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Ruby Country gets down to Business
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 6, 2010: The Ruby Country Partnership, representing the area between Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor, including Holsworthy and Hatherleigh, is holding an Open Day and Networking Event on Thursday 22 April 2010 at Cookworthy Forest Centre. The partnership was formed to promote trade and tourism in the area and has been formed to take the old Ruby Country project forward. The Cookworthy Forest Centre is home to Forest Enterprise and Devon Wildlife Trust, but also has superb offices for rent, including hot-desking facilities, a meeting room, outside events spaces and a display area. The Open Day offers the chance to have a look. The evening networking event will run on a drop-in basis from 6pm to 10pm and will include various business opportunities such as leaflet and business card exchange, demos of opportunities to promote your business on the Ruby Country website, news of The Ruby Way, The Pegasus Way and the Devon Wildlife Trust Wetland Projects and other membership benefits. Refreshments provided. The Centre is on the A3079 between Dunsland Cross and Halwill Junction.



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