This year’s Big Screen In The Park couldn’t have happened without support from our brilliant sponsors, Princesshay, InExeter and St Austells.
Our 2019 media partner is The Big Issue.
The city of Exeter is a vibrant and cultural city with lots of fantastic things to see and do, whether you fancy a spot of shopping, a place to dine or an activity packed day out our city has it all.
In Exeter represents a collection of over 640 businesses including shops, bars, restaurants, cafes, attractions, entertainment and services in the city centre. It is our aim to ensure that visitors, locals and businesses enjoy a colourful, clean and safe environment.
We also have a skilled team – The Welcome Team – on hand to help shoppers and tourists make the most of their time in the city by assisting visitors, monitoring the city environment and working with the businesses across the area.
The city of Exeter has so much to offer visitors new and returning and our new website inexeter.com is a great way to find what you’re looking for, make sure you sign up to keep up to date on all the latest news on events and offers in Exeter whilst you’re there!
Shop and dine in style this summer.
Here comes the sun! And maybe rain, but who cares? Princesshay is home to over 70 brands and restaurants you know and love, plus an on-site car park to make things a little easier too.
Enjoy the very best of high street and lifestyle brands, take a break, soak up the atmosphere and treat yourself to a mouth-watering feast, then treat someone else too with a Princesshay gift card, available from £5-£500.
This summer is looking particularly scrumptious with plenty of alfresco dining options in Princesshay. Sign up for fabulous offers and the latest news from our 12 top restaurants cafes and deli here >>
ST AUSTELL BREWERY
Since Walter Hicks founded St Austell Brewery over 160 years ago, brewing fine ales has been at the heart of our business. Today the Victorian Tower Brewery which looks out proudly over St Austell Bay is busier than ever, brewing award-winning cask and bottled ales for customers across the South West and throughout the UK.
THE BIG ISSUE
Since The Big Issue was launched in 1991 we have helped thousands of vulnerable people take control of their lives. We currently work with around 2000 individuals across the UK offering them the opportunity to earn a legitimate income; to ‘help them to help themselves’.
Over the past two decades the magazine has become synonymous with challenging, independent journalism, and renowned for securing exclusive interviews with the most elusive of superstars. It currently circulates around 100,000 copies every week.
Created as a business solution to a social problem, The Big Issue has inspired other street papers in more than 120 countries, leading a global self-help revolution.