Talk on Exe diversity
THE wide variety of strange and beautiful animals that inhabit the Exe estuary is the subject of the second of a series of free monthly lectures.
THE wide variety of strange and beautiful animals that inhabit the Exe estuary
is the subject of the second of a series of free monthly lectures.
Exmouth Visitor Centre Trust have organised the monthly events up to and beyond the opening of a new �1.5 million seafront interpretation and education centre, and follows the first lecture which saw more than 100 people turn out.
The events are being held Exmouth Community College and the second on October 8 will coincide with confirmation whether a �1 million Government funding bid for the centre has been successful.
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The lecture is being held by ecologist Rod Lawrence and he said: "The talk...will be about the Exe Estuary and Jurassic Coast, exploring the variety of animals living in the World Heritage Site."
The lecture is from 7.30pm and for more information go to: www.exmouthvisitorcentre.co.uk
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