Wild Exmouth’s map of Exmouth’s ‘little known gems’ and much-loved beauty spots
- Credit: Wild Exmouth
Households in Exmouth have received their own map of the town that showcases the best of the outdoors.
Wild Exmouth, a three-year community nature project, has produced a map to highlight trails and cycle paths along with parks, nature reserves, play areas and community orchards.
Working with local designer, Jo Salter, a bird’s eye map has been created to give an inspiring view of the town.
The map will be posted out over the coming weeks to every household in the town. The map can also be downloaded and copies are available from the tourist information centre.
Tim Dafforn, Wild Exmouth coordinator and countryside team leader, said: “The map includes much loved areas along with little known gems, highlighting the three valleys of the town and the amazing nature reserves and parks nearby.”
Later in the summer, the interpretation map will also be installed in key green spaces to give residents and visitors an ongoing view of the best of Wild Exmouth.
For more information visit eastdevon.gov.uk/countryside/wild-exmouth
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