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On Thursday 11 September & Saturday 13 September St Anne’s Arts & Community Centre will be open for special events. Learn about the history of St Anne’s stone by stone with a free lunchtime lecture from architect Jim Gardner, followed by free drawing classes led by local professionals Quay Drawing. For this year’s Heritage Open Days we are delving into the building itself, thinking about how it’s put together in comparison with modern buildings and finding out what makes St Anne’s special.
Five days of festival fun opens in North Devon when Somersault Festival hits Castle HIll. A summer camp of music, adventure and outdoor living in the heart of the South West. Live, learn and experience more with like-minded people and an amazing line-up!
Manager James and shepherd Phil will be on hand with the agriculture students helping Bicton’s sheep to deliver their babies, but this year there is so much more to see and do:
Members of Exeter Round Table, representing employers from a range of Devon businesses.
Not only is 'The Factory' home to Petroc’s music and technology courses, it offers a fantastic venue for aspiring and established local artists and lures talented bands to North Devon to use the spacious auditorium based in an industrial warehouse!
The DEFRA Minister George Eustace today (07/02/14) opened a new £1 million workspace hub at Home Farm, Bicton College.
Bicton College students and their four-legged friends are pleased to be moving to their new dog grooming centre on the East Budleigh campus this month.
Ancient Greek and Cypriot objects will be the subject of a lunchtime lecture at Exeter City Council's Royal Albert Memorial Museum on Friday (14 February)
This month visitors to Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum can enjoy exhibitions about the South West’s considerable contribution to the Tudor Age, Fine Art and contemporary wood engravings.
Help RAMM put Northcote back in the frame
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