Exeter Heritage Network presents EXETER DAY at St. Nicholas Priory
Celebrating more than 2,000 years of the history of our city with displays, talks, performances and cake! An opportunity for everyone to discover the exciting work being undertaken by heritage groups across the city – and it’s all on display at one of our most ancient buildings.
Over 20 groups and organisations involved with Exeter’s heritage will be taking part in what will be an interesting celebration of Exeter’s history.
This is FREE event but booking for tours, walks and talks, is essential – please email the external organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments available all day.
10:30 Conrad Donaldson – Exeter Cathedral and its place in Exeter’s history
11:30 and 1:30 Todd Gray – An unknown map of Exeter 1743
2.30 Nigel Browne – Six centuries of organ building in Exeter
Join a 45 minute Red Coat walk – starting at 12:30
Hear and see the history of the area around the Priory, Friernhay, Bartholomew Street, Snalye Tower, the city wall, Batholomew’s Graveyard, Lower Cemetery, visit the catacomb and return via Mint Lane.
Please note that St Nicholas Priory is a medieval building and the rooms upstairs are not wheelchair-accessible.