Exeter Campaign for
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We now have an online shop!! You can buy to order a range of t-shirts, tops & hoodies (in various colours and sizes including kids and large adults), tea-towels and shoulder / shopping bags with the Exeter CND symbol printed on them. They are made from 100% organic cotton or sustainable bamboo fabric and produced in the UK in an ethically accredited, wind-powered factory. Follow this link to go to the shop and start shopping today and help us raise funds to support our campaigning:
You can also pop into 31 New Bridge Street, Exeter, EX4 3AH
Volunteers from Exeter CND have run the Peace Shop in Exeter city centre since 1980. It has had several different homes in the heart of the "West Quarter" of the city over the years, but has been at its current address since 1992. The Peace Shop is located at 31 New Bridge Street, at the bottom end of Fore Street in Exeter (Devon, UK) click here to go to a map
We endeavour to be open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 5pm, but as we are entirely reliant on volunters, sometimes you may find the door shut...
If you would like to volunteer to work a 3-hour shift in the Peace Shop, please get in touch as we are always looking for more volunteers to help keep the shop open. Click here to send an email.
We sell a range of CND merchandise: t-shirts, mugs, postcards, and greetings cards; an extensive assortment of badges; unusual, traditional and educational toys; Fairtrade goods. We also have a wide selection of literature available, including CND's current campaigning materials, petitions to sign, and leaflets from various other anti-war, anti-nuclear and pro-peace organisations.
We also sell White Poppies on behalf of the Peace Pledge Union (click here to visit their website). White Poppies symbolise the belief that there are better ways to resolve conflicts than killing strangers. For more information click here to visit the White Poppy website.
Photographs of the Peace Shop:
As it looked before being re-painted:
The formal opening of the New Bridge Street shop:
Commander Rob Green (RN, retired), Chair of the World Court Project, cuts the ribbon to formally open the new Peace Shop premises on 20th October 1992 after we moved from the previous premises a few streets away. Since then, the front of the building has been altered to provide a separate entrance to the flat above (previously, the tenant had to go in and out through the shop itself!). You'll notice we don't have the red awning any more either.