‘Innovative’ illustration puts Exmouth outdoor areas on the map – and will be sent to every household in town

Residents in Exmouth are to receive a map showcasing the best of the town’s outdoor areas.

The ‘innovative’ item – highlighting trails, cycle paths, parks, nature reserves, play areas and community orchards – will be delivered to every household in the town by Royal Mail by Saturday, April 24.

It has been produced by community nature project Wild Exmouth which has worked with local designer Jo Salter.

The illustrated bird’s-eye map has been created to give an inspiring view of the town and will also be installed in ‘key’ green spaces later in the summer.

Wild Exmouth co-ordinator and countryside team leader Tim Dafforn said: “We’re thrilled to be able to produce this innovative map to help residents to explore the wonderful environment of the town.

“The map includes much-loved areas along with little known gems, highlighting the three valleys of the town and the amazing nature reserves and parks nearby.”

The map produced by Wild Exmouth.

The map produced by Wild Exmouth.

The map can also be downloaded here.

The Wild Exmouth project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the town council, East Devon District Council and the Devon County Council Locality Fund.

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