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New chairs for Bolham Ward


Exeter Foundatio donate convertible chairs to Bolham Ward at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital to enable carers to stay with their relatives if they need to whilst in hospital

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Jack scoops top HITZ award


Exeter Hitz student Jack Clarke was among the major award winners at this week’s Hitz Awards Ceremony put on by Premiership Rugby in London

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Rachel shortlisted for HITZ award


Exeter Chiefs’ Rachel Slee is one of three finalists for the HITZ Young Achiever award supported by Barclays

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Hawks flying high in new chairs


Exeter Chiefs Community department were given their first taste of action with the West Country Hawks after they were invited to take part in a full-on game with the popular wheelchair rugby club

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Chiefs to host Christmas Camp


For the first time ever, Exeter Chiefs Community department will be staging a special Christmas Rugby Camp on Monday, December 19

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Ash shortlisted for HITZ award

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Exeter Chiefs HITZ youngster Ash Carter is one of three finalists shortlisted for the HITZ Best Rugby Performer award supported by Land Rover

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Jack shortlisted for HITZ award


Exeter HITZ programme youngster Jack Clarke will be flying the flag for the Chiefs at the upcoming HITZ awards in London after he was shortlisted for one of the night’s most prestigious awards

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Win your chance to be a Chiefs mascot


Aviva is again giving young supporters the chance to have an ultimate match-day experience at Sandy Park, this year it’s for the clash between Exeter Chiefs and Worcester Warriors on Saturday, November 26

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Urban Rugby squad returns


A new generation of rugby stars were born at Worcester Warriors’ Sixways Stadium, as over 150 youngsters experienced one of Premiership Rugby’s best grounds at the National Urban Rugby Squad Festival

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Something to Chew On


The success of Something to Chew On has also resulted in 98% of teachers recommending the programme to a colleague as it either “extremely” or “highly” enhanced the classroom experience

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