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Transform Your Garden with Porcelain Paving Ideas

Authored by stonepavingdirect
Posted: Mon, 05/11/2020 - 10:14am

It is a fact that space is not common to have in houses these days, and it has become a rare blessing. It is a great blessing for anyone to have outside space, which can be used for multiple purposes. We are all living in a modern age, where homes are getting smaller and smaller, and there is very little space outside homes. If you have large or even small outside space in your home, then this space can be a happy and satisfaction zone for you and your family. If you regularly host guests, or if you want to enjoy the sunlight and pleasant weather, the outdoor patio is the best place to...

Fun, summertime, open-air, family performance - open to all!!

Event Date: 
22/07/2018 - 2:00pm
Venue: 
Custom House, The Quay, Exeter

LAUNCH OF THE HEAVITREE QUARRY TRAILS!!

A celebration of Exeter's historic buildings through a loving look at our locally quarried "Heavitree Stone". Family-fun performance, information and friendly chats with our "Quarrymen".

Sign up here! - http://www.heavitreesquilometre.org/heavitree-quarries.html

Lasting symbol of Remembrance carved for Exeter Cathedral

Authored by exetercathedral
Posted: Mon, 11/07/2016 - 7:37pm

A new carving of a poppy has been completed at Exeter Cathedral in time for Remembrance Sunday. The decorated “corbel” stone will eventually be added high up on the eastern end of the Cathedral as part of a major programme of works in that area of the building that was funded by the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund. It was carved from a block of Salcombe stone by Gary Morley who has been a member of the Cathedral’s team of masons for over 25 years. Salcombe stone was originally used in the building of the Cathedral and is still the prescribed material to be used whenever...

Commemorative sundial unveiled in Drewsteignton

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Tue, 11/11/2014 - 5:04pm

A World War One commemorative stone sundial was unveiled yesterday (Tuesdy) in Drewsteignton Village Garden to mark Remembrance Day. Tim Cambourne, Castle Drogo Project Manager said: "There is a very close connection between the Trust and the residents of Drewsteignton and surrounding villages. Many of the craftsmen working on the castle enlisted along with Julius Drewe’s three sons. "Like many of the men, the heir to Castle Drogo died at war and building work was curtailed and the Castle not completed until 1930, the walls of which are said to be memorials to its lost community of...