The not-for-profit scheme will provide training and changing facilities alongside an outdoor events space and eateries, and is intended to enhance Exmouth’s waterfront, water sports heritage and leisure amenities. Offering immediate beach access for all, the venue is expected to provide services throughout the year.
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27th March 2019: Local artist to create art installation at Exmouth Watersports Centre celebrating sustainability and nature
– pupils from five local schools will be supporting –
Anna Fitzgerald of Seadog Art is a local artist living and working in Exmouth, and more recently at Powderham Castle, who celebrates nature and wildlife through her unique and vibrant paintings.
Creating hundreds of paintings at any one time, Anna has recently been working closely with local schools to produce some larger than life paintings for the Exmouth Watersports Centre.
With construction due to start on site from June 2019, Grenadier, the project developer, are keen to retain the beauty of the area throughout the build process by working with the local artist and schools to design the hoarding.
Anna Fitzgerald has been working closely with five local schools including; St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Littleham C of E Primary School, and Exmouth Community School to produce striking images of local wildlife, in particular birds, the local environment, and to showcase the wide range of activities on offer to visitors to the centre once it opens.