News - June, 2019

Posted on: June, 2019
Thursday 20 June was Clean Air Day, the UK’s biggest air pollution campaign. To mark the day, Exeter organisations including Co Bikes, Exeter City Futures and Travel Devon held an event in Princesshay. Here, they promoted simple steps everyone can take to help tackle air pollution. These included using Co...
Posted on: June, 2019
Section: Member news
This summer, your local library is looking for people aged 14-19 to help out with the Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge. If you’re a lover of words, a keen people person or on the lookout for something to do during your summer break, this could be the perfect opportunity to learn...
Posted on: June, 2019
Unfound (working with the Coop) are to host a roadshow utilising the use of tech for greater good (social impact). The roadshow is taking place on 18th July at Exeter’s The Innovation Centre, 4.30pm – 6.30pm and aimed largely at those in/interested in the tech startup space.     More info below: • Hear about...
Posted on: June, 2019
How do your employee benefits compare to others in the area? Take part in the Sarah West Recruitment survey to find out! It takes less than five minutes to complete, all the responses will be anonymised and you’ll of course get a copy of the results.  Thank you to the organisations that have taken...
Posted on: June, 2019
The deadline for the Space Awards, which celebrates the amazing workspaces in and around Exeter is fast approaching.  Grow magazine are proud to be the media partners of the awards which celebrate and showcase the most innovative employee initiatives and champion the best and ‘coolest’ places to work in and around...
Posted on: June, 2019
An eclectic mix of local bands and musicians have been chosen to play at this summer’s Exeter Festival. The free afternoon of music takes place in Exeter’s Northernhay Gardens on Saturday 6 July. Earlier in the year local bands and musicians were invited to pitch for a slot at the Exeter Festival,...
Posted on: June, 2019
A riot of colour has broken out across the city, with wild flowers coming into bloom as part of the Wild City Project. The initiative – a collaboration with Devon Wildlife Trust – is now in its fourth year and still pleasing locals and visitors alike. Wild flower seed has been sown...
Posted on: June, 2019
Section: Member news
Chagford Library has officially unveiled its unique new mural, thanks to support from its local Friends Group and the talents of a local artist.   The mural, which is inspired by the local surroundings and local characters, was commissioned by the Friends Group and was hand painted by local artist Steve Dooley,...
Posted on: June, 2019
    Please help us take a snapshot of the local economy by sparing a few minutes of your time to take part in the next quarterly Exeter Business Survey. All members are invited to join in the survey and become part of this important barometer of the economy in Devon’s capital...
Posted on: June, 2019
People coming into Exeter on Thursday evenings will now be able to park for free in our three pay-on-foot muti-storey car parks. The offer, which starts Thursday 20 June, has been brought in to support Thursday late night shopping and the wider evening economy. It is also aimed at spreading the...
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