The City Council is backing the Department for Transport’s (DfT) Summer of Cycling and Walking campaign which strives to make cycling and walking the natural first choice for short journeys.
Published: 30 July 2021
People are being encouraged to help save Devon’s treescapes by identifying notable trees in their neighbourhood and recording them on a simple web-based app
Published: 29 July 2021
A number of swings that were removed from play areas In Exeter during the pandemic because of social distancing guidelines, are gradually being put back.
The following planning applications have been received for the week 29 Jul 2021
The new Exeter Bus Station opened to passengers in the city centre on Sunday July 25.
Published: 28 July 2021
It’s with much sadness that the City Council has learnt of the passing of 101-year-old Royal Navy Veteran Basil Arthur Trott. Basil passed away on 12 July 2021 in Addenbrooke's hospital, Cambridge.
Exeter has won £266,803 of vital government funding to deliver emergency bedspaces for female rough sleepers and women who are homeless as a result of domestic abuse.
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) announces an exhibition of work by Exeter-based artist Amy Shelton entitled Biophilia: The Exeter Florilegium.
Works to upgrade football pitches in Pinhoe are nearly complete and fencing has come down at Pinhoe Station Road Playing Fields so that locals can enjoy the improved playing surface over the school holidays.
The government has made it clear that planning should continue where practicable, and we are working hard to provide our normal levels of service with limited office presence.
Published: 27 July 2021