market returns to Seaton over the early Bank Holiday weekend with a mix of stalls selling the very best quality art and craft items, upcycled gifts and handmade homeware on Saturday 5th May from 10am to 3pm.
The free, open air Artisan market hosts a wide variety of unusual and unique products made in Devon, Dorset and Somerset. Expect to find wood carvings, soft furnishings, tailor made clothing, handmade jewellery, glass ware and delicious food.
Seaton Artisan Market is held at Thury Harcourt Place on Saturday 5th May and on the first Saturday of June, August...