Work at Uni and fit in with your timetable is the best benefit. You decide when you want to work. You get to know more about the Uni.
They a have a scheme called "Above and Beyond". To receive a reward you need to be nominated and then your line manager decides whether to give you a bonus or not. Bonuses are mostly in the form of vouchers and discounts. The problem with the system is that objectives are not set at the beginning of the year so there is not a clear objective under your control.
The annual leave allowance is very good with 29 days to choose, bank holidays and closure over Christmas
The pension was good but is continually being eroded
The benefits are fairly standard for a UK university, but I should explain that it's nearly impossible to get promoted at Exeter University -- the management tries to limit promotions in order to keep costs down. This is one of the many reasons for the high staff turn over -- people learn to move to another university if they want to get promoted.
£3000 a year to spend as you see fit
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.