Tag Archives: Exeter City Supporters Trust

Kick Starting the Exeter City FC trail at the Park

In October we will be meeting the children in the Kick Start programme that is run by Jamie Vittles at Exeter City Football in the Community. To avoid taking them too far away from the Park, especially since one of … Continue reading

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A few more words on research: the significance of trails for remembering

I have spent some time over the last few days testing and re-testing the Exeter City FC trail. The first time I tested it, some locations were not picked up and GPS accuracy was an issue, but after more development … Continue reading

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Creating Trails with ECFC: ‘Més que un Club’.

Working with people at the heart of Exeter City Football Club as part of the research and development of the Time Trails project, it is not only the rich level of sporting and social history that has been revealed, but … Continue reading

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Exeter City Supporters Trust – more thoughts on trails

I have now watched Grecian Voices and finally finished reading Mike Blackstone’s Exeter City F.C. A Grecian Anthology (2008). I also looked at the Grecian Voices website itself. I found all very educative in terms of what we need to … Continue reading

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Exeter City Supporters Trust – initial thoughts about trails

Having now looked through seven books about Exeter City F.C. (including, among others, Grecian Voices by Dave Fisher and Gerald Gosling, Exeter City Down the Years, Exeter City F.C., A Grecian Anthology and Exeter City, all by Mike Blackstone), I … Continue reading

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Exeter City Supporters Trust

Following our meeting with Dave Adcock from Exeter City Council, we decided to explore a new partnership to test how users would engage with the Time Trail app in the context of sport. Partly inspired by the sight of children … Continue reading

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