Exeter City Club Profile
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Exeter City : Club Background
Given Exeter City are one of our near neighbours it may seem remarkable how few times we have played them in our history.
Evidence of the great divide between League and Non-League football. Even though the early rounds Proper of the F.A. Cup were
regionalised for most of that competition's history we have only drawn Exeter out of the hat once - in 1934-35 - though we did play at St James Park
as a neutral venue in a Fourth Qualifying Round second replay against Minehead in 1969. Until Reserve sides were excluded from the
Southern League at the end of the Fifties our first team did meet their stiffs on a regular basis, but the only other genuine meeting on
an equal footing we have found to date was in the Western Counties Floodlight League in the mid-Sixties. And even there, although the regulations stated clubs should put out full strength sides one suspects the League teams involved rarely if ever did.
The Stagecoach Family Stand at St James Park - this is being knocked down and rebuilt and so is not in use during the 2017-18 season
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The Grecians, along with Shrewsbury Town, were of course the clubs we and Doncaster Rovers replaced in the Football League in 2003, so we missed them again. Exeter were something of a joke around that period, in financial chaos, embarrassing associations with Uri Geller and Michael Jackson, and falling into the hands of John Russell and Mike Lewis. Both had previous of ruining other clubs, and eventually Russell received a prison term and Lewis a community service sentence for their fraudulent activities at St James Park.
However, back to the beginning. Exeter City were formed in 1904 out of two earlier clubs in the area, St Sidwell's United and Exeter United, and set up home at St James Park at the same time. They joined the East Devon League, and their first ever match was a 2-1 win against 110th Battery of the Royal Artillery (you don't get clubs like that today). Winning the East Devon League at something of a canter, the next season they moved up to the Plymouth & District League where they spent three years. In 1908 the club turned professional, and was elected into the Southern League to replace Tottenham Hotspur who had in turn moved into the Football League despite finishing seventh. Exeter's first season in the Southern League was a pretty impressive sixth, and they also racked up what still remains their record victory, a 14-0 demolition of our Weymouth friends (so worth mentioning) in an F.A. Cup First Qualifying Round. However that was as good as it got in the SL, and from then until football was suspended for the Great War the Grecians were generally a mediocre outfit treading water in the middle of the pack. It was during this period that they abandoned their green and white kit, deciding it was 'unlucky', and adopted the red and white striped shirts they wear today. In 1914 they made their famous tour of South America and are reputed to be the first ever opponents played by the newly formed Brazil national side.
Once football resumed in 1919-1920 they were back in the Southern League and back finishing mid-table. At the end of that season they were one of the twenty-two clubs invited to form Football League Division Three, finishing 19th. When Division Three South and Division Three North were set up for the following campaign it goes without saying Exeter found themselves in the former. The Grecians were to remain in Division Three South throughout its existence, a runners-up spot in 1932-33 being the only bright spot in four decades of mid-table finishes interspersed by six re-elections. Ahead of the Football League restructuring of 1958 they finished bottom and thus ended up in the new Fourth Division.
In 1963-64 Exeter, rather out of the blue since their previous three seasons had been fairly dire and required yet another re-election, finished 4th and so got promoted to the Third Division. They lasted two seasons before retreating into the basement for another eleven campaigns. The mid Seventies and into the early Eighties was the club's best spell to date. A runners-up spot in 1976-77 saw them then sustain Division Three status for seven seasons.
They were relegated to the Fourth Division again in 1984 and had the dubious honour of being one of the final clubs to be re-elected in 1986, after which that system was scrapped. Again somewhat out of the blue, after several seasons of stuggle, Exeter suddenly won the Fourth Division, the first title since that East Devon League one back in their founding season. Relegated in 1993-94 the next season saw them about to go out of the Football League when they finished 92nd, only to be saved at the eleventh hour when Conference Champions Macclesfield Town were deemed not to have a suitable ground. Year after year of lower mid-table followed until fate finally caught up with them in the season the Football League and the Conference agreed two up / two down for the first time and they inconveniently finished 23rd. This time there were no supposed ground issues to save them and the Grecians were back in Non-League.
It took the club five seasons to get back out, and it was ex-Glover Paul Tisdale who did the trick, managing them to a losing Play-off
Final against Morecambe in 2006-07 but returning to Wembley the following year to defeat Cambridge United. This then became back-to-back
promotions when Exeter finished runners-up to Brentford to head from the Conference to League One in two years.
