The Rolle Site is a once in a generation opportunity Exmouth must grasp before it’s gone.
Plymouth University has a long association with the town of Exmouth and its residents, having owned Rolle College since 1988. Formerly a teacher training centre and then part of the University’s Faculty of Arts and Education (now the Faculty of Arts and Humanities), at one time around 400 staff educated more than 3,000 students within its walls. The college site was closed in 2008 when its provision was centralised on the main university campus in Plymouth.
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The exhibition, taking place at Ocean on the Esplanade, will give local residents, businesses and community leaders their first opportunity to see how the site might be transformed for a variety of uses.
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Exmouth & the Rolle College site
An ambitious £18 million development to rejuvenate Exmouth’s waterfront has taken a step forward following a decision by East Devon District Council’s Cabinet (June 17, 2015) to enter into detailed discussions with the preferred developers.
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Four of Swords, a local promenading theatre company, delivered 18 fantastic performances of Jason and the Argonauts during the recent Exmouth Festival.
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Copies of Daphne Barnes-Phillips ‘Exmouth’s Rolle’ can be obtained by calling Corridor Press on 01395 263494.
More details about this book, and Daphne’s other publications, can be found on the Corridor Press website.
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The agreement, between owners Plymouth University and not-for-profit company Rolle Exmouth Ltd (REL), will see the Owen Building used to stage an 18-show run of Jason and the Argonauts.
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