Roll up, roll up for the 12th Annual World Bolving Championship

NEWS FROM EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK

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Roll up, roll up for the 12th Annual World Bolving Championship at Exmoor National Park

This year’s World Bolving Championship takes place on Saturday 17 October at Draydon Rails, Dulverton (TA22 9QE) in Exmoor National Park starting at 6pm and everyone is welcome.

It’s an evening with a difference as National Park Ranger Richard Eales explains: “This is a competition to find out who can sound most like a rutting stag – can you get a real live deer to answer you across the wild deep valley?

“This year there is a beautiful, framed stag picture that has been kindly donated by http://www.mikesherwinphotography.co.uk as well as the Phil Ferris Shield that will go to the winner. Mike Sherwin has also kindly donated a picture that will be presented to the best junior bolver, so get practicing kids.”

380_Robin Offer bolving 2014_10_18_0219Anyone that would like to join in and test their vocal chords can just turn up on the night and enter. Entries are a minimum donation of £2 per person and all the money raised will go to the Devon Air Ambulance Trust.

People can either meet up with other competitors at The Rock House Inn, Dulverton at 5pm or just turn up at Draydon Rails at 6pm. After the competition it’s back to the pub for the results and winners’ presentation, beer, food and the prize draw.

For further details please contact Richard on 07772 989737 or the Rock House Inn on 01398 323467.

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