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Our What’s On Exeter guide has the latest events not to miss while you visit Exeter – there’s always something going on, so don’t miss out on the latest exhibitions, shows and more on your trip to Exeter by checking out our News page.

Local News Exeter

Popular prop switching clubs

Ealing Trailfinders have signed prop James Kenny from Exeter Chiefs ahead of the 2024/25 season. The 25-year-old is joining the club on a permanent deal having been on loan for a brief spell, making one appearance off the bench on the final day of the 23/24 season. The ex-Chief came through the Exet Exeter Today | News…


Countdown is on to Chamber Summer Bash

The countdown is on and it’s just under three weeks until the Exeter Chamber Summer Bash & Exeter Impact Awards. If you’ve not bought your tickets to the biggest summer business event in the city, then you better be quick, as they are selling fast and there are only a limited number available. The e Exeter Today | News…


Generators: Your Simplified Backup Power Solution

Generators are important power backup systems that supply power during blackouts or in any places where there may not be permanent source of electric power. Residential, commercial and industrial applications, sports facilities, and outdoor events for that matter are some of the areas that benefit from generator systems used in power generation. . Explored in this article is the broad spectrum of generators and how they are best utilized, with an emphasis on guiding prospective buyers on factors to bear in mind when choosing a generator. Types of Generators Portable Generators: Portable generators are exactly what the name suggests, portable, and can therefore be easily relocated from one area to the other. Most of them are designed to operate on gasoline, propane, or diesel, and can be used to provide standby power for home appliances and equipment in the event of a power outage as well as during recreational activities like camping and tailgating. Standby Generators: Standby generators are fixed indoors and come on the instant a house or a business venture’s power supply is cut off. They are attached to the actual electrical circuit in the building and most of them use natural gas…


D-Day – Exeter City Council

On Thursday 6 June it will be 80 years since Operation Overlord, when allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy during the Second World War. The large-scale operation marked…


Devon trio unites to create an innovative health garden at Chelsea Flower Show

Three leading local companies have joined forces in a high-profile charitable project aimed at rewilding the environment, promoting healthy eating and raising awareness of bowel disease. The project has been commissioned by Bowel Research UK with the aim of constructing a ‘Microbiome Garden’ that reflects a healthy gut. It has been funded by Project Giving Back and designed by top garden designers, Chris Hull and Sid Hill. The state-of-the-art garden is being constructed by Atlantes Landscapes in Exeter, transported to the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show and returned to a permanent site in Devon. The three companies are: GreenBrook Landscape Design led by Chris Hull of the ‘Garden Rescue’ TV series. Chris grew up in Tavistock and recently relocated from Bath to Exeter; Sid Hill Ecological Gardens based in Totnes. Sid is a well-known ecological horticulturalist who creates food forests and edible meadows; and Atlantes Landscapes, headed up by Paul Bentley who has more than 40 years of experience in landscape construction and has managed the design, construction and logistics of the garden in Marsh Barton.
The Bowel Research UK Microbiome Garden, which will include an edible meadow, seeks to explore the link between a healthy landscape, healthy gut, and…


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