Exeter Communities Together

Due to the Coronavirus / COVID-19, some of our normal activities are still on hold and we are taking precautions where appropriate. We are also currently counselling during the pandemic – more information is available here.


Exeter Communities Together is a partnership of grassroots community organisations delivering events and activities across Exeter

About Us

Exeter Communities Together (ECT) represents the coming together of a partnership of seven grassroots organisations, many of which have been run on a voluntary basis by community members, with the overarching aim of enabling Black, Asian and minority ethnic  residents in Exeter to have a voice and increased visibility in the wider community.

Jobs and Vounteers

Exeter Communities Together is a grassroots organisation consisting of seven Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority organisations. We have a wide and varied programme of events spread across the year including: cultural festivals, social events, a growing project, language and dance classes – and much more!

Latest from the Blog

Latest COVID Briefing Devon

Latest COVID Briefing Devon

Coronavirus Vaccination in Devon Briefing #47 – 26 November 2021     DOWNLOAD .pdf HERE.Key messages   The UK Health Security Agency has published further data showing the safety of the Covid-19 vaccine in pregnancy The number of Covid cases in Devon...

Capoeira – A Full-Bodied Experience

Capoeira – A Full-Bodied Experience

For those that don't already know, Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art combining elements of dance and gymnastics.The Latin America Arts and Culture Community have been running these sessions at Newton Community Centre. They have been well-attended by people of all...

Italian Folk – Day of Discovery

Italian Folk – Day of Discovery

The Italian Cultural Association Exeter and La Tarantella Exeter delivered a series of music workshops hosted at Maketank last Sunday.   The event ran from 1pm - 9pm with Italian Folk singing, dance, and music workshops. To round off the day, Trikkeballakke...


It has come to our attention that an organisation was set up using our name: Exeter Communities Together.  We wish to make clear that no other organisation has the right to use this name.  Exeter Communities Together does not accept any liability for the actions of this or any other organisation which may have assumed our name illegally.