Exmoor’s Moorland Archaeology: the last 10,000 years

Thursday 26th May 2011

 10.30am-4.30pm

This moorland walk, with a National Park archaeologist, will seek out the archaeology of Exmoor’s moorlands from prehistoric times to the 19th century. We will explore the complex past of the moorlands and, amongst other things, look at how the ideas and influences behind ‘reclamation’ shaped the landscape we see today.

Meet at Brendon Two Gates SS7652 4322. 10.30am 4.30pm

This is a 6km walk over rough moorland. Please bring appropriate clothing and footwear and a packed lunch.

This is an Exmoor National Park Authority Event, if you would like any further information please call our National Park Centre in Dulverton on 01398 323841

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