The Drewe Arms

Drewesteignton, Exeter, EX6 6QN, United Kingdom
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PLUM -shopping in Exeter

by Harmony_here


I am looking for a womens fashion shop in Exeter called PLUM. Can anyone help? I'd like to find out if they have a website?

Thans in advance.

RE: PLUM -shopping in Exeter

by leics

No website but address & phone number:

01392 495756
2 Upper Paul St
Exeter, EX4 3NB

RE: RE: PLUM -shopping in Exeter

by cazz38

Wow J,i live here and have never heard of the shop,just spoke to my daughter and she has shopped here quite often though she says its quite expensive.Thanks for this post now i will have to check out the shop.

RE: RE: PLUM -shopping in Exeter

by leics

Google is a wonderful thing! :-)

RE: RE: PLUM -shopping in Exeter

by cazz38

Ha Ha J thanks i do use google some times.Thanks for information good excuse to check out the shop.

Travel Tips for Exeter

Devon churches 5

by jayhawk2000

One of the many unique features of Branscombe's church is this fragment of a wall painting. It shows an embracing couple being impaled by a skeletal demon.

Apparently there used to be a whole series of these murals, depicting the punishments for the Seven Deadly Sins.

Exeter Cathedral

by Fen

There has been a church in the general region of Exeter Cathedral since the early Saxon period. A monastery is oft quoted as having been established in the city in AD 670, though, in fact, the foundation date is unknown. There was certainly a flourishing community here by the 680s when the attached school was attended by the future St. Boniface, the German evangelist. The Abbot at the time was apparently one, Wulfhard, whose Saxon name confirms the monastery's position within English rather than Celtic territory, despite the early date.


by deptlads

Andrew has family in Exeter, so we have been a couple of times now.

It is quite an odd city to get to grips with, but there is plenty to see and do, including the cathedral, city walls, and quayside.


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