Stalls across the University

Find out more about what is on at each campus below. On this page you can find out more details about stalls that will be on both St. Luke's and Streatham campuses as well as the surrounding areas of the grounds. To find out more information about each stalls click the drop down list.

For a full overview of the events at the staff festival, please see our events timetable for each campus!

The welcome desk in the Forum, or on the St Luke's quad is a meeting point for the start of any walks, and the best place to go if you need directions or want to know what's going on where. 


staff life‌Staff Life is the new name for everything health and wellbeing related and aims to help you achieve your optimum work life balance. Take a look here for our exciting new benefits and the full range of events, activities and discounts available to you.

Come along to our stalls at each campus to see the range of activities, groups, classes and information available to you as an employee and find out how we can support your wellbeing! 

Our VISION is for a Devon that is rich in all wildlife, where people enjoy and care about the natural world and take steps to safeguard it for the future.



We are a charity and rely on membership, legacy gifts and donations from our supporters and on the efforts of our 300 regular volunteers to deliver our mission.

We manage 50 nature reserves – vital havens for wildlife and places to be discovered and enjoyed by all – but our work extends well beyond their boundaries.

Through ‘landscape scale’ conservation projects such as Working Wetlands or the Devon Bat Project we work with and across communities and landscapes in Devon, helping farmers and land owners to manage their land for the benefit of wildlife.

Urban projects, like Exeter Wild City, create urban wildflower meadows, ponds and wildlife-friendly gardens. Our Wildlife Champions network engages and inspires 10,000 children a year to love wildlife and take action for its benefit.


Find us at the Streatham and St Luke's Campuses!‌

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We will be offering advice and guidance about all the different learning, training and development opportunities available to staff working at the University. 


Come talk to us at our stall in the Forum!


LGBTQ+ Network

Come talk to us at the LGBTQ+ Staff Network stall in the Streatham Forum, and in the quad in St Luke's to find out who we are and what we do around campus!


We believe it's important to help create an inclusive environment for all sexual orientations and gender identities within the University.

We also want to offer a visible and accessible source of support as whilst many people may be comfortable with their own sexual orientation and gender identities and that of others, this may be not be the case for everyone.


Come talk to us in the Forum or the Quad!

You can make your salary go a lot further with a Car Benefits Scheme from Tusker.

We offer salary sacrifice cars to staff of the university, which they can access as part of their benefits package.

As an employee benefits, you get to offset some of your salary in exchange for a brand new car. It’s a great little perk and means you can enjoy a nice new set of wheel without any deposit or ongoing running costs including road tax, insurance, MOTs, breakdown assistance and repair bills. In fact all you need to do is put some fuel in the tank.


Come chat with us at Streatham Campus!


Community Gardeners


Come talk to us at our stall (marquee on piazza? or stall in forum?) to find out more about about Exeter's Community Garden, a green space on campus that aims to further the causes of sustainability and biodiversity and promotes wellbeing and mindfulness. 

Come chat with us about the gardens 11:00 - 14:30


We are also doing a walk of the garden, and getting involved in some hands on gardening - find out more and book in to that here

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Come talk to Unite to find out what we believe, what we do, and what we provide to members of our union. Find out about our different types of memberships, our campaigns, who we are, why to join, or how to get more out of your membership with us. 


Check us out at Streatham and St Luke's campuses!

The branch represents employees of the University, The Students' Guild and UPP. Details of how to join can be found by clicking here to go to UNISON's website or by contacting Glynis Harding the membership secretary.   Our committee members will be more than happy to help answer any questions you may have, the contact details can be found on the webpage Key Contacts

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As a member you can expect to receive regular updates on local, regional and national issues. A termly newsletter is sent to members giving a brief summary of updates on negotiations, consultations and matters arising. We offer all our members the opportunity to have a discount card. The card gives the holders a discount at various local and national stores, and members can request a shop added to the list. As a member of UNISON we ballot and consult with our members often to ensure your voice is heard.

Find us at Streatham and St. Luke's Campuses!


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Come talk to us at Streatham and St Luke's campus about what we do and how and why to join our union.


