Walking along the banks of the River Culm this summer was beautiful. Tall stands of purple loosestrife, carpets of water forget-me-not and reed canary-grass swaying and rustling in the breeze. But these outings weren’t purely
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Where is the folklore for the River Culm? It certainly doesn’t jump into my hand. Researching in the libraries this week, so many people stepping forward to help me. The librarian at Exeter Central
This week I’ve been exploring the mouth of the River Culm, the place where the river meets with the Exe before finally making her way down to the sea. For years I’ve driven through
This week I’m reflecting on what I’ve learnt about the Culm so far. After speaking to Archaeologist, Antony Firth and Geomorphologist, Julian Payne - I realised that there is a theme that they both
Throughout June and July we have had the wonderful opportunity to work with five schools and over 300 pupils along the length of the River Culm. We started with Churchstanton Primary School at the
It’s been a busy week exploring the Culm in search of stories. In my head I’ve been wandering around ancient lost cities. There are rumours that there
The Beginning Hello, I’m Clare. I’m setting off this week on a journey to discover and weave stories about the River Culm. The preparation began a few weeks ago with some webinars made
May and June were busy months, we've been continuing to co-create a Vision & initiate an action plan with amazing people! Three fantastic catchment visualisation workshops took everyone time travelling to the future to imagine
Visualising the River Culm, its tributaries and the wider catchment has been something the CtC project has strived to do since day one. Here we've gathered together some of the artwork and illustrations that