Members of Dane Castle Fire Station’s Green Watch have been awarded a commemorative plaque for their “heroic efforts” during a house fire early this year.
Dangerous fire on Dartmoor extinguished Maggie John discusses dangerous fire at moorland in Dartmoor extinguished midday on Friday 12th February. On Thursday 11 February, a huge fire broke out on a remote moorland in Dartmoor. The blaze started near Peter Tavy, a small village outside of Tavistock. The fire engulfed 5km of the moor and […]
Abbie Walker shares her bonfire night poem, ‘Tissue Paper Flames’.
‘The Blood Forest’ artwork illuminates the Brazilian night as a protest against the recent deforestation crisis In the already stunning spectacle that is the amazon rainforest, unveiled by the pouring light of the projectors, portraits of an indigenous community tower above the ground. These are the images of the Surui tribe illustrated through large scale […]
He remembers the first time he drove alone. Creeping, clutch down, round the empty car park at the bay. He felt every pebble pop beneath the tires. Back before his test, there was always someone in the passenger seat, telling him to take the next left, telling him to check his mirrors, silently plotting an […]
The fire that destroyed Grenfell Tower happened just over a year ago. With many lives lost, a community survived. I would say it’s a community that is stronger than ever, but that would be to understate the lack of choice in that strength. And that, inevitably, it would have been a lot stronger without the […]
The fire that engulfed Grenfell tower on the 14th of June broke the heart of the nation, with media outlets expressing sympathy and outrage on behalf of those affected. As soon as the flames were extinguished, efforts to assign blame and call for justice began mounting. Whilst some place the blame on corporate apathy and austerity, […]
With a trending hashtag on Twitter and my Facebook timeline full of fellow students sharing multiple news articles, photos and videos, #exeterﬁre has been the talk of the city this past weekend. Beginning at 5.20am on Friday morning, and the ﬁnal ﬂames still ﬂickering on Tuesday as ‘hot spots’, the ﬁre has affected many of us […]
In the wake of the destructive fire at the Royal Clarence Hotel, and several other recent fires in the city, Exeposé have spoken to the business owners whose lives have been disrupted. The community has pulled together to ensure businesses reopen for the overall benefit of the city centre. There has been an abundance of […]
It’s mid-October, and the whispered tales of the Ottery tar barrels are starting to circulate once again. For first years/those of you living under a rock, here’s what all the fuss is about. What more could you want from your adopted home? Every year on November 5th, the town of Ottery St Mary (and a […]