News - July, 2017

Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
New and updated guidance intended to give protective security advice to those responsible for managing the security of crowded places. This new guidance is primarily aimed at those with a responsibility for security at crowded places and those who own or run businesses, organisations, amenities or utilities. Some of the terminology may...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
Project Griffin is a national counter terrorism awareness initiative for business and individuals produced by NaCTSO to protect our cities and communities from the threat of terrorism. Its primary mission is to engage, encourage and enable members of the community to work in partnership with the police to deter, detect and...
Posted on: July, 2017
Saturday 16 – Sunday 17 September The next stage of work for the electrification programme will be to test the overhead wires in the Reading area, which will have an impact on all Thames Valley and High Speed Services on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September.    Services between Penzance, Plymouth and London...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
South Devon could get a new radio station next spring, if the broadcast regulator chooses a different company to take over from The Breeze when its licence ends in May 2018. Exe Broadcasting, a Devon company behind Radio Exe in Exeter hopes to win the licence with a new station...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
A chartered accountant at the Exeter office of Top 40 accountants, Bishop Fleming, has jetted off on a four-month placement to Melbourne, Australia. Alex Armstrong, who is an Audit Executive, will be working at McLean Delmo Bentleys Chartered Accountants from July to October, thanks to Kreston International, the global network of independent accountancy...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
Exhibition runs 15 Sept – 4 Nov From left to right: Sooim Jeong’s Airy Exchange (2017), Olivia Bax’s Blaaah (2017), Gareth Cadwallader’s Sailor Girl (2015-17) , Fiona Curran’s Reliable Knowledge (2017). This September, Exeter’s leading independent Contemporary Arts exhibition centre, Exeter Phoenix, will present a significant showcase exhibition of emerging and established...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
The Big Bang Fair South West returned to the University of Exeter for an explosive celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths on Wednesday 21 June. The Fair, organised by CSW Group, saw around 1600 students from across the South West explore the exciting career options and opportunities available within the...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
Independent electrical wholesaler Devondale Electrical has appointed one apprentice to a full-time position whilst taking on three new apprentices across its branch network. James Horrell joins the Exeter team at Marsh Barton after a year-long apprenticeship. He studied physical education and engineering at Exeter College before coming across the opening at...
Posted on: July, 2017
Section: Member news
Prepare yourself for Exeter’s transformation into a stunning film set, its citizens into monsters, aliens and animations, and its young people into the filmmakers, directors and crew of the future. This summer, Exeter Phoenix has lined up a huge variety of film, theatre, photography and tech activities for young people...
Posted on: July, 2017
Exeter City Councillors are being asked to back an increased budget to ensure delivery of a new Exeter Bus Station and state-of-the-art new leisure complex. The developments, funded by Exeter City Council, are seen as crucial to the £115m redevelopment of this key city centre site, in partnership with the Crown...
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