Local Volunteer Will Walker-Smith awarded Mayor's Green Recognition Award for dedication to the Brentor Commons

Congratulations to Will Walker-Smith who has been recognised for his tireless work for the Brentor Commons. Will has put in much hard work over the years to maintain and increase the biodiversity of the Commons and to protect and preserve these special places. The award is a well deserved thank you from the Mayor for all that he has done. The full story can be read here on the West Devon Council website.


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