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Did you know ...

  • the St Nicholas Priory in Exeter is being restored with the same methods that were used 500 years ago?
  • an obelisk at Mamhead (pictured) was built in the 1740s for "the safety of such as might use to sail out of the Port of Exon or any others who might be driven on the coast"?
  • John Vesey, a 16th-century bishop of Exeter, had a fordkeeper's cottage built along Plants Brook to help provide security for travelers on the Wylde Green Road?

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Question 1: It is located on the River Exe and is approximately 37 miles (60 km) northeast of Plymouth, and 70 miles (110 km) southwest of ________.
BristolCornwallKingston upon HullPeterborough

Question 2: Regional express services run to Plymouth, Torbay, ________, and along the Jurassic Coast to Lyme Regis and Weymouth, some operated by Stagecoach and others by First Bus.
WadebridgeBudeLaunceston, CornwallBodmin

Question 3:
What time offset in UTC is Exeter in during daylight savings?
+3
+2
-5
0

Question 4: There is also a summer weekend service to Okehampton for access to ________.
ExmoorDartmoorIvybridgeTavistock, Devon

Question 5:

Question 6:
What is the leader of Exeter called?
Municipal manager
Wards
Executive Director
Panchayat President

Question 7:
When was Exeter established?
1999
1974
1909
1917-08-01

Question 8:

Question 9: The South Devon Railway Company extended the line westwards to ________, opening their own smaller station at St Thomas, near the lower end of Fore Street.
PlymouthBristolSouthamptonTorbay

Question 10: Going westwards, the A38 connects Exeter to Plymouth and south east ________, whilst the A30 continues via Okehampton to north and west Cornwall.
BristolShropshireWiltshireCornwall
















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