According to data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, street harassment and stalking reports in Exeter have more than doubled over the last five years.
Exeter pub, The Stoke Arms, have put up their Christmas lights early this year as a way of boosting positivity during lockdown.
Elinor Jones reviews Metronomy’s latest single.
On the evening of Monday 8 October, Wales & West Utilities investigated a reported gas leak in the Pinhoe Road area. Residents reported a strong odour of gas in the area surrounding Polsole Bridge. Upon examination, the engineers discovered a leak in the gas pipes beneath the road. As a result, rapid repairs took place between […]
Nestled between Ask Italian and St Martin’s Church in central Exeter, Tea on the Green is a local culinary classic. In the summer months, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea sat outside in the sunshine admiring Exeter’s impressive Cathedral or, if it’s slightly chillier, there is plenty of space inside in the cosy two-floored […]
The Glorious Art House One of Exeter’s best kept secrets, The Glorious Art House is tucked away out of sight at the bottom of Fore Street. Combining a range of amazing cakes and lunches with vibrant decor, it’s definitely worth a visit. Perfect for: A catch-up with a few friends. Lifestyle recommends: A Glorious Hot […]
Christmas is a strange time for walking around the city. The festively illuminated streets are made to look so much more inviting than usual. But, why is this so strange; surely every street is designed to beckon you down it? Surely every shop is always trying to entice you in, all year round? Well, no. […]
Hello Exe-plorers! I should start by apologising for the absence of Exe-plore last week. To cut a long story short, I was invited for dinner at the house of a group of people with whom I am hoping to live next year. After the meal I very quickly began to feel unwell, and not long […]
There is little I love more than going out for breakfast, much to the disappointment of my boyfriend who would rather sleep the morning away. Luckily for me, when I do manage to persuade him breakfast is worth waking up for, Exeter has a host of quaint, contemporary, up market or all you can eat […]
I woke last Saturday to the usual morning stirrings within the house – Max getting up to make an obscenely middle class breakfast (that day I think it was roasted tofu and avocado and quinoa salad, or something equally preposterous), Liz groaning her way through an all night in ‘Top-Top’ hangover, and Theo’s one-night-stand quietly […]