News & Updates
Tourism News & Updates

Paignton Zoo’s huge smelly flower, the titan arum, has now fully opened!
The current British weather has had many of us look way beyond these shores in search of sun on our backs to play the game we love! Many people, whether amateur or pro players, enjoy the occasional golf trip away.
This month visitors to Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum can enjoy exhibitions on Victorian Gothic art, First World War posters and on the impact of the First World War on art and facial re constructive surgery. Events include a vintage Valentine’s ball, a singles night, Chinese New Year celebrations, half-term family activities, talks, tours and films. Special events are listed below, followed by exhibitions, displays then adult courses.
National Parks Week invite you to enjoy a little peace and quiet amongst stunning scenery as part of National Parks Week 28th July - 4th August. With 2 of the most beautiful on our door step in Devon, what are you waiting for???
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:
All roads lead to Haldon Hill on February 9 when Exeter Racecourse stages its prestigious Super Sunday race fixture.
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service are reminding people to be aware of possible flooding later today and over the weekend as predicted by the Met Office.
People living close to the River Exe in Topsham and any other parts of Exeter that are at risk of flooding from tidal waters are being warned to protect their properties from an expected tidal surge tomorrow morning (Friday 3 January).
Exeter City Game off
Exeter City Game off
Exeter City v Wycombe Wanderers this afternoon has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions.
Exeter City’s cider partner, Thatchers Cider, have kindly donated their Ball Sponsorship for the game against Mansfield to popular local charity Dream-A-Way.
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