Exmoor’s Big Adventures + Family Wildlife Events 2016

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Big Adventures 2016…

Join the adventure! With family games and activities lasting all day in some of the most amazing locations on Exmoor. There is no charge for these events but donations to CareMoor for Exmoor are requested. All events run from 10am – 4pm except the Camp Outs which start at 4pm. Camping charges apply for overnight events.

The Big Moorland Adventure @ Haddon Hill

Wednesday 6th April.  Read more 

 

 

 

Family Wildlife Days…

Porlock Marsh BioBlitz 
Sat 9 July
Wildlife Adventure Day. A programme of events throughout the day and night to survey the wildlife of Porlock Marsh and beach. Whether you are a beginner or expert, there will be something for everyone to get involved with. More details to follow nearer the event. For times and locations or contact Mel Worman on 01643 862452.

Bogtastic:
Tue 26th Jul 10am-4pm

This year’s ‘drop in’ event will feature the Bogstacle Course, stream dipping, wildlife walks, Bog safaris, the opportunity to visit one of the South West’s last remaining operational water powered sawmills, and lots more all-weather and undercover activities. Meet at Simonsbath Sawmill, TA24 7SH. For further information and a free event poster please phone 01598 752509 or see our Bogtastic facebook page.

Tarr Steps Family Wildlife Day: 
Sat 23rd July 11am-3pm 

Discover what amazing bugs and beasties live in the streams and woodlands of Exmoor as we river dip and bug hunt down at Tarr Steps. Please wear outdoor clothing and suitable footwear. Tarr Steps Meadow. TA22 9PY. 01398 323841.

Lynmouth Green Family Wildlife Day: 
Wed 3rd Aug 11am-4pm
Discover what amazing bugs and beasties live in the rivers and woodlands of Exmoor as we stream dip and bug hunt down at Lynmouth Green. EX35 6EN. 01398 323841.

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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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