Exeter / Gallery / Venue / Directions

Westpoint Exeter

Visiting by Car

Westpoint is just one mile from junction 30 of the M5, providing direct access from London, Birmingham, Bristol and Plymouth. For Westpoint, exit the M5 at junction 30 and follow the A3052 Sidmouth road for one mile. Westpoint is on your left hand side.

You can plan your journey with Google Maps, or enter EX5 1DJ or Oil Mill Lane in to your satnav.

For parking information please visit our parking page.

Visiting by Train

Exeter St. David's provides direct rail links to all major cities in the UK. The station is 6 miles from Westpoint.

To book tickets or find out more information please visit www.thetrainline.com.

Visiting by Bus

National coach and bus services call at Exeter Bus Station in the centre of Exeter. The bus station is 6 miles from Westpoint.

To book tickets or find out more information please visit www.nationalexpress.com.

The number 9 bus from the Exeter Bus Station on Paris Street runs approx every 30 minutes during the day (except Sundays). The journey time is around 20 minutes. Westpoint is a request stop. For more information please visit www.stagecoachbus.com.

Visiting by Taxi

If you require a taxi during your visit to Westpoint please contact Capital on the following number: 01392 43 43 43 (quote Westpoint for preferential rates to/from Westpoint)




CALL TO ACTION

Event Opportunities

Exhibiting at one of our events

Event Schedule 2017

Register for Event

Register for the Exeter event

About Exeter

Information about the next event location

ARTICLES

Teacher shortage crisis deepens, new DfE figures show

The TES reports that teacher vacancies have seen a sharp 26 per cent increase in the past year, amid growing concerns about teacher shortage.

‘Ofsted is as stressful as it can get for teachers. Is that stress level about to be dialled up?’ ‘Ofsted is as stressful as it can get for teachers. Is that stress level about to be dialled up?

The TES reports that recent proposals that would change how Ofsted inspects schools risk increasing the pressure felt by those being assessed.