A witty and seductive comedy by the eighteenth century master Pierre de Marivaux.
The Exeter Farmers Market has been established in order to give local producers of fruit, vegetables and foodstuffs, as well as a limited range of craft and products made locally with local materials, a retail outlet that enables them to sell direct to the public.
We would like to invite you to WESC Foundation’s Annual Visual Impairment International Conference which will be held on Thursday 2 July 2015 at our Exeter campus.
Create mini-hanging stained glass crafts with Catherine Packham.
Comedy Grove Presents Topsham Comedy Grove on Thursday 2nd July!
Exeter Art Society Mid Summer Exhibition Exeter Art Society will be holding an Exhibition and Sale of their latest works at Broadclyst Parish Church from the 3rd to 5th July 2015. There will be a wide variety of styles and media on show. Exeter Art Society will be making a donation towards the Parish Church New Heating Fund, so please come along a support this worthy cause. Opening times are: Friday 3rd - 10am to 6pm, Saturday 4th - 10am to 6pm and Sunday 5th - 12 Noon to 6pm Admission is Free and wheelchair friendly. Tea and Coffee will also be available.
Attend a three course dinner, dance and auction on Friday 3 July 2015, to raise vital funds for Help4Henry and Vranch House, for specialist stem cell research and therapy for Henry Marsh.
Live music at Venezia from Annika Skoogh every first Friday of each month.
The main reason to visit Crediton Farmers Market is to buy food that is local, fresh, full of flavour and at its best.
Find out what Victorian children did for fun!