Roots for Routes in Pinhoe

When East Devon District Council approached us about their series of history and wildlife events in Pinhoe last year, we were delighted to support their programme.

Working with the team at Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Honiton and artist Emma Molony, their fantastic programme included talks about the history of Poltimore House, the Veitch family of plant hunters and their connections to Killerton, sound walks with musician Emma Welton, and an eye-opening wildlife walk along the lanes which connect Pinhoe to the new estates along Langaton Lane.

Moth Trap by Pinhoe Community Field, July 2022 / Routes for Roots

Thanks to some impressive lepidoptery by Simon Bates, here are some of moths identified on the summer morning wildlife walk along Langaton Lane >

Artist and film maker Léonie Harding made this extraordinary film about Pinhoe as an audio-visual exploration of our rapidly changing landscape > Continuous and All Around Us