Project will focus on the really good things in Exmouth

07:00 08 February 2014

Enjoying a walk along Emouth seafront. Photo: Paul Strange

Enjoying a walk along Emouth seafront. Photo: Paul Strange

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WHAT happens in Exmouth during a day? What activities are there? And who meets whom and where?

You can find out at the end of next month when Positive Exmouth – the Facebook page that “focuses on all the really good things happening in Exmouth” – holds “Exmouth In A Day”.

Arranged for Saturday, March 29, it’s the second time that the ambitious event – collating photos and videos of 24 hours in the life of the town – has been held.

To give this year’s event more prominence, the organisers have teamed up with a local film production company to make a video of “Hidden Exmouth”.

“We want residents, business owners and tourists of Exmouth to post up pictures, video, a status or a combination of all to show what it is you do in Exmouth,” says the website.

“You could be having a walk along our beach, working in a local shop, shopping in Tesco or out drinking with friends. We want to get the widest range possible to see what it is you do in Exmouth.”

Organisers are also asking those who wish to appear in the “Hidden Exmouth” video to contact them via the site.

More details: www.facebook.com/events/234650610040310/ or www.facebook.com/positiveexmouth

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