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Seals united at Living Coasts
Seals united at Living Coasts
It’s all happy families for the seals at Living Coasts. The extended family of South American fur seals is together for the first time in over six months. Up to now, the latest pup to be born at Torquay’s coastal zoo, Tamar, has been too small to be with the others.
Dartmoor Zoo, the family attraction on the fringes of Dartmoor National Park – renowned for its international conservation and education programmes – has played host to representatives from the UK’s leading zoos at a special Working Group to develop new ‘gold-standard’ health and safety guidance for zoos and wildlife parks across the UK.
Chiefs side to face Harlequins
Chiefs side to face Harlequins
Exeter Chiefs Director of Rugby Rob Baxter says his side will need to make the most of home advantage during a crucial block of Aviva Premiership fixtures over the next month.
All Cornwall’s beaches have made the grade against tough bathing water quality standards, according to figures published by the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs today - And it’s good news in Devon as well, where 95% of beaches have passed.
Exeter-based Lightfoot, the award-winning, government-supported in-vehicle driver improvement technology, is celebrating having been shortlisted for the prestigious 2017 Design in Innovation Awards, held at Innovate 2017, the UK’s leading innovation show.
Twelfth Night (Or What You Will) by William Shakespeare- Warm yourself up this winter and enjoy this festive take on Shakespeare’s most delightful and thought-provoking comedy.
Let’s imagine for a moment that we, Children’s Hospice South West, gave you a £50 note - We then started the clock and gave you three months to make it grow, and raise as much as you could for us - Could you do it? How would you do it?
Mid Devon District Council is making it easier for residents to recycle unwanted textiles and help a good cause - It has recently installed two more textile banks in the district, with more banks planned to be sited early next year.
Community groups are being reminded that funds are available to help kick-start projects that benefit local people - Funding helped pay to properly reconnect the marshy Exe Valley Way between Brampford Speke and Upton Pyne
South West Water is the first water company in the UK to appoint a dedicated Invasive Non Native Species Ecologist - Kate Hills, who has worked for the company as an ecologist and environmental planner since 2008 but has had a long interest in invasive species, took up her new post this month.
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