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Exeter’s will be back on 17 April 2020. Tickets will be available on 29 November 2019.
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LEYF Careers Aug 17
Watch talk on tackling the injustice of & how this affects 1 in 4 UK children
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Alexander Kenmure Aug 15
I loved the kind and thoughtful responses from sharing my experience at earlier this year from everyone I met while I was there. Can't wait to see how they take to it in real life as launches next week!
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TEDxExeter Aug 15
Catch while you can ! And you can get a taste of SK’s award-winning beatboxing in his performance, ‘How social media saved me from suicide’ here:
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TEDxExeter Aug 14
Another performer at this year! See them in action with their songs of hope for the planet:
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TEDxExeter Aug 14
Do we need to change the language we use around cancer, asks ? shared her perspective on living with cancer at and you can watch her talk at .
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TEDxExeter Aug 14
More families are turning to food banks over the summer holidays. At this year, and Izzy Clarkson explained their novel idea which inspired more than a million food bank donations.
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Nicholas Poole Aug 12
Great to see in today's alongside on the vital role of mobile . "People are turning to for advice on what to read next, how to find information they can trust and how to turn their kids on to the love of reading"
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Dr Ben King 🌍UN-accredited Climate Change Teacher 11 Apr 13
We are not rulers of . 'Soil Soul Society' Satish Kumar (18min talk) HT
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Madhumita Murgia 23 May 17
I did a talk about piecing together my online identity - most nerve-racking 12 mins ever!
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TEDxExeter Aug 10
More families are turning to food banks over the summer holidays. At this year, Izzy Clarkson and Jess Pepperell explained their novel idea which inspired more than a million food bank donations.
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Jon-Paul Hedge Aug 10
Exeter ranks in the UK’s top 10 progressive cities. The survey polled: search trends, gender pay gap, recycling rates, voter turnout, number of vegan and vegetarian restaurants, number of ultra-low emission vehicles, and council diversity.
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Karime Hassan Aug 1
Britain’s towns and cities will never flourish if ‘local’ is a dirty word
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Exeter City Futures Aug 2
How can we create skills & capabilities within our City to ensure communities, businesses & organisations can face the challenges of tomorrow? What range of skills & knowledge should be nurtured ? Come along to discuss at our next free Connect event:
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Exeter City Futures Aug 6
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Exeter Live Better Aug 7
EXETER is the MOST active city in the SouthWest! What sort of activities do you do, to add to this statistic; running, cycling, walking, gym, canoeing... any others?
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Melissa Fleming Aug 10
We call upon Governments in the region to find a solution to the plight of people on board, allowing for immediate disembarkation of all passengers. Also the possibility to apply for asylum for those seeking international protection.
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GoodGym Exeter Aug 5
launching in just two weeks! Join us to run as part of a group to carry out a good deed for a local organisation or run to visit an isolated elderly person. Thank you for funding the GoodGym in the Exeter area!
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TEDxExeter Aug 10
Rainy days and sunmer holidays mean the perfect opportunity to make the most of your local library! explained why we need to treasure our libraries more than ever at this year.
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TEDxExeter Aug 8
At this year spoke about the shocking amount of plastic her team encountered while rowing across the Atlantic. It led to the birth of Plastic Free Exeter. Watch her talk and help spread the message.
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