Exmoor National Park staff are to benefit from the recently announced partnership between the UK’s National Parks and Columbia Sportswear® – we’re receiving high quality clothing that’s ‘tested tough’ and designed to keep all the team members warm, dry, cool and protected against the worst Exmoor can throw at us.
Last week saw the unveiling by BBC Countryfile’s John Craven of a new statue on The Esplanade in Lynmouth. Called “The Walker”, the statue was commissioned to mark the end of the Coleridge Way, as well as pinpointing the closing stage of the Two Moors Way. And the Exmoor weather played its part too, basking everyone in glorious sunshine.
We’re delighted to feature an article written by cycling enthusiast Jim Marshall (known on social media as @WildishDad) on the benefits of Exmoor National Park for road cyclists. He’s a father and writer with a passion for exploring the great outdoors – something he is determined to share with his young daughter as he knows “kids are never too young to catch the ‘outdoor enthusiast’ bug”. If you want to know more about Jim’s adventures, visit his blog or chat with him on Twitter.
Are you ready for the Exmoor Perambulation? This year’s 31 mile “relaxed journey on foot for exercise or pleasure” (as the dictionary defines it!) around the original boundary of the Royal Hunting Forest of Exmoor will take place on Saturday 17th June 2017. You’ll be participating in a historic event that traces its origins back to the time of Edward I – and this year the Perambulation takes place on his birthday!
CareMoor is getting animated with our new video published today!
Have a look at our new video here: CareMoor video on You Tube
Get the dates in your diaries for this year’s Big Adventures (first one coming on 12th April) and our Big Adventure Family Camp-Outs (from June to September). Guaranteed fun and learning for all the family!