Category: Totnes Town

Campaigners step up pressure on Dartington Hall Trust

14th January 2020 Campaigners from the “Save Dartington” and “Don’t Bury Dartington Under Concrete” have increased pressure on Trustees of the internationally-renowned but beleaguered Dartington Hall Trust this week.Campaigners are seeking to prevent the Trust from selling off 8.7 hectares of land for housing because of the serious impacts that the air pollution and congestion…

Urgent call for help! Totnes Waterwheel…

Totnes Town Mill Waterwheel Restoration Project. 13th January 2020 A restoration grant is being sought by the charity, Totnes Trust, for repairs to the Water Wheel that is part of an historic and important 16th century, Grade II Listed industrial building known as Town Mill, Coronation Road, Totnes.  The property is now in the ownership…

The Bright Lights

Totnes is no stranger to a good lantern festival… …but this one is planning to be slightly different. The focus is specifically on the crisis we now face regarding the alarming awareness of species extinction. Steve Nayar is a local artist who has dedicated his work to highlight endangered species and works closely with WWF…

The Power of Making

 15th October 2019 The Art of Three will be exhibiting paintings, mixed media works, sculptures and a large-scale paper installation at the forthcoming exhibition; ‘The Power of Making’ opening at The Gallery at the Ariel Centre, King Edward VI Community College, Totnes, in November   A collaboration of three Devon-based artists; Melanie O’Hanlon, Sue Rossiter…

Young, gifted and learning disabled. 

Fifty young people are coming together to make an inclusive arts festival this half term. The festival called Ordinary Extraordinary is for disabled and non-disabled young people and their families and is taking place between 24th and 26th October at Dartington Hall. The festival is bringing the community together to talk about loneliness, well-being and…

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