Free city exhibition gives portrait of Exeter

PUBLISHED: 10:40 10 November 2008 | UPDATED: 09:59 10 June 2010

VISITORS are invited to a free exhibition in the city on Friday and Saturday November 14 and 15, giving a portrait of Exeter.

VISITORS are invited to a free exhibition in the city on Friday and Saturday November 14 and 15, giving a portrait of Exeter.

The West of Exe exhibition is being held at the Xcentre and combines film, photography, new media and art forms and memories from young and old alike.

It showcases the extensive and growing archive of the West Exe area developed by Cricklepit Media as part of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum's Living Here.

The exhibition runs from12 noon to 7pm on Friday November 14 and from 10 am to 4pm on Saturday November 15.

The Xcentre is on Commercial Road, Exeter EX2 4AD.

Admission is free.


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