Photos by Chris Berry.
It’s another miserable and damp day on Exmoor, so what other excuse do we need to remember the last Porlock Carnival! Kirsten Bruns who visited Exmoor last September with a group of photographers, shared these jolly photos with us in our FB group. Have a look and let us know which one is your favourite:
Christmas on Exmoor….
Dunster by Candlelight will take place again on 6 and 7 December 2020.
This year, the shuttle bus will leave from Butlins, and parking at Warren car park in Minehead will be free on both Friday and Saturday.
There will also be buses running from Porlock, Williton, Watchet, Washford, Carhampton, Wheddon Cross, and Timberscombe. More information is available on the Dunster by Candlelight website.
Late Night Shopping in Porlock – Saturday, 30 November 2020, from 5pm
Light Up Lynton – Sunday, 1 December
Ilfracombe Christmas Festival, 30 November & 1 December 2020
Dulverton by Starlight – Sunday, 1 December 2020
“Some epic downpours today on Exmoor. Jack is going to start gentle walks again over the next few days to see how he progresses. These pictures were from this morning on a drive across Molland and Anstey Commons. Beautiful colours of Autumn starting to show and dramatic skies.”
Sarah Hailstone, 09 October 2019
You can follow Sarah’s and Jack’s adventures on Exmoor on their Facebook page.
Photos by Simon Ellery
Hallowe’en is coming….
Hitch a ride with us from Minehead…. into the deepest Exmoor, where mists rise from the valleys and ghosts linger behind trees. Bring a torch, and at the end of the path a totally gruesome dinner awaits you… but there might be other guests…. you will hear them… you will feel them… can you see them?
Will you be brave enough?
Join us for a totally gruesome Hallowe’en experience, served up with a delicious 3-course-dinner in one of Exmoor’s most picturesque settings. It’s all happening on 28 October 2017, starting at 6.30pm in Minehead….
As Wednesdays are also known as #WoofWoofWednesday on Twitter we asked our wonderful Exmoor4all community to share photos of their dogs enjoying Exmoor. It didn’t take long (30 seconds I think!) before the first photo appeared in the comments, swiftly followed by another 120.
So here is the beautiful collection of happy dogs on Exmoor:
Paul Waby shot this video during his recent trip to West Somerset.
Can you guess the locations?