Wild Exmouth is one year old. What a year we have had and thank you to everyone for helping make it a success.

In 2019 we achieved amazing things: Planted 300 trees, restored Phear Park pond, delivered 12 new events for over 900 people. planted 200 wildflower plugs and worked with over 60 people on volunteering tasks. 

2020 will be full of more opportunities to get outdoors and help our urban wildlife in Exmouth. Read on for all the details.

We are excited to tell you that we have teamed up with National Trust and Point in View Chapel to plant two new orchards in North West Exmouth. Join us on Sunday 2nd February from 10am to help get the new trees in the ground. See details above or go to the event webpage

Conservation Volunteer Days are back!

Our volunteer days start back this week and will be running on alternate weeks until Easter. 10.30 till 3.30pm. Stay for as long as you wish, all tools and refreshments provided. 

Thursday 23 January. Phear park pond work. 
Thursday 6th February. Orchard planting at Carters Avenue park.

For all the latest dates please go to our facebook page 

We will no longer be sending all subscribers our volunteering information. If you are not a registered volunteer but would like to continue to receive details of volunteering opportunities, please sign up to our volunteer newsletter, here.

New Events for 2020

This year we have planned ten events to inspire you to get outdoors. This will include bird box building, bat walks, woodland adventure days, bug hunts, mud walks and rockpool rambles. The events will be advertised in the 2020 Wild East Devon events guide out in March. 

The next event will be Nest Box building on Wednesday 19th February at Phear Park. 10am to 2pm. £5 per box. For information and to book click here
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