The Exeter Pound is run by the people of Exeter. If you want to contact us we're always happy to help. The best way to get in touch is to email us at info@ExeterPound.org.uk.
You can also call us on 01392 348 105, though we are often out of the office. Our team are based at the address below if a good old face-to-face chat is what you prefer - if you're passing by you can ask for us at the front desk:
Exeter Civic Centre
If you own or run a local, independently owned business in Exeter, irrespective of size, and would like to find out more about how the Exeter Pound could work for you, or would like to sign up to accept Exeter Pounds from 1st September 2015, please take a look at our Trader FAQ page or sign your business up here.
Here are some of the amazing team that volunteer or work for Exeter Pound
“Clare’s background is in science, economics, energy and the environment.”
She is currently a freelance writer and website developer, an artist with Particulart, and on the TEDxExeter organising team. She was nobbled to be a Director of Exeter Pound, but as she has an interest in Transition and the thriving grassroots movements in Exeter, she might have volunteered anyway!
Volunteer Ambassador working at Exchange Points including ECFC
I study A levels in English Language, German and Geography and will be reading the latter at university in the autumn. I've lived in Exeter since 2001 and enjoy the wide variety of volunteering roles at the Exeter Pound. It's great to see our city become more sustainable and resilient.
"I am a community activator and activist working with the churches in Devon”
My particular passion is working across traditions to empower people to make a world of difference to our communities and our society, and especially with issues of energy, food and money. I am a founder-Director of Exeter Pound.
“I am a mature student at Exeter University, passionate about supporting local business and building a strong local economy.”
I also work for the University AccessAbility team as a Student Support Worker, and also as a Residence Life Mentor supporting first year students living in halls.
Gill is the Chair of Exeter Pound.
Gill is a co-chair of Transition Exeter, has a background in education for sustainability and health economics. She is also a director of Exeter Community Energy and secretary of Cheriton Bishop Community Land Trust
I am the Labour and Cooperative city councillor - Member Champion for Community Engagement.
As well as director of Exeter Pound, I am a Trustee of Bike Shed Theatre, a volunteer with Exeter CAB and a shareholder with Real Food Store and Exeter Community Energy.
I'm a Geography, Politics and Sustainability student with a keen interest in local politics.
Helping to multiply and develop "All Things Good".
I'm a community organiser and am helping to develop new forms of faith communities across Exeter and SW. I serve on Exeter Pound Executive and try to serve the Exeter Pound family anyway I can - especially by making cups of tea for our amazing volunteers and staff. www.steve-jones.org.
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