Updated 23 Sep:

We have suspended moderate and above risk activities to ensure no avoidable call on our amazing emergency services, which means inconveniences such as temporary closures to some permissive paths may be in effect.

  • Our ten nature reserves remain open. Residents of East Devon can still use the green, open spaces while observing recommended social distancing measures. We ask all visitors to our reserves to take extra care when making contact with surfaces such as gates and leaflet racks.
  • Our events are back with an adapted programme. Visit our event pages here for up-to-date listings.
  • We have brought some of our volunteering roles back for small group, practical sessions. We have limited spaces for our volunteers so we have currently paused recruitment for new volunteers.
  • Four of the Bird Hides at Seaton Wetlands have been re-opened and are now available to use under new rules such as reduced seating, removed windows and a time limit.
  • The Discovery Hut and toilets at Seaton Wetlands have closed until further notice.

These measures will be under constant review by the team and any change will be communicated to all involved as the situation develops.

Thank you for your support of the team up to now, please stay safe and await further updates from us with regards to each aspect of Wild East Devon.

The Wild East Devon Team

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