Plans to create a Centre for Education, Environment and the Arts in Hartland are moving ahead swiftly. The builders have been working for months on the renovations and improvements needed to build a centre that will reflect our commitment to living lightly on the Earth and provide a creative space for nurturing innovative ideas with a global impact.

We are working alongside key partners, including The Koa Tree Project based in Welcombe, and Beaford, which works with artists and communities in North Devon to find extraordinary ways to explore our ...


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