FIRST DEADLINE TODAY – Exmoor Awareness workshops for businesses

The first, Wonderful Woodlands, is scheduled for next Wednesday 15 April. If you are intending to book for this please email DTJames@exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk with the number of places you will be booking by midday TODAY (Friday 9th April).

Download full details of EXMOOR AWARENESS and booking form here!

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Exmoor Awareness 2015
Wednesday 15 & 29 April
Join us for the 12th series of Exmoor Awareness to learn more about the unique qualities of the National Park in order to develop your business.

See below for full course details. Advanced booking is essential on a first come, first served basis. Each seminar costs just £10 per person including talks, field trip lunch and refreshments.
• 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 of EXMOOR AWARENESS and booking form here!

Wednesday 15 April 2015
Wonderful woodlands
10.00-16.00
Exmoor House, Dulverton

Exmoor’s woodlands are a precious resource for people and wildlife. We’ll be considering what is involved in the management of our woodlands resources and learning about some of the special wildlife found in our woodlands. Plantlife will be demonstrating how the small things count with a look at the important role that lichens and mosses play in our everyday lives and we will also be looking at evidence of the past found in our woodland with the historic environment team. In the afternoon we’ll be exploring Burridge Woods, one of the woodlands owned and managed by the National Park Authority.

Wednesday 29 April 2015
Get involved on Exmoor
10.00-16.00
Porlock village Hall

Exmoor is more than just pretty views and this session will help us to consider how we, and our visitors, can get more involved in a huge range of ways. In addition to an overview of the myriad of opportunities we’ll find out about WildWatch and learn more about some of the important species the National Park Authority is asking for the public’s help in spotting and recording, and discover how your guests can contribute to providing photographic records of historic monuments.

We’ll also hear about the new National Park Partner scheme which recognises and rewards those businesses that operate with the National Park at heart and we’ll be hearing about new heritage guides offering guided walks in Porlock, Barbrook, Lynton and Lynmouth this year. In the afternoon we will have the opportunity to join the guides on the Porlock Heritage Trail.

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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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