Seaton Tourist Information Centre opens for exhibition

PUBLISHED: 11:05 29 May 2010 | UPDATED: 01:16 16 June 2010

A TEMPORY exhibition on wildlife in and around Seaton will be held at the Tourist Information Centre this summer.

A TEMPORY exhibition on wildlife in and around Seaton will be held at the Tourist Information Centre this summer.

East Devon District Council's Countryside Service is helping to make use of the building with an exhibition called 'Celebrating Seaton's Biodiversity.'

The event, which coincides with the International Year of Biodiversity and is funded by an environmental education grant, will open on Thursday, June 3, and run until September - or until building works begin.

People will be able to see birds, animals, insects and plants which inhabit the area.

The Countryside Service is calling on people interested in volunteering to get in touch. For more information, call 01395 517 557 or email

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