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From Rio to Hartlepool

A season of away games that started with a pre-season friendly in Rio finished with a match in Hartlepool yesterday (25/04/15).  And in Hartlepool were some fans who had seen both and all in between. Thousands of miles have been travelled and there have been many ups and downs. The Trust recognises the great commitment [...]

Play at the Park, Sunday 3 May 2015

Exeter City Football in the Community is offering you and your friends or colleagues the chance to play at the Park and raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. Exeter City FC, through Football in the Community, are one of only six clubs nationally to once again have been asked by the Football League to organise [...]

Remembering John Addems Webb 1889-1915

Memorial at St David's Church, Exeter

John Addems Webb was the second Exeter City player to be killed in World War One. He died exactly 100 years ago today (18 April 1915) aged just 26. Exeter-born Webb had enlisted in Nottingham with the Robin Hoods, as this territorial battalion of the Notts & Derby Regiment was called, on 14th October 1914. It was [...]

Director for the Day Winner – Southend

Directors Box Picture

The winner of the Director for the Day prize for the League 2 match against Southend on Saturday 18th April is: David Sparey. A number of Trust members made it onto the shortlist for winning the prize, including: Lindsey Pike, Christina Ranger, Des Gander, Mike Kerswell, Robert Chatterton, Taghd Lydon, Olly Mayes, Sarah Le Milliere, and [...]

Exeter Food Bank Bin Installed at SJP

The generosity of City fans on display at the food bank collection in March

The Trust is delighted to announce that a permanent Food Bank donation bin has been installed in Reception at St James Park. Pete Scott, a Food Bank volunteer, with the help of Trust member Clive Davis, installed the collection bin at SJP on Thursday 16 April 2015.  Pete also took Clive out to Nadderwater, near Exeter, [...]

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