The Spring edition of the Exe Press is now available.
Would you like to volunteer to help keep the Exe Estuary safe and enjoyable for all watersports users? If so, we have volunteering opportunities available with our friendly Harbour Patrol Team assisting on our two dedicated vessels on the Exe … Continue reading
Exe Estuary Virtual Winter Forum ‘Coastal Change’ Tuesday 2nd February 2021, 19:00 – 20:30 via Zoom Due to COVID-19 and lockdown 3.0 the EEMP will once again be hosting the Forum Virtually. The evening will focus on coastal change with … Continue reading
Exe Estuary Winter Forum goes virtual 2nd February 2021, 19:00 – 20:30 via Zoom Due to COVID-19 and lockdown 3.0 the EEMP are hosting the Winter Forum Virtually. The evening will consist of talks and presentations on topical issues, … Continue reading
Please see the following statement form the Harbour Master: Coronavirus Lockdown 4 January 2021 On Monday 4 January, the Prime Minister announced a new national lockdown to counter the steep rise in coronavirus (Covid-19) infections in England. The new restrictions … Continue reading
Construction of the Exmouth Tidal Defence Scheme to recommence in January Exmouth moves a step closer to increased protection from tidal flooding as construction of the £12m scheme restarts. • The Environment Agency scheme will reduce flood risk … Continue reading
Due to storm damage and erosion over the last year along the narrow neck section along Dawlish Warren spit, sections of the dune path have been lost. The most recent storm has resulted in such severe erosion to the dunes … Continue reading
Help ‘Tidelines’ gather your thoughts, experiences, ideas and questions on the Exe Estuary. You can get your FREE ‘Exe Estuary Box‘ and find out more about the project by visiting the Tidelines website.
Defra confirmed yesterday (Wednesday 11 November) that the black swans, including five cygnets that died in Dawlish earlier this week were found to be infected with a strain of avian flu. On Monday this week (9 November) the death of … Continue reading
Exeter Port Authority Coronavirus Second Lockdown 5 November – 2 December 2020 We are still waiting for confirmation from the Government regarding the new lockdown rules. Below is our current interpretation of the rules, and this is likely to alter … Continue reading