Another great BIG Adventure Day is planned for Wednesday 24 July, the beginning of the summer holidays thanks to Exmoor National Park Authority and the Heart of Exmoor scheme. This free family event will take place at Haddon Hill, near Wimbleball Lake on the B3190 (there will be signs up on the day) from 10am to 4pm.
There will be a fantastic mix of games and activities suitable for all ages including a chance to learn bush craft skills, have a go at crafting a dormouse box, join in the fabulous Wild Wellies Story Walk, meet Tom the Exmoor Pony and learn more about this ancient breed.
National Park ranger Adam Vasey says: “The Big Adventure Days have been a great success this year with hundreds of people coming along to enjoy fun activities on Exmoor. Once again, there will be plenty of things to see and do including an opportunity to join in the dry stone wall challenge with local expert Russ Liversidge and of course go on the famous Exmoor Beast Hunt.”
There is car parking and toilet facilities on site – for more information please contact the National Park Centre at Dulverton, phone 01398 323841.
A limited number of Tramper all-terrain mobility buggies will be available for hire at this event for free. For more details contact Countryside Mobility on07841 204397 and 01392 459222, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.countrysidemobility.org