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Facelift for Exe Bridges subway

Exe Bridges subway

Local graffiti artists have given the subway at Exe Bridges in Exeter a colourful facelift.

The project, organised by Devon County Council and Miss*C’s Graffiti Academy, has over recent weekends seen local graffiti artists donating their time for free to revitalise the subways. Find out more about the project on the Devon news centre.

 

Category: Volunteering

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