This design was inspired by the architecture of buildings in Exeter. I decided to use this idea because it is a prominent part in Exeter’s history and I wanted to show how far architecture has progressed and what Exeter has to offer any visitor.

Doggy Do’s and Don’ts

Just like us, dogs can become unwell. You know your dog best, keep an eye on them for any changes.

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Cavanna Homes

Cavanna Homes has been building beautiful new homes across the South West since 1923 and strive to provide homes that will be a solid foundation for families for years to come.  

When buying a Cavanna home, you are buying from a company with nearly 100 years of experience, so you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a property built with years of expertise, backed up with excellent customer support and advice.  

Cavanna Homes is currently building in stunning locations across the Westcountry, including Hemyock near Cullompton, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Tavistock, Holsworthy and Bude.  

For more information, head over to their website or call one of the team on 01803 618688.  

Karen Croker, Development Manager at Cavanna Homes said: “We’re very excited to be taking part in the Paws Around Exeter Art Trail this year to help raise vital funds to support the fantastic work of Ferne Animal Sanctuary and to promote Exeter as a dog-friendly city.  

“We’ve had a sneak peek at the design sketches for our Cavanna Homes sponsored sculpture and we can’t wait to see it as part of the trail in Exeter this summer.” 



Nina Yeandle

Nina Yeandle is a student at Exeter College currently studying the UAL Award and Diploma in Art & Design.