EUCU, the University of Exeter branch of the University and College Union represents over 1,000 professors, lecturers, researchers, graduate teaching assistants, doctoral students and academic-related staff at the University of Exeter. We work to protect and promote the professional interests of our fellow members, individually and collectively, to regulate the conditions of our employment and our relations with our employers, and to safeguard our interests, in line with UCU rules and the Trade Union Recognition Agreement.



oc healthOur aim is to encourage and support an environment within the University which helps staff fulfil their potential, irrespective of disability and ill health.  Our work is to prevent work-related illness and injury and to assist staff to return to work after sickness absence. 

We are proud of our awards and accreditations.

To see more about how we can help you see our site.

Care First runs the Employee Assistance Service which provides staff access to free and confidential counselling, support and information for day to day issues and problems that may arise at home as well as at work. We will be giving a short talk on the service and answering any questions, or catch us at our stall in the Forum (Streatham). 


Book into our talk here

Come talk to us at our stall in Streatham (11:30 - 12:30) or at St Luke's (12:30 - 13:30) for more information about the Settled Status Scheme  and access to  android devices that are available to upload passport/identity card details via the app 'EU Exit:ID Document Check', and support in going through the process. 


Please note: If you intend to apply,or think you might, you should bring your passport, national identity card or biometric residence card. 



sustainabilityCome along to our stall at Streatham campus to find out more how to be greener and more sustainable!

We will have stands at both Streatham and St Luke's campuses so pop along to take advantage of the services on offer and find out more about how we are working to keep Exeter sustainable and scheme we run to get you involved in that process.


Christian Staff Network (Staff festival)

The Christian Staff Network are one of Staff Life's open groups.

This network works closely with the Anglican Chaplaincy and the University Multifaith Chaplaincy Team, and exists to connect members of staff with each other, for conversation, mutual support and, of course, to share food.

Although most people in the network are Christians, we welcome colleagues of any faith or none, to share in our activities and value each person's experience of how faith impacts on our work-lives.


Come chat more and find out what they do at their Streatham stall!



Equality, Diversity & Inclusivity

Come and find out how you can play your part in helping to create an inclusive environment at Exeter. The EDI team will be promoting some of the current inclusivity initiatives and networks including:

  • LGBTQ+ Network
  • Women’s Networks
  • Parents and Carers Network
  • Dignity and Respect Advisor
  • Speak Out Guardians


Come and find us at each campus!

SpecsaversSpecsavers will be providing information on the corporate eye care scheme and entitlements. Alongside this there will be a basic eye sight screening to determine effectiveness of vision along with a colour test.


Find us at Streatham campus!

Saddles & Paddles is a unique independent business offering a great day out for those that love a little adventure and the great outdoors. Hire a bike to pedal from the city to the seaside, or hire a boat and paddle to the pub! We offer easy, relaxing, outdoor fun for all ages.

 We are also a main dealer bike shop, offering top brands, accessories and bike repairs. Please explore the website to find out more about what we offer.

Visit us at the St. Luke's Campus to find out more information about how we can help your cycling adventure!
Please feel free to bring your bike for a check, too!



Come see us at our stall in Streatham to find out more about what we're all about, the charity knits we're involved with, and perhaps even have a go yourself! Whether you're a seasoned knitter or you've never weilded a knitting needle before, come and have a chat and see the benefits for yourself!


The Staff Wool Craft Group are an informal group of like-minded knitters and crocheters of all abilities and from all walks of university life, and one of Staff Life's open groups. They are a weekly drop in group that provides an opportunity to meet other crafty colleagues, share tips and get advice. You can bring your own project or contribute to charity knitting projects. 

Human beings have always enjoyed making things together, in groups.  Such group activities play many roles in our lives – they provide us with a safe space to be in with other people who are like us; they bring us companionship, and facilitate the sharing of problems and concerns in a non-judgmental atmosphere; and they allow us to take part in the making of something that can be of value to others.  Each of these benefits – being in a safe space, sharing and caring for each other, and altruistic activities, are known to improve health and wellbeing. 

— Professor Paul Dieppe, Professor of Health and Wellbeing, University of Exeter.


Come and see us at Streatham Campus!

Come talk to us at the Sodexo stall to find out more about what we do and what we have to offer, including the Above and Beyond Scheme and the Spree Card.


Find us at the Streatham Campus!‌

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At Salary Finance we are on a mission to help people lead financially happier and healthier lives. We do this by offering salary-linked products as well as accessible, engaging financial education.


Come talk to us at our stall in the Forum to find out more about what we do!