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Exmouth Festival - 2023
Your views on the arts locally
Call to Exmouth residents to help rejuvenate seafront
An art gallery is encouraging Exmouth residents to join a new project which hopes to rejuvenate a section of the Exmouth seafront. The Abode of Love is a 342-foot long, flood defence in Exmouth and is a popular area for residents and tourists. The Thelma Hulbert Gallery alongside Exmouth artist Anna Fitzgerald, will be creating a ‘To be continued...’ commission at the Abode of Love and wants to hear the opinions from local artists and creatives on what the future of the area should look like.
To continue reading about this, please go to the article in the Exmouth Journal at https://www.exmouthjournal.co.uk/news/abode-of-love-seafront-rejuvination-1-6736164
Arts by the sea? Plans for the Queen's Drive development
Hemingway Design with EDDC held two open events on 13 & 14 November 2019 about proposals for the development of Phase 3 of the Exmouth Queen's Drive area on the seafront. What was being proposed was set out on display boards, and these are at:
The results of the Hemingway survey of residents and visitors are at https://www.hemingwaydesign.co.uk/documents/77/Exmouth_Survey_Results_FINAL.pdf, and this shows that there was little support for the building of a hotel on this site. Alternative proposals from local residents include plans for an arts/performance space, an interactive environmental discovery centre (telling the story of our unique coastline and estuary) and an eco hub, plus a café, a gift shop, and much, much more. Here are the links to articles about the alternatives: https://www.devonlive.com/whats-on/alternative-vision-exmouth-seafront-site-3476360?, https://www.exmouthjournal.co.uk/news/alternative-vision-for-exmouth-seafront-1-6344586 and https://exmouth.nub.news/n/exmouth-environmentalists-call-for-the-creation-of-an-eco-hub
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