Photos by Susan Ragbourne.
Photos by Angela Wensley
The lanes are brimming with colour after this weekend’s rain. Photos by Andrea Corrie.
Cow Castle is an Iron Age hillfort 5.75 kilometres west of Exford. It is a Scheduled Monument. It has been added to the Heritage at Risk register because of the risk from bracken. (Wikipedia)
Join us at the first Exmoor Fair at Allerford Village Hall & Grounds!
Sunday, 22 May 2022
10 am till 4pm
Food * Arts * Crafts * Wellness
We’ve been planning a Taste Exmoor event in Porlock Vale for the past 2 years, but Covid thought otherwise. This year we are back – we had to scale down to 1 day (rather than 3), but we’re going to add arts, crafts and wellness into the mix.
There is limited space for tables indoors, but lots of space for marquees on the grounds.
Looking forward to having you on board!
If you are offering
- Hot Food
- Food & drink products
- Wellbeing (Yoga etc)
then we’d love to hear from you.
Lambing is in full swing on Exmoor, and the fields are full of the cutest lambs. Sarah Hailstone took loads of photos of lambs and ewes. Here they are:
All photos by Mike Lanning, shared with us in our Facebook group.
Photos by Tracey Thomas.
The last day of March has brought snow to the top of Exmoor – hard to believe that only a week ago we all enjoyed warm spring sunshine!
Here are a few photos from this morning:
The walk out to Wheal Eliza looked like a winter wonderland this morning.Suzanna Rabourne, 31 March 2022
Foal in the snow this morningNicky Beckett, 31 March 2022
Biting wind out on the moor today but stunning.Debbie Tucker, 31 March 2022
A perfect way to end Mothers Day with a magical sunset on Bossington Hill.Paula Beazley, Sunday 27 March 2022