Exeter EX5 4NJ
About this Event
• How will climate change affect flooding and drought in the Culm valley?
• How can we work with nature to help create a better future for the River?
Blackdown Hills AONB has built an interactive computer model to explore these questions. Now they are holding a series of community workshops to share the findings and add people’s local knowledge of the River Culm to the model.
The workshops are free and open to all. Come along to share your ideas, find out more about the Connecting the Culm project and how you could get involved.
Refreshments will be available. You can drop in at any time, and interactive sessions will run throughout the event so don’t worry if you can’t make it for the start time. We will be at the event too so you can find out more about our charity and our work to restore and protect the region’s watercourses.
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.
We hope to see you there: Monday 16 March 6:30pm at Bradninch Guildhall.
If you can’t make this one, please come along to similar events at Kentisbeare Village Hall (5.30-7.30pm, Tuesday 17 March) or Hemyock Village Hall (drop in for a chat from 4pm, or come to a workshop starting 6.30pm, Wednesday 18 March).
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Let us know what you think – you could win a prize
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.
You can also get the chance to win two free tickets to visit Coldharbour Mill. Complete our online survey at: