Our photo shows pupils from Exeter School exploring the mud of the estuary

Countryside mud walk event along the Exe

Dig out your wellies for a fact-finding mud walk along the Exe Estuary led by East Devon District Council’s Countryside Rangers on Saturday June 20.

You’ll discover all about the creatures that make their homes in and on the mud and, what’s more, the event is free and open to all.

Education Ranger Penny Evans said:

We will be searching for shells, digging for worms and fishing in the creek to see what we can find there – it’s great fun for all ages. 

Wear wellies or old shoes that you don’t mind getting wet, and suitable outdoor clothing.

There’s no need to book and you should meet up for the event at 1.30pm  opposite the toilets at Imperial Road Rec in Exmouth. This is a free event, but donations are welcome, and will help the Countryside team fund future events.

For more information contact 01395 517557 or email countryside@eastdevon.gov.uk. Please note that this event is subject to suitable weather conditions – please check the website countryside events page for up to date information.