News - July, 2020

Posted on: July, 2020
Hosted by King Recruit: Our panellists will be offering helpful advice, resources, and tools to guide you through the whole of the redundancy process. Simon Scott-Nelson - Wellity will be presenting a real life case study of someone who has been made redundant, together with how to cope mentally and physically throughout. Vic Williams – The Audacious...
Posted on: July, 2020
As more parts of the country's economy and daily life continues to re-open Stagecoach South West are continuing to put customers, communities and employees first and ensure people can use public transport services safely and confidently. Through these challenging times, the bus operator has continually kept the wheels turning, keeping essential...
Posted on: July, 2020
Students from Exeter College applying to study medical-based courses at university are celebrating as a massive 70% of applicants to these courses have been successful in securing offers on these highly sought-after courses.   Applications to study medical-related courses at university generally begin earlier in the academic year than normal courses and can be a demanding process...
Posted on: July, 2020
If you’re planning a staycation this Summer or just heading out along the glorious Devon coast, then there is no better way to see the sights, than from the top deck of the Stagecoach Big Beach Bus, starting again from 26th July 2020. Feel the refreshing breeze from across the English...
Posted on: July, 2020
Parents in the South West are being urged to claim Child Benefit, even if they have not yet been able to register the birth of their new-borns, to ensure they don’t miss out. Between April and July 2019, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) received 49,637 more new Child Benefit claims compared...
Posted on: July, 2020
An Exeter industrial unit which came to the market during lockdown has been let. Unit 1 at 8 Christow Road on the Marsh Barton Industrial Estate is a 5,241 square foot high-bay industrial unit with gantry crane, ideal for manufacturing and fabrication uses. The incoming tenant, Landroid, undertakes Land Rover conversions...
Posted on: July, 2020
The Exeter Chiefs Foundation has distributed funds totalling more than £200,000 since lockdown began. Despite not being able to gather at Sandy Park as usual because of social distancing rules, the trustees met via Zoom to ensure vital funds were still being shared. Among the charities and organisations to benefit were Living...
Posted on: July, 2020
A talking till developed by WESC Foundation has been shortlisted for a second national award. The audible point of sale (APOS) till – which can be operated independently by users with visual impairment and other disabilities – has been recognised by the Charity Times Awards. It follows a similar recognition by...
Posted on: July, 2020
More than 53,000 outlets across the UK have so far signed up to the UK Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme - and a new official Government online finder is available to help diners locate them. InExeter have also recently created an 'Explore' list on their website where you can...
Posted on: July, 2020
Exeter College's Employer Webinar Moving to Recovery on Thursday 23rd July 10-11:15 am.   Exeter College are delighted to welcome; Rob Nitsch Chief Operating Officer at the Institute for Apprenticeships @IFAteched Nicola Drury UK Apprenticeship Manager @Amazon Mike Blakeley Director of Apprenticeships and Employer Engagement ...with an introduction from John Laramy, Principal Exeter College   Join us to explore key themes  The...
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