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Honiton cat volunteers celebrate farm free of feral kittens

A group of cat volunteers are celebrating the successful homing of the final group of kittens from a farm near Honiton.

Cats Protection’s Honiton Branch had a busy year, rehoming more than 40 cats during 2021 and neutering 163 cats by October. However, it has been the most recent humane trapping of a pregnant female cat at a farm outside Monkton that has been cause for most...

New film installations to launch in Honiton and Exmouth

This January, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) presents two immersive film installations by international artist Mikhail Karikis.

Children of Unquiet, 2014 and SeaWomen, 2012 share the experience of two very different communities: fisherwomen from the 'haenyeo' community on Jeju island, Korea, and children brought up by the geothermal powerplant in Devil’s Valley, Tuscany.

Both...

What goes on at COP?

Thelma Hulbert Gallery's new photographic exhibition will provide a fascinating insight into the world of COP.

What goes on at a COP - the annual gathering of nearly 200 nations plus a myriad of non-governmental officials, scientists and journalists who are passionate about combating climate change and protecting planet Earth?

The official title of the COP is ‘Conference of...

Freemasons donate £1,000 to Hospiscare’s Kings House in Honiton

This year as part of the freemasons annual support of hospices throughout the country Craig Cox can be seen presenting a certificate denoting the £1000 given on behalf of the Freemasons of Devonshire and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) to Carey Mackenzie & Rachel Willmott at Hospiscare’s Kings House Day Hospice in Honiton.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation each year give...

Freemasons donate £1,000 to Hospiscare’s Kings House in Honiton

This year as part of the freemasons annual support of hospices throughout the country Craig Cox can be seen presenting a certificate denoting the £1000 given on behalf of the Freemasons of Devonshire and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) to Carey Mackenzie & Rachel Willmott at Hospiscare’s Kings House Day Hospice in Honiton.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation each year give...

THG shortlisted in prestigious Museum + Heritage Awards

THG shortlisted in prestigious Museum + Heritage Awards

Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) announces that their Creative Cabin project has been shortlisted in the 2021 Museum + Heritage Awards

The annual Museums + Heritage Awards recognise projects of excellence, innovation and ground-breaking initiatives from galleries and visitor attractions across the UK and overseas.

The 2021 Museum + Heritage Awards placed THG's innovative...

Let’s talk about Climate: an explosion of art across East Devon this summer

In the year that the UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, THG and East Devon District Council launch Climate Conversations: a multi-site programme of exhibitions, events and activities

For the first time, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) will present an exhibition across two towns - Honiton and Exmouth.

The arts can raise...

Hollie wins £50 to spend in favourite local shop

Local estate agent, Roger Hemming, was thrilled to present the winner of a social media campaign with money to spend in The Little Shop of Seasons last week.

Back in November, Honiton resident, Hollie Broom, commented on a post promoting local high street shops and was randomly selected to win the prize, which she can finally spend now the shops are open.

The ‘Love your High...

Warning issued over buying puppies after Honiton couple receive life-time dog owning ban

A couple from the Honiton area have recently been banned from selling puppies and handed a life-time ban on owning dogs, prompting council warnings on buying puppies.

East Devon District Council (EDDC) has recently had a flurry of enquiries regarding the buying and selling puppies as well as complaints of alleged unlicensed breeders during lockdown.

The authority has been...

Thelma Hulbert Gallery, film, installation, art

New film installation to open at THG

This January, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) will dedicate their main gallery space to a film by acclaimed Greek-British artist Mikhail Karikis.

‘Mikhail Karikis - Children of Unquiet (2013-14)’ was created with a group of forty-five children living in Devil’s Valley in Tuscany, a volcanic landscape and home to the world’s first geothermal power station. The area has recently become...

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