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Just wondering what kind of vibe Exeter has in terms of alternative/counter culture, fashion etc. Is there much diversity or are people pretty much homogenous?
I'm probably going to firm them, and though it's not that important, some diversity would be a bonus for me considering I'll be spending three years of my life there.
There are two clubs which are alternative I believe, of which one is called Cavern. So there are alternative destinations for a night out and even if clubbing isn't your scene, there's many different societies, fashion trends etc so you shouldn't feel out of place despite there also being an expected amount of homogeneity.