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A Passion for Colour – Fiona Green Serving the Community Through Her Art

Brighten Up Your Week! Totnes artist Fiona Green has a new free-to-view exhibition on that's accurately called 'A Passion for Colour'. Adelaide Daws visited her to get the lowdown for the Pulse. Visit the exhibition in one of 2 central Totnes locations from the 14th to 26th October for a welcome ...
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A Climate Change Response Centre for Totnes?

A local group of people inspired by the Climate Emergency Centre network  are in the process of establishing a Climate Change Response Centre in the middle of Totnes. It will be a place that hopes to inspire, educate & enable the community to respond effectively, intelligently & creatively to climate ...
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Contemporary painter Kath Hadden to help Devon CPRE find ‘Best Young Landscape Artist’ 2021

Exeter-based landscape artist Kath Hadden will be giving Devon CPRE the benefit of her expertise this autumn to help find the county’s most talented young landscape artists. Devon CPRE, the local branch of the countryside charity, recently launched a new competition to find Devon's Best Young Landscape Artist 2021 Budding ...
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XR21 Present Southwest’s First Immersive Arts Symposium

 XR experts share their knowledge and work in Europe’s first Immersive Dome in Market Hall, Plymouth, UK XR21 present their first Immersive Arts Symposium in partnership with Real Ideas, Plymouth University, Plymouth Arts, Plymouth City College and Falmouth University. The Symposium is aimed at producers, filmmakers, gamers, VR and installation ...
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“How Starmer is Strangling Democracy in the Labour Party”

Whatever Happened To ... ... the mass movement Labour Party that from 2015 exploded into life tripling membership and winning the votes of 2/3 of those under 40 to get behind the Green Revolution, Wealth-Sharing and Pro-Peace policies that Jeremy Corbyn brought to the fore? ... huge crowds of fired-up ...
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