Moor to Enjoy on Exmoor than cream teas!


This post has been written by our Moor to Enjoy Project Coordinator, Lucy McQuillan. Lucy has a background in community development over 21 years working with families, young people, groups with learning difficulties and older people on the Scottish Inner Hebridean Islands, and at the Lake District National Park Authority, Campaign for National Parks (CNP) and Exmoor National Park Authority. Through these various roles, Lucy has seen the benefits that being out in nature has on people’s mental health and quality of life. She also believes passionately that the more people understand and experience, the more they will campaign and work to protect our only home Planet Earth. Once you’ve read the article, please contact Lucy to start planning your group’s visit to Exmoor and experience all the below points for yourself – Exmoor National Park is good for you!

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Meeting of minds between health & natural environment

PHE Visit

The Public Health England South West Health & Wellbeing Team visited Exmoor National Park in June 2017 for a team building and away day! The team, who work to promote the health and wellbeing of the population across the South West, were keen to chat with the Exmoor National Park team, and experience the wellbeing benefits of Exmoor’s open spaces for themselves!

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