Exeter Associations

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Associations Directory Category Includes: Groups, Organisations Assemblies, Charities and Trusts

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Associations Directory Includes: Exeter Groups, Organisations Assemblies, Charities and Trusts
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Exe Estuary
Management Partnership, encourages those who use and manage the estuary to work together to avoid conflicts and pursue opportunities for improvement.
The Students Guild
Student union at the University of Exeter.
Sheldon Centre
The Society of Mary and Martha an independent ecumenical charity.
South West Lakes Trust
Independent charity set up to encourage and promote sustainable recreation, access, nature conservation and education on and around over 40 inland waters in the South West.
The Exeter Leukaemia Fund
Saving lives in the south west.
Exeter Round Table
Social organisation for young men in Exeter.

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