Top picture from today’s event

Moorland - the Heart of Exmoor
Today the Heart of Exmoor teamwork approach to events went down very well with disabled people from around Devon and Somerset. We brought together a range of organisations, who invited country-goers with disabilities to try out the locations of Haddon Hill and Wimbleball Lake, also to sample a variety of activities and workshops.

We’ll write more about that soon..!

Photo workshop – best picture

One of the activities was an outdoor photography workshop, run by Tom Frost and Jason Ball. Best picture of the day was a portrait of a Long-Eared Owl, by Philip Millington. Here’s a small version…

The owl came along with Chris Sperring MBE from the Hawk and Owl Trust!

Philip won a copy of An Exmoor Panorama by Peter Hendrie. What makes this beautiful bird shot rather unusual is that Philip has lost most of his vision.

Well done everyone who took part today. We would love those of you who took part in the photography workshop to send your favourite moorland pictures to the North Devon Heritage Photographic Competition.

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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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