Photos by Mark Anthony Small, taken at the beginning of this week.
This is your reminder that ALL orders for EXMOOR PUZZLES have to be in by the weekend.
We have four motifs available, but if you prefer to have your own image on a puzzle, that’s fine too.
Puzzles are £15.00 plus p&p (if you need some stocking fillers, we also have Exmoor keyrings).
Photos by Paul Sparks.
Photos by Sarah Hailstone.
Photo by Sarah Hailstone
Photo by Paul Bradley
Photos by Paul Sparks, taken at and near Tarr Steps.
Tarr Steps is an ancient clapper bridge, possibly dating back to 1000BC. It is a Grade 1 listed building and Scheduled Ancient Monument, crossing the River Barle about 6.5 miles upstream from Dulverton.
Photos by Jochen Langbein (Langbein Wildlife)
Photos by Nicky Beckett.
Our guests at the Media Launch on 12 October at Knowle Manor are in for a special treat: Exmoor Young Chef Perran Clarke – with the support of his mentor Carla Jones – will be preparing a pre-dessert!
Perran won the Exmoor Young Chef competition earlier this year, and this is what judge Miguel Tenreiro, head chef at the Porlock Weir Hotel, had to say:
“Perran’s dish of chicken supreme, fondant potato and tarragon sauce showcasing Beech Ridge chicken particularly impressed me.”
Perran is now an apprentice at Seacliff Restaurant (Sandy Cove Hotel) where he works with head chef Carla Jones. By the way, we are delighted that the Seacliff Restaurant have signed up for the 2023 Exmoor Food Fest for the first time!
Carla Jones has been a chef for many years. She started in kitchens at the age of 14 working her way from potwash, moving to London at the age of 20 to complete a scholarship under Piere Koffman.
Carla loves a challenge and competed in Masterchef in 2018.
After settling in Devon 2 years ago and taking over Seacliff, Carla and her team have achieved 3 Rosettes and have gotten into the Michelin guide.
Perran Clarke is 16 years old and has been passionate about food for a long time.
He has competed in future chef competition and came second. And he won Exmoor Young Chef of the year. This September Perran competed in the Young Chef of the South West: “I enjoy working under Carla in Seacliff and have just started my apprenticeship with Petroc collage. I have a huge passion for food and am very lucky as a chef to work with amazing produce surrounding us.”
PS We have a handful of tickets left!