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30/11/2015   Exeter's old electricity building generating power once again
A former light and power station is producing energy once again.

30/11/2015   Applications for arts grants open this week
Arts groups, organisations and artists in Exeter are being invited to apply for grants from the City Council.

26/11/2015   Lord Mayor says ‘thank you’ to Exeter Fanzone Volunteers
Volunteers who worked in Exeter’s Rugby World Cup 2015 Fanzone have been thanked by the Lord Mayor of Exeter.

25/11/2015   Exeter leading the way in green energy
Exeter is one of over 50 UK cities that has pledged to be run entirely on green energy by 2050.

25/11/2015   Cllr Jake Donovan resignation
Exeter City Councillor Jake Donovan has today (25 November) announced that he is to step down as councillor for the Pennsylvania ward from immediate effect.

24/11/2015   Exeter Christmas Parking Present
Shoppers are being given an early Christmas present by the City Council – a great parking offer!

Customers will be able to double the length of their stay in the Council’s Pay & Display car parks when arriving after 10.

23/11/2015   December exhibitions and events at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)
This month visitors to Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum can enjoy a dementia-friendly art workshop, handling objects from the Second World War, a selection of the city’s 20/11/2015   Helping Rough Sleepers Through the Winter
Exeter City Council is gearing up to the Winter with an action plan to help rough sleepers through the most severe weather.

19/11/2015   Council critical of Pay to Stay housing scheme
A government scheme to make social housing tenants pay higher rents if they are earning more, has come under criticism from Exeter City Council.

17/11/2015   Weather at RAMM: The Art & The Science
Admiral Fitzroy’s first weather forecast, rain gods from the Americas, historical and contemporary art are all part of Whatever the Weather, an exhibition starting at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery this Saturday.

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