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New website for the Exeter Quay community
Posted on: December 20th 2018
Section: Member news


There’s always something going on at Exeter Quay and the community now have a brand new website to highlight that fact.

Exeter Quayside is a new website that has been built and developed as a community project by QuayClick, a digital marketing agency based on the Quay in Exeter. 

Simon Wilkins, MD of QuayClick said: “Exeter Quayside is a beautiful and historic part of Exeter with a rich and vibrant community of shops, restaurants, leisure activities and services. We wanted to provide something for our wonderful neighbours that would help to raise their online profile and help more people realise that Exeter Quayside is a part of our amazing city worth visiting all days of the year.”

The website contains the different businesses that can be found on the Quay and boasts a ‘What’s On’ page that will highlight news and upcoming events including live music. The company hopes that the new website will act as a one-stop easy to use hub of information that will help to educate both locals and tourists about the wide variety of things to do at Exeter Quayside. 

Visit the new website today: www.exeterquayside.co.uk 

 

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