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Exmoor's Dark Skies Festival set to return

EXMOOR DARK SKIES FESTIVAL 2018 will be returning this year with a two-week long programme of events from 20th October – 4th November aimed at inspiring young and old about the wonders of the night sky. It launches this week as part of International Dark Sky Week, during which organisations around the globe come together to celebrate the wonders of the night sky without the effects of light pollution.
16 April 2018
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PIONEERING NEW APPROACHES TO EXMOOR’S INVASIVE SPECIES PROBLEM

CASTRATION AND ELECTROCUTION are two ground-breaking new ways of tackling invasive plant and animal species being trialled in Exmoor National Park, highlighted as part of Invasive Species Week this week*.
9 April 2018
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WILD IDEAS FOR LOW-COST FAMILY FUN ON EXMOOR THIS EASTER

THE EASTER HOLIDAYS are looming, but the good news is that fun with the kids doesn't have to cost the earth. As always some of the best things in life are free, so here's a few ideas from Exmoor National Park to help you keep the kids entertained this Easter, without breaking the bank.
22 March 2018
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Eat Exmoor Show and Guide put Local Produce at top of Exmoor menus

Two hundred local producers and food and hospitality business people from across the Greater Exmoor area met at the Eat Exmoor Food & Drink Trade Show at the Beach Hotel, Minehead last week.
22 February 2018
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Moor to Enjoy - It really is good for you!

Recent research proves that being in National Parks improves mental and physical wellbeing. Evidence has been published in light of action research carried out in two linked 3-year long projects by Exmoor and Dartmoor National Park Authorities.
22 February 2018
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