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Quay climbing Centre

The Quay Climbing Centre is the South West’s largest indoor climbing wall. The centre makes use of the huge atrium space built into one of Exeter’s largest and iconic industrial buildings – formerly the city’s electricity works. Within the arena there are 85 hangers each with up to 3 lines of climbing making for well over 200 routes to try at any time. There’s a 14.5 metre lead wall, top roped walls from 7 to 11 metres, 5 auto belays for solo climbers and a dedicated novice zone as well as two boulder caves and training room. The Workshop Café offers a daily menu of home cooked food.
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Exeter Racecourse

Set in a stunning location overlooking beautiful Devon countryside, Exeter Racecourse prides itself on being one of the UK’s most progressive tracks, with excellent facilities and transport links to match competitive racing throughout the National Hunt Season. Whether you’re a seasoned or first-time racegoer, you’re guaranteed a great day out and a warm welcome at Exeter Racecourse, with corporate-friendly weekday meetings, holiday fixtures to suit the family and the popular Ladies Evening in May with a live band playing after racing. To complement the excitement of a day’s racing, the racecourse offers a range of superb hospitality packages, restaurant and bar facilities.
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The English Riviera

With 22 miles of coastline and 24 beaches, the Riviera is one resort split into 3 distinct holiday destinations all easily reached from Exeter. Torquay is a popular seaside town with a lively harbour offering plenty of bars and restaurants, together with a selection of fun attractions for all ages. The town is also famous for its Agatha Christie connections and one particular hotel which was to become the inspiration for the hit TV comedy, Faulty Towers (Now a boutique hotel called the Gleneagles). Paignton boasts some fantastic beaches, while Brixham is one of Britain’s most picturesque harbours surrounded by brightly painted cottages set along narrow, winding streets.
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