Exeter's Cathedral Green is slowly returning to normal following the fire which destroyed the Royal Clarence Hotel three-weeks-ago.Read the full story ›
Tonight's supermoon should be a spectacular sight - except for the fact that much of the South West is covered in cloud.
The Exeter-based police helicopter has got around the problem by flying above the clouds.
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A service will take place at Exeter Cathedral to thank the emergency services for their handling of a fire at the Royal Clarence HotelRead the full story ›
An Exeter road has been named as one of the most dangerous for people getting stuck in flood waters while driving.Read the full story ›
Demolition of Exeter's Royal Clarence Hotel is continuing brick by brick - two weeks after England's oldest hotel was destroyed by a fire.Read the full story ›
The teams who battled the devastating fire at the Royal Clarence Hotel will also be honoured in a service of thanksgiving at the cathedral.Read the full story ›
Parts of the High Street have been cordoned off since the huge fire which destroyed the Royal Clarence Hotel at the end of October.Read the full story ›
It was one of the biggest fires in living memory and tore through the heart of Exeter. Here we take a look at how the story unfolded.Read the full story ›
A warning has been issued after two men tried to sexually assault a woman in broad daylight.
It happened in Exeter between 1:40pm and 2:00pm on Thursday (3 Nov).
A woman was approached by two male strangers, both dressed in black with black gloves, who then attempted to sexually assault her in a lane which runs between Bathern Road and Cumberland Drive.
The woman managed to fight them off and the men ran away.
Police are asking for witnesses and would like to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time, who saw anything suspicious, or who owns home CCTV systems or ‘Dash-Cams’ in their vehicles, which were parked in the area.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police:
- via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
- by telephone on 101, quoting crime reference CR/077963/16
- anonymously to Crimestoppers via 0800 555111
It's been confirmed that Exeter's traditional Christmas market will take place around Cathedral Green following the fire that destroyed the Royal Clarence Hotel.
Included in this year’s event will be a special chalet for the use of independent traders in the cathedral area who have been closed since the fire took place.
Given the extent of the damage caused by the fire, which started in the Cathedral Yard area of the city, the layout of the market has had to be reconsidered.
We are keen to offer a Market that will lift the spirits of city residents who have been saddened and affected by the dreadful fire.
It is our ambition to deliver a market that supports the city this Christmas and we are currently considering how we can play our part in the recovery of independent businesses in the Cathedral area.