25th July 2016
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With the North Devon Coast AONB forming a vast part of North Devon, it plays a vital part protecting and conserving our beautiful and diverse coastal landscapes between the Hartland Peninsula and the edge of Exmoor.  The competition is an opportunity for local people and visitors to capture the special nature of the area on video.

The organisers are hoping to see films about plants and animals, habitats, landscapes, conservation and just getting out and enjoying the beautiful coast and countryside.  The competition is open to all ages - families, schools, young film makers and adults - with exciting prizes for the winning film makers in each category.

The Wild Shorts film making competition is open for entries until Wednesday 30 November 2016 and competition terms and conditions and details on how to enter are on the NDMI website at:

To add a helping hand, NDMI will be running a limited number of film-making workshops for schools, families and community groups. 

The first event will be for families and will take place at the Braunton Countryside Centre on Sunday 31 July 2016.  

Additionally, there will be some informal 'cafe style' events where people can drop in and get advice on film making techniques and equipment and details of these will be released soon. 

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