Exeter Cultural Partnership

Engaging, empowering, energising culture in Exeter

A thriving cultural and artistic scene is a key part of what makes Exeter a vibrant place where people want to live and work and the council supports a range of activity and events in the city.

Exeter City Council has teamed up with the Express & Echo to carry out a major public consultation, which aims to find ways of building a Stronger Exeter while balancing its budget amid ongoing reductions in government funding.

As the council looks to save £4m a year over the next three years, it will need to do some things differently and stop doing some things altogether. This is your chance to tell councillors what you think the city’s priorities should be.

Here, in the third of four weekly surveys, we want your views on Exeter’s cultural offer.

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