Haddon Hill: Big Adventure Day! Photos

The Haddon Hill Big Adventure Day on Wednesday 24th July was a great success with over 200 people; including 5 youth and community groups providing and taking part in the fun activities provided.  With activities ranging from orienteering challegnes to an Exmoor Beast hunt; it really was a great day out for all ages.

The next Big Adventure Day is at North Hill, Minehead on Saturday 31st August is not to be missed! See vintage vehicles and living history  displays as we explore the wartime heritage of North Hill and vehicles, plus games, bushcraft and ponies.

Once again, thank you to all of our volunteers and providers for helping to make it a brilliant day for all!

Here is a selection of photos from the day…

Volunteer Anne Rivett meeting and greeting at the Haddon Hill Big Adventure Day

Volunteer Anne Rivett meeting and greeting visitors at the Haddon Hill Big Adventure Day

West Somerset College students proving the catering for the day.

West Somerset Community College students provided the event catering.

Getting boggy with The Mires Project

Getting boggy with the Exmoor Mires Project

Alex Forster from South West Lakes Trust, making pencils at Haddon Hill

Alex Forster from South West Lakes Trust helping to make pencils at Haddon Hill

Patrick Watts-Mabbott from Exmoor National Park helping to make Dormouse boxes

Patrick Watts-Mabbott from Exmoor National Park helping to make Dormouse boxes

Learning how to build a dry stone wall with Russel Liversage

Moor Skills – learning how to build a dry stone wall with Russell Liversidge

Exford Youth Club providing face painting

Exmoor Community Youth Club provided face painting

Meeting Tom the Exmoor Pony and Linzi Green from the Moorland Mousie Trust

Meeting Tom the Exmoor Pony and Linzi Green from the Moorland Mousie Trust

Volunteer Wendy Mills showing children and parents interesting wildlife curiosities from Exmoor.

Volunteer Wendy Mills showing children and parents interesting wildlife curiosities from Exmoor.

Heart of Exmoor's project assistant, Aggz Waywell, introducing children to 'Alan' the corn snake.

Heart of Exmoor’s project assistant, Aggz Waywell, introducing children to ‘Alan’ the corn snake.

Volunteer Leanna Vaughn, introducing children to 'Phoebe' the royal python

Volunteer Leanna Vaughn, introducing children to ‘Phoebe’ the royal python

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