That almost looked like a step too far during the 2009-10 season when they hovered just above the relegation zone and almost went down
on the final day - during the 'live' League One tables across that Saturday, they occupied the relegation zone with just
eight minutes remaining. They survived, with midfielder
Ryan Harley their hero, and the 2010-11 season saw them improve substantially upon that finishing a
highly creditable 8th
and for a while with an outside chance of the play-offs. That made their 2011-12 relegation something of a surprise - they had been more tipped to go in the other direction. Since then they've been stuck in League Two, and playing for the long-haul - they've gone big on youth development policies in the hope that they can gain success through the 'Crewe Alexandra model'. The 2016-17 season almost saw them do it - missing out on promotion through the play-offs, despite an awful start to that season.
Yeovil Town and Exeter City have the theoretical chance to develop some serious local rivalry, despite only first meeting in a 'proper' League (we'll
ignore the Western Counties Floodlit League meetings here) environment during the 2009-10 season. Both clubs are of a relatively similar
size and it's probably only the historical underachievement of the Glovers that has stopped the two clubs from meeting more often in the past.
Sometimes though, rivalry doesn't develop, and at present if anything the two clubs are tightly bonded by the untimely death of Grecians striker
Adam Stansfield during 2010 that shocked and united both sets of supporters. With the likes of Paul Tisdale and Terry Skiverton having lined up
in the same Yeovil Town side back in their playing days, we're unlikely to see games against the Grecians ignite with a bout of
Bristol Rovers Atkins-style tea throwing either.
Hence at present, this one is likely to be a rivalry of competitive but friendly respect and sometimes that is no bad thing.
The Big Bank Terrace - situated opposite the away end
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|Exeter City : We've Met Before|
|Previous Results for Yeovil Town First Team vs Exeter City
|08/12/1934||Home||FAC2||W||4-1||Smith, Crewe(2), Page|
|15/12/1965||Home||WCFL||W||6-2||Taylor(3), Foley, Read, Harding|
|19/07/2001||Away||Frnd||W||2-1||1243||Alford 4, Belgrave 85|
|18/07/2006||Home||Frnd||W||2-0||1932||Cohen 50, McCallum 90|
|23/01/2010||Home||CCL1||W||2-1||6282||Stam 6, Mason 41|
|25/09/2010||Home||NPL1||L||1-3||5886||S Williams 57|
|19/03/2011||Away||NPL1||W||3-2||5841||S Williams 43, Bowditch 58, 64|
|19/11/2011||Home||NPL1||D||2-2||5635||Upson 2, Blizzard 65|
|02/01/2012||Away||NPL1||D||1-1||5912||A Williams 40|
|11/08/2012||Home||Frnd||D||2-2||817||Upson 30, Reid 90|
|23/07/2013||Home||Frnd||W||2-1||1180||Upson 2, Madden 81|
|08/08/2015||Away||FL2||L||2-3||5659||Cornick 46, Dolan 63|
|25/03/2017||Away||EFL2||D||3-3||5492||Zoko 62, Harrison 70, Lacey 78|
|29/08/2017||Away||CHTG||W||3-1||1509||Surridge 46, Browne 75, Khan 78|
Results Summary For Yeovil Town First Team vs Exeter City
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|Exeter City Reserves : We've Met Before|
|Previous Results for Yeovil Town First Team vs Exeter City Reserves
|15/09/1923||Away||SLWD||W||3-1||Hayward, Watts, Gregory|
|02/01/1926||Home||SLWD||W||4-2||Scott, Edwards, Gallon, Pidgeon|
|11/09/1926||Home||SLWD||W||5-1||Hayward(3), Gallon, Pidgeon|
|28/12/1926||Away||WLD1||L||3-5||Lowes, Radford, Abbott|
|21/04/1930||Home||SLWD||W||5-1||McDade(2), Western, Parkin, Bloxham|
|24/01/1931||Home||WLD1||W||12-0||Edmunds(3), Rankin(2), Connaboy, Jordan, Bloxham(2), McNeil(3)|
