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Gandy Street Exeter

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Gandy Street is definitely a discrete jewel in Exeter's crown. Populated with primarily independent shops and bars, it is great fun to wander down.

For great coffee, visit the Boston Tea Party. For great arts, visit Exeter Phoenix. For great music, visit Martian Records. And to get a better idea of what's on offer, visit www.gandyst.com

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