Views sought on updated Exe Estuary code of conduct

PUBLISHED: 10:34 31 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:34 31 January 2018

Kitesurfers and windsurfers made the most of the Exe estuary. Ref exsp 7302-48-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Kitesurfers and windsurfers made the most of the Exe estuary. Ref exsp 7302-48-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

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A consultation has been launched on the revised codes of conduct for users of the Exe Estuary

People are invited to have their say on proposals to update the Exe Estuary’s Codes of Conduct.

The codes, which have been in place for many years, ensure that users are able to enjoy the area in safety while wildlife is protected.

Many enjoy a range of varied activities on and around the Exe Estuary including walking, kayaking, kite-surfing, sailing and powerboating.

The Exe Estuary Management Partnership (EEMP) is now asking users, clubs and organisations that are involved with all different types of activities to provide feedback on the new draft codes for the Exe.

Councillor Jeff Trail, chairman of the Exe Estuary Management Partnership, said: “I would encourage residents and users to make suggestions and be part of the conversation.

“We need to know what users of the estuary think and how the codes can be improved. The more people who have their say the better.”

To find out more about how to share your views, go to www.exe-estuary.org/review-of-codes-of-conduct.


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