Residents have the chance to help influence the way we all enjoy and access the county’s beautiful coastlines , countryside, parks and trails by joining the Devon Countryside Access Forum.
Local access forums are statutory bodies, set up under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000, that give independent advice on how to enhance and improve public access to land for open air recreation and enjoyment.
Each Forum has to include members with a wide and balanced spectrum of interests and backgrounds like access users - including walkers, riders and cyclists - land managers...
Thompson Jenner LLP, one of Devon’s leading firms of accountants and business advisors, is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Lewis as a Partner in the firm's Exmouth office from the 1st April 2018. The appointment is part of the firm’s ongoing plans to grow and strengthen its practice.
A graduate of economics and politics, Paul has a strong financial background having worked in Japan and Australia and as a Government Economist before starting his training as a Chartered Accountant with a London firm. He qualified in 2003. On qualification, he worked for a specialist...
On Saturday, the route between the Exeter Phoenix arts centre and Exeter Library will be transformed, as the Freefall Youth Group wield spray cans and stencils to create a new graffiti artwork. The work, called Freefall Climate Graffiti, will feature maps of the UK showing how our climate could change in future decades.
Freefall Climate Graffiti is part of Art Week Exeter, running from 9th-15th May. It is the brainchild of two local artists: Cleo Heard, who runs Miss*C's Graffiti Academy; and Clare Bryden, an environmental artist.