|26/12/1931||Home||WLD1||W||4-2||Davin(2), Molloy, Millington|
|10/09/1932||Home||SLWD||W||8-2||McNeil(2), Parkin, Miles, Rankin(2), Anderson(2)|
|01/09/1934||Away||WLD1||W||3-1||McNeil, Savage, Own Goal|
|17/11/1934||Home||WLD1||W||5-3||Savage(2), McNeil(2), Parle|
|02/02/1935||Home||SLWD||W||5-1||Taylor(3), Own Goal, Smith|
|03/09/1936||Home||SLC1||W||4-1||Smith(2), Burgess, Halliday|
|29/03/1937||Home||SL||D||3-3||Attley, McNeil, Halliday|
|19/02/1947||Away||SLCG||W||5-1||Mitcheson, Hartburn, Gore, Doyle(2)|
|08/03/1947||Home||SLCG||W||8-3||Doyle(2), Hartburn(2), Stock, Mitcheson(2), Marshall|
|07/04/1947||Home||SL||W||7-1||Mitcheson, Gore, Doyle(2), Collins, Marshall, K Hayward|
|11/09/1947||Home||SLCG||W||5-1||Swinfen(2), Marshall(2), Horlock|
|20/03/1952||Home||SL||W||2-1||Lowthorpe, Own Goal|
|27/12/1952||Away||SL||W||3-1||Brown, Lunn, Easton|
|19/12/1953||Home||SL||W||5-0||Edwards, Hindle, Ryan, Clarke, Lunn|
|05/03/1955||Home||SL||W||3-1||Clarke, McKay, Reid|
|10/11/1956||Home||SL||W||5-1||McKay(2), Fidler, Elder(2)|
|27/09/1958||Home||SL||W||6-1||McKay, Dennis, McConnon(2), Emmonds, Phillips|
|04/11/1958||Away||SLIZ||L||2-4||O Donnell, McConnon|
Results Summary For Yeovil Town First Team vs Exeter City Reserves
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Exeter City : Club Statistics
|07/10/2017||Carlisle United||Away||EFL2||W||1-0||4677||Sweeney 49|
|17/10/2017||Luton Town||Home||EFL2||L||1-4||4209||Taylor 21|
|28/10/2017||Mansfield Town||Away||EFL2||D||1-1||3608||Holmes 86|
|11/11/2017||Grimsby Town||Home||EFL2||W||2-0||3854||Stockley 29, McAlinden 53|
Highest League Attendance: 4760, vs Notts County, 26/09/2017
Lowest League Attendance: 3651, vs Morecambe, 30/09/2017
Average League Attendance: 4156
CURRENT LEAGUE SEQUENCE STATISTICS
|Games Without A Win: ||0
||Games Without A Home Win: ||0
|Games Without An Away Win: ||2
||Games Without Defeat: ||2
|Games Without A Home Defeat: ||1
||Games Without An Away Defeat: ||3
|Games Without A Draw: ||1
||Games Without A Score Draw: ||1
|Games Without A No-Score Draw: ||4
||Games Without Scoring: ||0
|Games Without Conceding: ||1
||Home Results Sequence: ||WLWLLW
|Away Results Sequence: ||WWLWDD
||Overall Results Sequence: ||WDLLDW
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Exeter City : Club Information
St James Park
(Click for map)
Telephone Number : 01392 411243
Fax : 01392 413959
Chairman : Julian Tagg
Club Secretary : Roger Conway
Safety Officer : Jim Eastment
Press Officer : Andy Gillard (Press), Peter Evans (Website)
Manager : Paul Tisdale
Capacity : 9,036
Seated : 3,806
Covered Terrace : 4,030
Record Attendance : 20,984 v Sunderland, FAC 6th Round replay, 04/03/1931
Colours : shirt - red and white stripes; shorts - white; socks - white with red trim
Nickname : The Grecians
Ticket Prices :
St James Park is undergoing significant redevelopment this season, with the St James Road terrace closed, and the Old Grandstand also being taken down and rebuilt. As a result, the club have been given just 350 tickets for this fixture in the IP Office Main Stand. Prices for the 2017-18 EFL Trophy fixture are as follows:
Adults: £12.00; Over-64s and Students: £10.00; Under-18s: £4.00.
Because of the limitation on tickets, these will be sold to Season Ticket Holders ONLY from 9.00a.m. on Monday 7th August. If there are still tickets available then the remainder will then go on general sale from Monday 14th August. If there are any tickets available on the day of the match, these would be sold in Exeter at the same prices, on a first come, first served basis (although you travel at your own risk!)
