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News published 2022 November

Still time to enter Exeter tree photography competition

Take part in tree photography competition and win fabulous prizes

Budding photographers still have time to take part in a photography competition to capture Exeter’s favourite trees. But hurry, entries close on Friday 18 November.

Published: 10 November 2022

Order of service available online for Exeter Remembrance Service

People attending Exeter’s Remembrance Sunday Service in Northernhay Gardens on Sunday can download the order of service in advance.

Published: 10 November 2022

Your chance to comment on proposed Parliamentary boundary changes

Residents in Exeter are being invited to give their view on proposed boundary changes which will affect the city’s Parliamentary constituency.

Published: 10 November 2022

Council staff in Exeter receive training in lowering our carbon footprint 

Staff and councillors at Exeter City Council are set to receive vital training as the local authority strives to become Net Zero Carbon by the year 2030.

Published: 9 November 2022

Tree planted in Exeter park as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy

Residents in Exeter have been helping to green up the city.

Published: 8 November 2022

Sunken boat craned out of Exeter Canal as work on oil spillage completed

Work to contain an oil and diesel spillage in the Exeter Ship Canal has now finished, with the sunken boat now out of the water.

Published: 8 November 2022

Residents urged to think carefully about the materials they recycle

Exeter’s Lead Councillor for Recycling has praised the work of staff at the city’s Materials Reclamation Facility (MRF) and urged residents to think carefully about what they recycle.

Published: 8 November 2022

First World War memorial vandalised outside Exeter's historic Guildhall

Anyone with any information about the vandalism of a First World War memorial from outside Exeter’s historic Guildhall should contact the police.

Published: 7 November 2022

Exeter welcomes Devon Carbon Plan but remains committed to Net Zero 2030

Devon Carbon Plan sets out how Devon will reduce the carbon emissions across the county to become Net Zero Carbon by 2050, in line with the Government’s national deadline.

Published: 4 November 2022

Residents have their say on the Exeter Plan at roadshows across the city

People from across the city have been attending the Exeter Plan roadshow exhibitions to share their views on how Exeter could look in future.

Published: 4 November 2022