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SW Rugby 7s returns to Exeter

The SW Rugby 7s returns to Exeter this July and organisers are encouraging teams to get their teams entered to avoid missing out

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Clubs backing Red Nose Day

Premiership Rugby and its clubs are once again backing Red Nose Day with a variety of activities as we try to do what Comic Relief has done since 1985 – make people laugh while inspiring them to give generously and help people in real need

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Foundation launch legacy grant

The Exeter Foundation is launching its first Devon Sporting Legacy Project Grant to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Devon Sports Awards

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Chiefs help College to celebrate

Exeter Chiefs duo Kai Horstmann and Don Armand joined club chief executive Tony Rowe OBE in helping Exeter College celebrate their annual awards night at Sandy Park

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Sidmouth Festival is smash hit

Sidmouth Rugby Club provided the perfect setting for youngsters on the Aviva Tackling Numbers programme to put their skills to the test in the latest End of Term Festival.

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Thanks A Million

A charity set up just six years ago to help promote the local community and the vision of people who and work there is today celebrating raising the sum of £1m

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Happy half-term campers

With school out for the week, children from across Devon and Cornwall took the opportunity to hone their rugby skills on the latest half-term camps run by the Exeter Chiefs Community department

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Chiefs bring cheer to Bramble Unit

Ahead of busy festive period for the Exeter Chiefs, stars take time out to pay a special visit to the Bramble Children’s Unit at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital

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Christmas lunch hailed huge success

The inaugural Wooden Spoon and Exeter Foundation Christmas lunch has been hailed a resounding success with nearly £20,000 raised for the two charities

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New nurse bags for Hospiscare

Exeter Foundation hand over cheque for £5,000 to help fund 60 new nurse bags to be used in the local community by city-based charity Hospiscare

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