31 May 2018
Nineteen members of the Devonshire Association – an organisation dedicated to the study and exchange of information and ideas with the people of Devon on all matters concerning the county – today paid a visit to Cornerstone’s almhouses at Mount Dinham, Exeter, to see how renovation works were progressing.
After a brief talk from Cornerstone’s Chief Executive, Rick Williams, covering the rich history of the site and Cornerstone’s involvement, members enjoyed a guided tour from the site managers. The tour encompassed the full scope of works being undertaken on the site, beginning at a cottage in the early stages of renovation works and finishing with an example of one of the fully renovated cottages.
Photo: Cornerstone’s Chief Exectutive, Rick Williams, pictured with members of the Devonshire Association.
Cornerstone would like to thank all those who attended today for sharing their interest and enthusiasm about the Mount Dinham project.
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