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Autumn Citizen set to fall through Exeter letterboxes

Published: 11 September 2023

Autumn Citizen set to fall through Exeter letterboxes The Exeter Citizen

Packed full with news, information and features, Exeter City Council’s newspaper, The Exeter Citizen, returns this month.

The Autumn 2023 edition of the Citizen will be delivered to homes and businesses throughout the city during the week commencing Monday 11 September.

Front page of the Autumn edition focuses on the Exeter Community Lottery and how community groups are benefitting from a share of the ticket sales. People who play the Lottery have a one-in-50 chance of winning and one lucky ticket holder is in with a chance of winning £25,000! 

This month’s publication carries a two-page feature on getting the home ready for winter and ensuring it is properly insulated for the cold times ahead. There are handy tips on how to save money on energy bills by making the home warm and cosy and how to tap into a whole host of loans and grants that are available.

As ever, there’s the handy Your Councillors page with all the information on how to contact City Councillors in every ward, recycling information and news about what’s on at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, and Exeter Corn Exchange.

Readers can find out how to get involved in a series of consultations coming up concerning the future growth and development of the city. And for those looking for a job, there’s a useful feature about career opportunities at Exeter Leisure’s sports facilities.

Also included in this edition are stories about the creation of a new wildflower meadow at Northbrook Park, the Heritage Harbour Festival down at the Quay later this month, and how the housing team at the City Council has won a national award for its work in helping to support rough sleepers in the city.

Look out for the Citizen as it pops through letter boxes throughout the city. Once finished with the Citizen can be placed in green wheelie bins and recycled along with other household items

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