Although we as a planet have always been aware of our waste output, in recent years the crippling truth and responsibility have become a reality for individuals. Consumers are becoming more educated about what products are made from and their impacts. In the media we are quick to highlight the high quantity of plastic items used at home, single-use plastic packaging in stores and the waste produced by fast fashion. Yet, because these things are such a regular part of our lives, it seems almost alien to consider a life without them. Continue reading ZERO: Exeter’s Progress Towards Zero-Waste
Strictly Students, Princesshay, 2 October 2018 For one night only on Tuesday 2nd October, Princesshay opens its doors exclusively to students for an evening of live music, giveaways, beauty and up to 25% off the best brands. Between 6.30pm and 9.30pm, Princesshay will be in party mode with DJ sets and live music from local favourites such as Adam Moran, Leigh Coleman and Richard James … Continue reading Strictly Students, Princesshay 2018
To celebrate Princesshay’s Strictly Student event we are offering one lucky person the chance to a win £50 Princesshay gift card to spend at the exclusive Strictly Student shopping event on Tuesday 2nd October!
For one night only on Tuesday 2nd October, Princesshay opens its doors exclusively to students for an evening of live music, giveaways, beauty and up to 25% off the best brands. Continue reading Win £50 To Spend at Strictly Students, Princesshay!
On a crisp, clear Saturday, just off of Exeter’s main high street, Barnfield Theatre was not offering your average theatre performance but alternatively a Christmas market with a difference. The stalls on offer were not from commercial companies nor were there items for sale which you could easily find in the likes of Princesshay. Instead, the market offered handmade goods, ranging from eye-catching tie-dye socks to animals crafted … Continue reading Miss Freda’s Alternative Xmas Market
Update your wardrobe for charity! All in the aid of the charity, Enabling Evie 11 Oct 2012, 12-3pm. Free entry! Need a new winter wardrobe, but struggling on a student budget? Need a clothes clear out? Donate, swap and shop at Exeter’s Clothes Swap Shop. Enabling Evie is a charity set up to support baby Evelyn Shears. She has a current diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy, a movement … Continue reading Exeter’s Clothes Swap Shop
Constantly, when bouncing around various artist’s websites, do you see a link to their ‘etsy’ shop – shops I’ve often appreciated without further thought until eventually it struck me…what actually is etsy!? It’s been described as a ‘crafty cross’ between ebay and amazon – a place where you can dig through vintage and handmade items (ranging from clothes to art) and buy them safely online … Continue reading Etsy: A treasure trove – start trawling!
Exams are DONE, as are results for most people (hope everyone got what they wanted!), so some much needed arty rewards are needed… here’s what’s on my wish list, just a few beautiful bits and pieces to celebrate the end of the academic year with: 1. A Grady McFerrin Notebook Grady McFerrin is a New York based illustrator who studied art at College and now … Continue reading Post-Exam Presents