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New Exhibition Reveals Unparalleled Photographic Archive of James Ravilious and Roger Deakins
HERE: Uncovering North Devon opens at The Burton at Bideford on 4 May and will offer the opportunity for visitors to explore the Beaford Archive - an unparalleled record of North Devon.
A five-year Strategy to Rid northern Devon of Single-use Plastics has been Agreed.
A five-year strategy and action plan to rid northern Devon of single-use plastics has been agreed by members of the Plastic Free North Devon Consortium.
Unparalleled record of North Devon Revealed as Thousands of Photographs by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins are Released.
A huge collection of previously unseen photographs of Devon by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins are now available for public viewing. As part of a project undertaken by Beaford, a charity in North Devon and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, over 80,000 photographs have been digitised and are available to view at beaford.org/archive
Community Trails Success Shows Lasting Impact of Cross-curricular Community Projects in Schools
Over a 2 year period, Beaford worked with eight primary schools and six artists to explore how creative learning can be embedded into different rural settings through a programme combining arts, heritage, environment and community engagement.The project has delivered outcomes far beyond what was expected.
Thousands of Unseen Photographs of Devon by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins to be Revealed
This autumn a huge collection of previously unseen photographs of Devon by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins will be available for public viewing. As part of a project undertaken by Beaford Arts and funded by the National Lottery, over 80,000 photographs have been digitised and will be made available to view online.
North Devon’s Fight Against Plastic Pollution On BBC TV
Yesterday morning North Devon’s actions to combat plastic pollution were broadcast nationally on the BBC Counryfile Diaries. John Craven introduced the feature explaining that there are 51 trillion microscopic pieces of plastic all over the UK and the battle is on to clean up our beaches.