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Read our Annual Report for 2016

INTRODUCTION, BACKGROUND AND HISTORY Exeter Respect Festival was inspired by the 1996 Respect Festival, a free anti-racism music festival in London organised by the Trades Union Congress (TUC). While primarily perceived as a free music festival it also hosted trade …
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Apply to be a stall holder

Local small businesses and charities sell goods from around the world, many supporting a range of international good causes at the festival. Belmont park’s central avenue of trees and the play area became an international market, with people browsing and …
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Volunteer for our next festival!

Exeter Respect is powered by an army of volunteers. From the Executive Group members overseeing everything, to specialist roles like stage management, fund-raising to general help with stewarding, loading in, car parking and litter-picking, this event simply would not happen …
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