MTMTE Celebration

John from North BoveyOver 150 people joined us to celebrate the successes of the MTMTE scheme over the last 5 years at a special event which took place in Manaton on Friday 5th July. There were presentations from a range of people who have been involved in the scheme from partner organisations to project leaders. One of the common threads that came out of the afternoon was the huge impact we have made on caring for our wild and built and cultural heritage and the impact that it has on all of us who have worked together. Speakers paid tribute to the dedication, patience, enthusiasm and expertise that people had contributed to the projects. To complete the celebration the afternoon ended with a hogroast and a chance to chat to each other. The big question now is what happens next?

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Last update: 11 Jul 2019 10:57am