Exmouth Breakfast Briefing: Wednesday 13 October

  Posted: 13.10.21 at 06:00 by Will Goddard

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Good morning, Exmouth! Here's your breakfast briefing:


Cloudy with sunny intervals around lunchtime. Highs of 16 degrees, lows of 12. Wind speed low with gusts up to 10mph.

Sunrise: 7.32am
Sunset: 18.27pm

Supermarket opening times

M&S Foodhall: 8am-8pm
Exmouth Indoor Market: 9.30am-5pm
Tesco Express: 6am-11pm
Co-op (Magnolia Walk): 7am-10pm
Co-op (Exeter Road): 6am-10pm
Zero Exmouth: 9.30am-5pm
The Farm Shop, Exmouth: 8am-5pm
Porky Down Butcher: 8.30am-5pm
Tesco Superstore (Salterton Road): 6am-12pm

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