Easter Saturday 2022 Restronguet Creek Art Exhibition ‘Source - Two Rivers, One Creek’

The ‘Source’ exhibition, cancelled from last year due to the pandemic, will be held at Devoran Village Hall on Easter Saturday, 16th April, 2022.

Eight local artists got together in the summer of 2019 to explore the idea of creating an artistic interpretation of Restronguet Creek and its two rivers; the Carnon river and the Kennall.

In its day this was a scene of heavy industry with mines, mills, water and steam power, shipping and a railway. Now it is a World Heritage Site with the beauty of the landscape recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The artists - representing painting, printmaking, ceramics and photography - have divided the creek into forty Ordnance Survey grid squares with each artist taking five squares to provide a unique interpretation of Restronguet Creek.

Project Storm - Marine Crime Prevention

Marine Security

Marine SecuritySecured By Design (SBD) is the official police security initiative that is owned by the UK Police Service with the specific aim to reduce crime and help people live more safely.

The team have launched Project STORM which aims to provide boat owners and anyone frequenting marinas or coastal environments with advice on how to protect against crime and what to look out for.

For more information on project STORM, please visit their website here Project STORM or see the attached leaflet.

More crime prevention advice can be found on the Devon and Cornwall Police website.

28 June 2021 - blue Oyster punt found

A blue Oyster punt, about 15 ft long, has drifted from the Devoran/Penpol direction on to Restronguet Quay. Thanks to kind Boatwatch members it has been secured and is now in the Crownick Woods yacht basin, also known as Restronguet yacht basin.

If it is yours, please get in touch with Boatwatch on 07801 903358.

"SOURCE” EXHIBITION CANCELLED

The organisers of the forthcoming “Source. Two Rivers, One Creek” exhibition have, with regret, had to cancel the event which was due to be taking place in Devoran Village Hall on 16th/17th October.  

16 April 2021 - NEWS FLASH - KAYAK MISSING FROM DEVORAN QUAY

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Has anyone seen this sit-on Ocean Kayak which is missing from Devoran Quay?  It is predominantly yellow/orange in colour merging into red.

If you think you may have seen it or you have seen someone take it please contact Boatwatch by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mobile: 07801 903358.

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