On the eastern outskirts of Exeter, Whipton Barton (locally known as Whipton), lies between the Pinhoe and Honiton Roads beyond Heavitree and stretches as far as the city’s edge at the M5. It includes the areas around Vaughan Road, Sweetbrier Lane, Honeylands and Birchy Barton Hill. It is a popular residential area, being particularly convenient for the Met Office which relocated here in 2003. There are a number of doctors, dentists and convenience stores dotted around the area.
The area of Whipton comprises lots of semi-detached housing and flats or maisonettes. The 2011 Census indicates that 31.8% of households rent from the local authority, a relatively high proportion for the city as a whole. Much of the housing style reflects this but there are also many privately owned homes which benefit from well-proportioned gardens, good sized rooms and dependable construction. Honeylands Drive is a well regarded development of nearly forty homes for those aged 55 and above. There is currently (2015) a new Persimmon development being built at Hill Barton Vale with 2 and 3 bed houses.
‘A fresh new rotisserie pub restaurant, now open..(2015)’
2 Bakers Way, Exeter, EX4 8GA
‘A good local pub….bar snacks include piping-hot pasties and pies; and there are also lunchtime favourites like panini and burgers’
58 Whipton Village Road, Exeter, EX4 8AW
‘A local pub in the heart of Whipton’
68 Whipton Village Road, Exeter, EX4 8AW
‘A range or freshly prepared Chinese and English dishes, succulent flavours and delicately prepared side orders so much that you will find yourself coming back again and again’
5 Summer Lane, Exeter, EX4 8BT
‘Order delicious Indian takeaway from Chadni Express; sit back, relax and enjoy your food delivered to your door’
352a Pinhoe Road, Exeter, EX4 8AJ
‘In-store cafe for snacks, meals, coffee and cake’
1 Hill Barton Road, Exeter, EX1 3PF
'Hamlin Lane hosts up to five full-sized football pitches and changing rooms. Other site amenities include half court basketball, a cycle training pad, bmx dirt jumps, play area and kick about goals'
Georges Close, Exeter, EX1 3LA 01392 262630
'Formed in the mid 90's Stoke Hill AFC has grown from humble beginnings to become one of Devon's biggest and most progressive youth football clubs'
Hamlin Lane Playing Fields,
Georges Close, Exeter, EX1 3LA
‘Enclosed playground and open green space. The play area has toddler swings, multiplay units, seesaw and more. There is also a basketball hoop’
Mulberry Close, Exeter, EX1 3HX
When the Met Office moved to Exeter in 2003 it was probably the largest IT move in Europe at the time
Met Office, Fitzroy Road, Exeter, EX1 3PB 0370 900 0100www.metoffice.gov.uk
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