Ambulant disabled supporters are admitted for the same prices as above, but can take an assistant with them free of charge.
There are 3 pairs of tickets for away wheelchair fans in the away disabled bay of the Main Stand (by the away seats). Prices are as per the concession price for this stand (£10.00) with the assistant admitted free of charge. Under 18s Wheelchair Disabled supporters would pay £4.00. Fans should ring Exeter City directly on 01392 411243 (option 2 or 3) to book these. The Disability Liaison Officer at St James Park
is Nick Saunders on either the above number or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Exeter City : Directions To The Ground
The St James Road Terrace - this has now been demolished into bits of rubble and so not in use for the 2017-18 season
Photo © 2009 Ciderspace
Most Yeovil fans are going to know where Exeter is.
If approaching on the M5 exit at Junction 30, and then follow the signs for Middlemoor. Take the second exit at Middlemoor roundabout, signed Heavitree. Follow signs for City Centre, going through Heavitree for approximately two miles. Past the police station on your right, then at the bottom of the hill turn right at the roundabout into Western Way (signed Pinhoe and Broadclyst). At the next roundabout, take the second Exit into Old Tiverton Road and then second left into Stadium Way.
Approaching via the A303 / A30, go past Exeter Airport and under the M5 bridge (J29). Carry straight on at the next set of lights, past the Met Office on your right to the next roundabout. Straight across this roundabout to the next set of lights (T Junction). Turn right at these lights then follow directions for the City Centre and the subsequently the stadium as detailed above.
Parking at the stadium is limited and therefore reserved for staff, visiting directors and sponsors. Most of the streets around St James Park
are reserved for residents and permit holders only. According to the Exeter end this is vigorously enforced. Penalty charges range from £50
The nearest council car park is Belmont Road. It's open 24 hours,
but is tiny so unless you arrive very early and are very very lucky....... More realistic is the multi-storey
King William Street with 730 spaces.
Although normally closed at 9.00 p.m don't panic if you've returned and it looks locked up: the entrance/exit off Leighton Terrace
is kept open until 11.00 p.m. when City have evening matches.
Other car parks within an easy walk are: Triangle
(24 hours, 288 spaces) and Howell Road (24 hours, 322 spaces, EX4 4LZ).
All the council car parks become free of charge after 6.00 p.m. but charge on Saturdays.
By Supporters Coaches
The Green and White Supporters Club are running coaches to the match for this 2017-18 EFL Trophy fixture as follows:
Coaches will depart from Huish Park at 4.30p.m. Cost of travel will be £12.00 for Adults, with no concessions available on this occasion.
Non-GWSC members are welcomed and will pay two pounds extra.
To place your booking, send a text message to Paul Hadlow on 07736 044570. If you want to call him please only do so after 6.00p.m. You can also reach him at email@example.com - Remember in all cases to ensure you make clear which match you are booking for, your full name (and any other names you are booking for) and a contact telephone number.
The stadium is adjacent to St James Park Station. This station is two minutes (by rail) east of Exeter Central and served by a
'branch line' starting at Exeter St David's, going via Exeter Central and ending at Exmouth.
Given the walk from St James Park Station to Exeter Central is only ten to fifteen minutes, you might decide it's not worth the hassle of
dealing with changing trains. You can use Exeter St David's, but that station is a longer walk from the ground, 15 to 20 minutes,
South West Trains run roughly one train an hour for the majority of the day
from Yeovil Junction to Exeter Central and Exeter St David's. Journey time is just under or just over the hour. The connection through
to Exeter St James runs only once per hour so if you plan to make use of that then make sure you're aware of your connection times.
The main Bus Station is only about five mintes walk away from the ground. St James Park Stadium is close enough to the city centre that
buses probably won't be a concern, but should you want one the services running closest past the stadium are the B, E and F1/2. A bus
route map can be found here.
A selection of Exeter taxi companies can be found here.
The IP Office Main Stand (formerly known as the Flybe Stand) - a new stand situated side-on to the pitch
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|Exeter City : Web Resources|
Exeter City Official Site
PTV - so that's a loathsome format, adverts, pop-ups, and more adverts. Did I merely say 'loathsome'? There needs to be a new stronger word specially coined to describe PTV sites.
