Brendon Commoners discover hidden heritage

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I had a fascinating time today out on Brendon Common with the Brendon Commoners’ Association and Rob Wilson-North, who is the Historic Environment Manager at Exmoor National Park

The moorland of Exmoor is an amazing living archive of human interaction with the land. The landscape features – some hidden and others not so hidden  – can be ‘read’ by experts like Rob. Look out for moorland walks and events open to the general visitor.

Special thanks to Jeremy Holtom for organising the event, and my compliments to the Stag Hunters Hotel in Brendon, who hosted and catered for the event. This was one of our moorland manager events… funded by HLF and LEADER money.

If you are an Exmoor moorland farmer we would welcome your suggestions for events that will help promote good moorland management, and help explore issues that are important to you. Please get in touch – I’d like to hear your ideas.

Jason Ball
Scheme Manager
Tel: 01398 322164

 

The Exmoor Moorland Landscape Partnership Scheme is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and our local partners and funders.
Part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development 2007-2013: Europe investing in rural areas.
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Helping people to enjoy and appreciate Exmoor National Park's moorland, and supporting those who take care of it.
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