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Exeter has been identified as one of the top ten most profitable locations for a business to be based. The city has good transport links, with Exeter St David's railway station, Exeter Central railway station, the M5 motorway and Exeter International Airport connecting the city both nationally and internationally. Although a popular tourist destination, the city is not dependent on  tourism for its survival and commerce. If your company requires a business website or your site needs managing, we can help. 

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The photos below are of the deserted building in Earl Richards Road North in Exeter the site of the former Exeter College of Art and Design… Continue reading →

3D studio Former woodwork studio Figure on front of building Front entrance to building Corridor in building Workshop Looking into 3D studio from driveway Woodwork studio/workshop 3D studio Metal workshop Entrance hall of building Corridor Front of Exeter College of Art and Design
  • Exeter College of Art and Design It was with a sense of great sadness that I walked around my old college’s studios and lecture hall as the final exhibition/installation took place. Meeting old contemporaries there was a pleasant shock after thirty years … Continue reading →