InExeter Treasure Hunt
Here's your chance to WIN .... !
InExeter will host and celebrate the city’s Christmas lights with a special five-day event series for all the family taking place across all quarters of the city (from Monday 13th – Sunday 17th November).
The Radio Exe crew will be there from Monday to Saturday giving you the chance to WIN.... To enter the competition, you'll need find the Radio Exe crew - and they'll give you a form containing three answers to find. Once you've found the answers, simply return the form and you'll go into a draw to win the competition.
Sounds good, right? The Radio Exe crew can provide you with more information and hints on the day, and they'll be easy to find! They'll be at the following locations.
South Street and North Street - Wednesday 13th
City residents and visitors can enjoy the celebrations from 5pm on Wednesday 13 as South Street and North Street Sings kicks of this festive event series. Local community choirs will come together to sing in a parade of music, lanterns and lights starting at North Street and finishing on South Street with special guests the Sounds of the Sirens and the Sirens Choir joining the parade to perform their Christmas single ‘I Still Believe’ in aid of St Petrock’s.
Queen Street, Gandy Street and Guildhall Shopping - Thursday 14th
A carnival of colour, lights, music and Christmas celebration will bring Exeter Phoenix, Queen Street, Gandy Street and Guildhall Shopping & Dining to life on Thursday 14 November. Led by the Exeter Street Band and community performers, this spectacular parade will also include a Bad Christmas Jumper Rave organised by Jam the Channel and hosted by Dame Betty Bon Bon from Exeter Northcott’s Beauty & the Beast.
Sidwell Street and Paris Street - Friday 15th
The stars will shine bright with fairy-tale princesses and live acapella music kicking off the festivities for Sidwell Street and Paris Street on Friday 15 November. The night’s entertainment will start at 4pm and the festive parade will begin inside John Lewis & Partners ending outside for all to see the lights switched on overhead in Sidwell Street, not forgetting a special meet and greet from the Northcott’s Beauty and Beast. The streets will be lined with pop up food and drinks stalls and craft activities to make families feel extra Christmassy during the Friday celebrations
High Street and Castle Street - Saturday 16th
From 2pm – 6pm on Saturday 16 November shoppers will be entertained with festivities for all of the family at the High Street & Castle Street Family Christmas Fair. With free arts and crafts, live music, pop up stalls and lantern making, there is plenty for everyone to enjoy together. Stand and look up in amazement at the Christmas lights as they get switched on by a three-metre-tall puppet of Exeter’s comedy son Tommy Cooper.