Exeter City Supporters Trust
Very formal, and does exactly what it says on the tin. Probably excellent if you are a member. If you're not, you're not going to find anything of interest here.
Exeter City Unofficial Grecians
Mad franchise site. With a few exceptions that are excellent, I've never understood how the Mad franchise has kept going so long. Does anyone use them? With, for example, a 'Club History' that has managed to stretch to four sentences since 2001 this is not one of the exceptions.
Vital Exeter City
Advertising for an editor when reviewed, so just contains centrally generated Vital franchise material. No need to waste your time here.
|Web Message Boards|
Busy forum structured into ten categories of discussion. If you wish to see what Exeter fans are talking about this is the place to go.
Vital Exeter City Forum
Everyone uses Exe Web.
E-Mail Mailing Lists and Newsletters
Exeter Express & Echo
Provides daily coverage of the club.
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Exeter City : Food & Drink
St James Park is fairly central, so there's plenty of places to eat and drink close by and within five to ten minutes walk in the city centre.
Club Bar :
Exeter City's Social Club at the ground is normally open to away fans - it's known as The Park (but many know it as the Centre Spot) and is worth a visit given that it's one of the few clubs on the circuit to offer real ale (St Austell Tribute plus three changing ales) inside. There's also another area called The Park where away fans are welcome. You'll find it on the corner of the Main Stand and the Away Terrace. Inside the stadium food is the usual football ground fare.
Local Pubs :
When I first knew Exeter there was at least one pub that only served cider, and there weren't many that didn't have a barrel of the
real stuff somewhere on the premises. Those days are long gone, but there are still a reasonable number of outlets around the city where
a decent pint can be found, amongst them: Double Locks (Gray's Devon Farmhouse) - sadly, although one of the best pubs, at three
and a half miles from the ground, too far to get a write up; First'n'Last (Thatchers Heritage and Taunton Traditional);
Old Firehouse (Winkleigh Sam's Dry and Thatchers). If beer is your preference
over cider, there are plenty of small local breweries in Devon, and one in Exeter itself:
The Exeter Brewery.
NOTE: The Well House Tavern which was on our guide has been taken off as it's closed due to a serious fire. Meanwhile the Wells Tavern which had been previously taken off our guide, is now back on it under a new name of St Anne's Well - that's the nearest pub to the ground.
|Beer Cellar: Craft beer bar located very close to the Guildhall Shopping Centre, right in the centre of the city. If you want obscure beers then this is the place to be. Expect 9 keg lines, 6 cask hand pulls and 50+ bottled beers. Opening hours: 11:00a.m. – midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. They shut at 10.00p.m. on other days of the week.|
Beer Cellar, 2 South Street, Exeter, Devon, EX1 1DZ. Tel: 01392-757570. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|Bowling Green: Standard old style boozer with the advantage of being five or six minutes walk from the stadium (a bit further for the away end). Expect to see Sharp's Atlantic, Sharp's Doom Bar and St Austell Proper Job plus one guest beer. They also have a beer garden, juke box, pool table and do food. Live music on a Saturday night. Opening hours are noon until midnight, with an extra hour later on a Friday and Saturday, but closing an hour early on a Sunday.|
Bowling Green, 29-30, Blackboy Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 6ST. Tel: 01392 422527. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|Great Western Hotel: As Brunel did nothing on a small scale this is not a little place. Has two bars on different levels. Only 150 yards from Exeter St David's Station it is most useful for those alighting there. It's then about 20 minutes walk to the stadium. Opening is 10.00 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. There are up to eight real ales on at a time, with Dartmoor Jail Ale
and RCH PG Steam regulars. No food except for the hotel breakfast - there is a chinese restaurant next door. They also have 35 en-suite hotel rooms - reviews suggest that these are fairly basic affairs. Disabled, child and dog friendly, although their accommodation is not suitable for disabled people. Has an outside smoking area.|
Great Western Hotel, St David's Station Approach, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4NU. Tel: 01392 274039. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|Imperial: Huge Wetherspoon - one of four in the city - close by Exeter St David's Railway Station, which makes it a 20 minute walk from St James Park, converted from the old Imperial Hotel in 1996. Has the usual strengths and weaknesses of that chain. Wide range of ales, with more effort than some in the stable make to source local beers. The majority of Wetherspoon pubs do a real cider these days, and this one's no exception. It will probably be Weston's, which is what the chain mostly dispenses though you do see other varieties occasionally. Large beer garden, and a number of distinct drinking areas inside. Standard Wetherspoon menu served all day. Opening is 9.00 a.m. - midnight Sunday to Thursday, 9.00 a.m. - 1.00 a.m. Friday and Saturday.|
