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Exeter Golf And Country Club - Exeter

Welcome to Exeter Golf And Country Club. We have a lively and competitive section which includes the Ladies, Seniors and of course an active and growing Junior section. Exeter Golf And Country Club was designed by the famous James Braid, Situated in the beautiful grounds belonging to the magnificent mansion which is now the clubhouse. Braid found the rich Devon soil perfect for golf and he took great care to leave some of the fine old trees intact. The Oaks, Limes, Redwoods and Horse Chestnuts helped him to lay out a magnificent golf course. It is an 18 hole par 69 (72 ladies) course. Over 6008 yards for men and 5552 yards for ladies. Other facilities include a large practice putting green, a chipping area and a grass driving range for use with your own balls.

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Teignmouth Golf Club - Teignmouth

WELCOME TO TEIGNMOUTH GOLF CLUB, DEVON. Thank you for your interest in our Golf Club. Dating back to 1924 and designed by Dr Alister Mackenzie, the architect of the Augusta National Golf Course in Georgia U.S.A. on which the renowned annual U.S. Masters Golf Championship is played. Teignmouth Golf Club is a Limited Company with a Board of Directors and operates as a private members golf club. Visitors are welcome all year round and are required to pay green fees on entry. Set out on the high plateau of Little Haldon, over 800 feet above sea level, the course is unique in its situation, with breathtaking and extensive views. From the outgoing half we look down on Teignmouth itself, over the Teign estuary to the Devon shore as far as Berry Head.

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Woodbury Park Golf Club - Exeter

For the past twenty years Rosanne and I have shared a dream that has now become a reality. Woodbury Park is a very special place. Situated in 500 acres of Devon's most idyllic countryside, we provide the ultimate standards of accommodation and cuisine with exceptional golf, leisure, banqueting and conference facilities. Where world class facilities and seamless service, blend with the renowned warmth and hospitality of the West Country. This magnificent championship par 72 course is set in stunning tree and lake studded parkland, with rolling fairways and USGA spec. greens. For the less experienced, the Acorns course presents a realistic challenge. Brush up your technique on the practice ground and driving range, or book in for some PGA tuition.

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Bicton College - Budleigh Salterton

Bicton College is located a mere five minutes from the south coast with its selection of beaches, towering cliffs and seaside towns, and twenty minutes from the regional capital of Exeter, which with a touch of buzzy, big city atmosphere, a large student population and a thriving arts scene is one of the liveliest cities in the southwest.The citys long heritage means there are plenty of monuments and historical attractions to occupy at least a days sightseeing, and the excellent selection of bars, cafes and restaurants make Exeter a vibrant place to be after dark. (Lonely Planet Guide to Great Britain, June 2005)

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Westpoint Exhibition Centre

Welcome Westpoint Arena, the South West's leading venue for exhibitions, concerts, shows and fairs. Westpoint Arena is readily adaptable for large scale spectaculars such as ice shows, equestrian events, trade shows and exhibitions. The largest capacity multi-purpose indoor and outdoor entertainment venue in the South West. 4590 sq metre column-free exhibition hall (max concert capacity 7,500), all round level access, set in 150 acres of landscaped showground, 3 outdoor arenas, xtensive free parking, 1 mile from junction 30 of the M5 motorway, close to railway network and international airport, friendly, experienced staff always available.

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Exeter St Davids Railway Station

Exeter St Davids station is the most important of seven National Rail stations in the city of Exeter in southwest England. It was opened in May 1844 by the Bristol and Exeter Railway (B&ER), although operated at first by the Great Western Railway, which absorbed the B&ER in 1876. Today the station is owned by Network Rail and operated by First Great Western. The station currently has six platforms:five are bi-directional through lines, while the sixth is an east-facing bay normally used only for stabling trains. The station is served, in order of frequency, by Wessex Trains, First Great Western, Virgin Trains, South West Trains, and Arriva Trains Wales.


The University of Exeter

The University of Exeter, established in 1955, is a public institution situated in Devon, England with 14,255 students (2007-2008) all over its three campuses. Exeter has three campuses:Streatham and St Lukes (both of which are in Exeter), and Tremough in Cornwall. The University conducts specialized courses in Archaeology, Business Management, Classic Ancient History, Computer Science, Drama & Dance, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, Italian, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Astronomy, Psychology, Religious Studies and more.

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Exeter Airport

Exeter airport is just 5 miles east of the city centre. From the city centre take the B3183 to the M5 Junction 29, and then take the A30 east and follow signs to the airport.The Number 56 Stagecoach bus runs between the bus and coach station and the airport. The departure lounge offers comfort and style before your flight. Seating for 400, a TV, telephone and web access are provided together with Alpha Airport Shopping and the Bar Des Voyage.Alpha Airport Shopping represents terrific savings over High Street prices. In addition to the expected Duty Free spirits & cigarettes, customers can choose from a wide range of perfume, cosmetics and skincare plus gifts and treats such as sunglasses, fashion accessories,

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