Help create a better future for the River Culm
Working with nature we can make the River Culm better for wildlife and people, and more resilient to flood and drought. The Connecting the Culm project is working with local communities to help tackle some of the challenges the River Culm and create a long-term vision for the future of the Culm valley.
Throughout the project, we will be organising talks, walks, river-dipping, volunteering and citizen science activities, and more to provide you with opportunities to enjoy the River Culm and get to know a little more about it’s wildlife and history, and the impacts climate change is having on it.
We’d love to hear your thoughts – please fill in our survey at the link below, or get in touch over email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us know what you think
We are interested in your views about the River Culm, information about how you currently access the Culm, and your views on the challenges associated with the River.
Keep checking back as we’ll be adding more events to our calendar for the Spring and Summer 2020.
The River Culm rises from a spring near Culmhead in the Blackdown Hills in Somerset, then flows into Devon through Hemyock, Culmstock, Uffculme, Willand, Cullompton and Hele (near Bradninch), meeting the River Exe just south of Stoke Canon. A number of rivers and streams flow into the River Culm as shown on the map above.