Still hope for Jurassic visitor centre

PUBLISHED: 13:59 10 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:59 15 June 2010

PLANS for the Visitor Centre in Seaton are still expected to go ahead, despite a recent withdrawal of funding.

PLANS for the Visitor Centre in Seaton are still expected to go ahead, despite a recent withdrawal of funding.The South West Regional Development Agency announced it would no longer be contributing £1.25 million towards the project due to the current economic climate and the need to prioritise its budget.But the East Devon Visitor Centre's project manager Tracey Guiry is focusing on other funding opportunities and is said to be confident that the project will be delivered.Devon County Council has pledged £500,000 to the centre and East Devon District Council has been using its land assets, as well as trying to attract financial aid from the private sector.


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