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Forum #6 – Questions & Answers


We are delighted to share the responses to the questions that were submitted during the sixth Connecting the Culm forum. The event focused on the topic of nature recovery on the Culm and you

Forum #6 – Questions & Answers2024-03-28T07:43:39+00:00

Forum #6 – Nature Recovery on the Culm


T he sixth Connecting the Culm Forum, hosted by the excellent folk at Cullompton Community Centre, saw nearly 100 people gather for a fascinating evening focusing on nature recovery on the Culm. The

Forum #6 – Nature Recovery on the Culm2024-03-28T07:51:13+00:00

Story pilgrimage along the Culm


We are delighted to share with you Clare Viner's account of her second Story Pilgrimage. A walk she undertook in the autumn of 2023 from Exeter to Stoke Canon and then along the length

Story pilgrimage along the Culm2024-03-01T10:59:24+00:00

The River Culm at Killerton – one year on


Tim Dafforn, Countryside Manager for the National Trust at Killerton, describes the changes in wildlife seen on the Culm floodplain at Coumbjohn since the Trust lifted grazing pressure and undertook some earthworks to improve

The River Culm at Killerton – one year on2024-02-25T16:56:13+00:00

Romans by the River Culm


Have you ever wondered what the River Culm at Cullompton looked like almost 2000 years ago? A captivating reconstruction drawing offers us an insight into how the River Culm may have

Romans by the River Culm2024-01-23T18:11:22+00:00

Saving Devon’s Native Crayfish


The River Culm is home to the white-clawed crayfish, the UK’s only indigenous freshwater crayfish. Sadly, the white-clawed crayfish has seen a decline of over 70% in the South West in the last 50

Saving Devon’s Native Crayfish2023-11-28T09:13:47+00:00

How is the River Culm performing?


A summary of our research and the outcomes of consultation – June 2020 – June 2021 Over the past year we’ve been researching, exploring, discussing and consulting with multiple agencies, organisations and individuals across

How is the River Culm performing?2023-05-04T20:13:02+00:00
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