New trail and sites for a sunny weekend!

"Q is for Quarries" on TiCL

It’s going to be a sunny weekend, so we’ve done a little advance prep for you. We are delighted to announce that the “Q is for Quarries” A-Z trail is now available on TiCL. You can use “Q is for Quarries” to create your own Heavitree Stone trail around Exeter. Why not follow the whole … Read more

Two more performances

Two family-fun, walking performances in one! On Exeter’s historic Quay, Sunday 22nd July at 2.00pm, 3.30pm and 5.00pm. Presented by Stagewright Productions and the Quarry Pod, “Arch Enemies” and “Hard Case” are written by Suze Gardner and directed by Wendy Carter. If Heavitree Stone walls could talk, what would they be saying……??! Sign up for … Read more

"Living Things" coming soon

Stagewright Productions and the Quarry Pod are proud to bring you THREE performances of “Living Things”, written by Suze Gardner and directed by Wendy Carter. A family-fun, Heavitree-based walking performance. Heavitree’s walls as you’ve never seen them before! If the walls could talk, what would they be saying……??! Check out these photos from the rehearsals.

John Allan talk

John Allan is a local archaeologist who probably knows as much as anyone about the geology and buildings of Exeter. On 6 March, he gave a talk about Heavitree Stone to joint Heavitree Squilometre and Heavitree Local History Society audiences. The Society has just published an amazingly in-depth report in their June 2018 Newsletter.

Font of inspiration

Did you think the Heavitree Quarry Trails had gone cold?! Oh no, the Quarry Pod are on it! Creating brilliant ways to share everything that we’ve learned through our community surveys in the last 12 months. And just for a kick off – check this out – designed by local artist Steven Bramble especially for … Read more

Final outing for the Community Surveyors

A final exploration on the “Red City” Tour!! We hit the streets again with a new set of wonderful community surveyors at 2pm on Sunday 26th November 2017, besting the Christmas crowds and biting weather to uncover some fascinating insights into just how important our Heavitree Stone was to Mediaeval Exeter. That concludes our group Community … Read more