Cake cut in Honiton to mark 10th anniversary of Jurassic Coast

PUBLISHED: 15:30 16 December 2011

Vernon Whitlock, Mayor of Honiton, is joined by volunteers at Allhallows Museum as he cuts a cake to mark the 10th anniversary of the Jurassic Coast's World Heritage Site designation.

Vernon Whitlock, Mayor of Honiton, is joined by volunteers at Allhallows Museum as he cuts a cake to mark the 10th anniversary of the Jurassic Coast's World Heritage Site designation.

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Well, it is on the doorstep...

It is ranked alongside the likes of the Grand Canyon and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef - and it is on Honiton’s doorstep.

In the 10 years since the Jurassic Coast was designated a World Heritage Site, the benefits have been huge.

More visitors have been attracted to East Devon as a result - and the 10th anniversary of the designation has been marked at Allhallows Museum.

Councillor Vernon Whitlock and museum volunteers cut a special birthday cake to celebrate the milestone.


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