As lockdown restrictions are eased, the importance of having access to open spaces has never been more apparent, and now a unique photography project is aiming to tap into people’s new or long-held associations with the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths.
A ceremony has been held to mark the 80th anniversary of the opening of an RAF observation post on the East Devon coast, which played a major role in World War Two weapons testing and training.
As coronavirus changes life as we know it, residents in the East Devon village of Beer have been proving how their unbreakable community spirit is helping them to cope with the crisis.
Clinton Devon Estates has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Ben Rudkin as Chief of Staff and Sam Briant-Evans as Farms Manager of the Clinton Devon Farms Partnership.
Lord Clinton has unveiled a plaque to mark 100 years since the formation of the Forestry Commission, in the same North Devon woodland his great grandfather planted the first Forestry Commission tree in 1919.
Men whose names are inscribed on a memorial cross in Otterton are again being honoured as each has his name on one of 16 new timber memorial waymarkers being put in place across the parish.
Clinton Dairy has set up a 24/7 milk vending machine at Otterton Mill visitor centre, less than 2km away, in an effort to reduce food miles, waste, and connect the farm with the local community.
A Devon landowner has praised a husband and wife for their dedication as River Otter bird wardens for almost 30 years and the role they’ve played in reviving a rare species of bird.
Volunteers from across East Devon have joined forces to plant a hedge to create a natural “bat corridor” to help boost populations of rare bats near Beer.
Devon horse riders have joined forces with conservationists to encourage fellow equestrians to be more aware of nature, wildlife and people when they visit one of Britain’s rare, protected lowland heathlands near Exeter.
In little over three years, Exmouth’s Liverton Solar Park has generated a massive 20 million kilowatt hours of electricity – enough energy for 1,522 years of television.
An Exeter University research project exploring the links between environment and health and wellbeing has revealed that the economic value of the Heaths…
Restoration work is about to begin at a 2,500-year-old Iron Age hill fort in East Devon.
Clinton Devon Estates have been working with the Devon Mammal Group to train volunteers to survey for harvest mice.
A major Devon landowner has been presented with the prestigious Client of the Year Award at this year’s Landscape Institute Awards, at a ceremony hosted by bestselling author Bill Bryson.
Exmouth’s Liverton Solar Park is producing enough electricity to power more than 1,200 homes.
Tenders are being invited from entrepreneurial farmers interested in a once-in-a-generation opportunity to become a tenant farmer on the spectacular East Devon Jurassic Coast.
Clinton Devon Estates has appointed Kim Strawbridge as Site Manager of the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths (EDPH)