Exmoor Awareness – events for tourism providers


Exmoor Awareness 2013

28 February, 15 March, 26 March 2013

See event details for times and venues

Three one-day courses for
Tourism Providers

Join us for the 10th series of Exmoor Awareness to learn more about the unique qualities of the National Park in order to develop your business.

  • Discover more about Exmoor’s special qualities
  • Explore Exmoor first hand with expert guides
  • Deepen your visitors’ experience of Exmoor
  • Promote your business with the area to keep one step ahead.

Download full details and a booking form here
(TIP: Only page 2 needs printing for bookings)

If you have any queries or require further information please contact Dan James, Sustainable Economy Officer on 01398 322234.

Thursday 28 February 2013

Moor Outdoor Fun

Dunster Tithe BarnLearn about some of the new, exciting opportunities available to all in the great outdoors. New activities such as Geo Caching, Story Walks, Bush Crafts, Orienteering and Edible Walks can enhance outdoor experiences – even those who wouldn’t normally want to go for a walk. The morning will involve learning about such opportunities before putting them into practice around Nutcombe Bottom and England’s tallest tree in the afternoon.

Friday 15 March 2013

A Living Landscape

Dulverton Town Hall This varied session will provide an opportunity to hear from specialists working on a range of conservation and enhancement projects. Delegates will hear about the work of the Two Moors Threatened Butterfly Project, take a look at how Wimbleball reservoir has changed the landscape, learn more about Exmoor’s moorlands and hear how we can better value our natural environment. There will also be an opportunity to preview some exciting new exhibitions at the Dulverton Heritage Centre. After lunch there will be a chance to explore Haddon Hill putting the morning’s theory into context.

Tuesday 26 March 2013

Moorland Heritage and WWII Connections

Minehead Methodist ChurchIn the morning we’ll discuss the heritage of Exmoor and our moorland areas and how Exmoor was used to train the military in the Second World War. After lunch we will take a fascinating tour of North Hill, its tank grounds, radar station and moorland areas.

About Programme Manager

Helping people to enjoy and appreciate Exmoor National Park's moorland, and supporting those who take care of it.
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