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CANCELLED: Connecting the Culm interactive workshop – Hemyock

Wednesday 18 March 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Blackdown Hills National Landscape
01823 680681

Event Details

Wednesday 18 March 2020
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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A person using a large interactive map table

Unfortunately, we have decided it is in everyone’s best interests to postpone these events for now in light of the coronavirus pandemic. However, we will instead be producing more information and alternative ways to engage with the project in the coming weeks, potentially including videos and online interactive tools: please sign up for our mailing list here so we can let you know about these.

You can also keep an eye on www.connectingtheculm.com and get in touch with us at hello@connectingtheculm.com

We wish you all the best and apologise for the late notice about these events,

The Connecting the Culm Team

A person using a large interactive map table

Interactive river model. Photo: JB

Help us create a better future for the River Culm

Connecting the Culm is a project which will involve local people in making the Culm valley a better place for wildlife and people, and more resilient to flooding and drought.

Come and add your local knowledge of the River Culm to our interactive map and model.

Our model looks at issues relating to the river, the possible impacts of climate change in the Culm valley, and opportunities for working with nature.

Find out more about the project and ways to get involved to help create a better future for the River Culm. Drop in for a chat from 4pm or come to a group workshop starting 6.30pm.

Refreshments will be available.

Click here to register for the workshop

We hope to see you there: Wednesday 18th March 6:30pm at Hemyock Parish Hall
If you can’t make this one, please come along to similar events we are running in Kentisbeare Village Hall (5.30pm, Tuesday 17th March) or Bradninch Guildhall (6.30pm, Monday 16th March).


Connecting the Culm with two abstract blue and green interconnecting circles symbolising the river and nature

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