Imperial, New North Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4AH. Tel: 01392 434050. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|Old Firehouse: Close by Exeter Central Railway Station and the main Bus Station and about ten minutes walk from St James Park. Opening hours are from midday every day, closing at 1.00a.m. on Sunday nights, at 3.00a.m. on Thurs/Fri/Sat and 2.00a.m. on other nights. The pub spreads across three floors and food is served lunch times and in the evening. Very reasonably priced as it goes for the student market in term time. There are two house real ales, Sharp's Doom Bar and Wychwood Hobgoblin, and two changing guests, usually from local West Country breweries. Live music features on Saturday and Sunday nights. Beer garden for smokers and others.|
Old Firehouse, 50, New North Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4EP. Tel: 01392 277279. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|Samuel Jones: Situated down on the Exeter Quayside, and therefore one of the further pubs to reach, but handy if you come in via Exeter St Thomas station, or are wanting to visit the Cathedral. They do a variety of local beers from St Austell, and have also created something called the Small Batch Beer Club - a collaboration with various local brewers where they take on various seasonal and one-off ales - as the name suggests it's 'small batches' and therefore rotates from week to week. Food is also served - expect to pay £10-£12 for a main course, but the menu is very much aimed at the 'gastro' end of the pub market. Opening hours are a standard 8.30a.m. until 11.00p.m. - they serve breakfasts and coffee up until the alcoholic bar opens at 11.00a.m.|
Samuel Jones, 37 Commercial Road, Exeter, Devon, EX2 4AE. Tel: 01392-345345. Email: email@example.com. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|St Anne's Well: Closest pub to the stadium, in fact right by it. This pub was the Brook Green Tavern and then became the Wells Tavern. They re-opened under the new name in early 2016, and is managed by Punch Taverns. Despite its proximity to the ground, they actively welcome away supporters. They do free wifi, Sky Sports, pool and darts. They have a food menu with both lunchtime and evening meals. Expect to see Sharp's Doombar and Old Rosie cider, along with two changing real ales. Opening hours 12 noon until 11.00p.m.|
St Anne's Well, 31, Well Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 6QL. Tel: 01392 435442. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
|Victoria Inn: Other side of St James Park from the city centre, across the railway line. Underwent a change of management around 2010 which seemed to up the standard. The landlord at that time, Ben, posted a number of messages on the Green Room welcoming Yeovil fans to sample his hospitality. Does real ale and good cheap food. Around five minutes from the ground. Well used by home fans, but no issues. Expect to see Sharp's Doom Bar, Otter Ale and three changing beers. Opening times are 12.00 noon until midnight on a Saturday. They are closed all day on Sundays, whilst on other days of the week they only open at 4.00p.m. Food served until 9.00p.m. NOTE: This pub is very geared towards the University crowd, and thus is currently adopting a policy of closing entirely during the summer holiday period - in practice around six weeks for the second half of July and the whole of August, so if you're ever visiting Exeter over the summer pay attention to opening times.|
Victoria Inn, 36, Victoria Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 6JQ. Tel: 01392 477740. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.
Likelihood the Natives Will Understand You :
Tis proper West Countree m' luvver.
Make a day of it. Exeter's not a bad city. Not exactly cosmopolitan on a World scale, but in West Country terms it's big and
sophisticated enough to have abandoned witch trials and smocks while being small enough that most things are accessible with a stroll.
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Exeter City : Local Amenities
Local Guesthouses and Hotels
Go to A1 Tourism's Online Guide
to find Guest Houses/Hotels in the town and surrounding areas.
Other Points Of Interest
Exeter is what I term a proper city. In other words it's a city because it has a cathedral, not just because of its size or through
lobbying the government to give it 'city' status. It has also, at least partially, avoided being gutted by property developers so older
parts of the city do remain and give it some character. In term time there are a lot of students, so bear it in mind that the closer
you try to park to the University halls, the more clogged up the streets will be by cars.
[No responsibilty is taken for any inaccuracies. This page is entirely the product of bias and prejudice.]
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