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Reclaim the Night

What's On - Events Calendar for Exeter and the surrounding area of Devon

What: 30th November 2017 ** OOPS - Event Ended **
Reclaim the Night Exeter had over 350 people at it's event last year. Open to ALL - this event starts with banner making at 4pm, FREE FOOD until 6pm. There will be singing, poetry and speakers which helps to raise the mood. It is a marshalled route and the march starts at 6.30pm from St Sids and ends at Bedford Square. This is to raise awareness for violence and sexual harassment against women and girls on the streets and in public spaces. It is a UK based event. Reclaim the Night Exeter is hosting it's 6th event and we are hoping for even more people to attend. Please follow us on Facebook or Twitter #exeterrtn'
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The events below are a selection from the What's on in Exeter calendar listings for 2018 and 2019 that features a selection of events taking place in the city together with more from the surrounding area of Devon.

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