Explore the Exe estuary during an Exmouth mud walk

PUBLISHED: 18:40 23 January 2018

Exe estuary mud walk. Fraya Radcliffe, six, digs for cockles. Ref exe 22-16AW 9327. Picture: Alex Walton

Exe estuary mud walk. Fraya Radcliffe, six, digs for cockles. Ref exe 22-16AW 9327. Picture: Alex Walton

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Have your children any idea what is living in the mud of the Exe estuary?

Do they fancy digging for worms and fishing for shrimp?

If so, East Devon District Council (EDDC) has arranged the perfect event for them.

EDDC’s Education Rangers are inviting families to explore the Exe estuary during an Exmouth mud walk on Wednesday, April 4. The event runs from 2pm to 4pm.

The cost of the walk is £4 per child, and adults are allowed to attend the event for free. Currently there are 30 places available for the walk. You are advised that you will need to wrap up warm. The meeting for the mud walk is opposite the public toilets at Exmouth’s Imperial Road Recreation Ground.

Booking is required. To book and find out more information: visit wildeastdevon.co.uk.

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