Living and Working
Information and support for those living and working within Exmoor National Park
Whether you're a farmer, land manager, tourist provider, or resident, there are opportunities for guidance and support from the National Park team.
Find advice on the responsibilities of land owners to maintain public access, as well as on the rules and regulations of swaling and managing hedgerows. There is specific guidance for those owning or managing woodlands and for those operating game shoots within the park. Also find the latest information on grants and funding available, and how to get in touch.
Every year Exmoor National Park welcomes over 2 million visitors, attracted by the wide ranging special qualities of natural beauty, wildlife cultural heritage and the varied recreational opportunities afforded to visitors. Find help with marketing, research, training and events, as well as how to work closer with the National Park.
- Information for Farmers and Land Managers
- Information for Tourism Providers
- Business & Economy
- Grants and Funding
- The Lynmouth Pavilion Project
- Moor To Enjoy Project
- Superfast Broadband
- Affordable Housing on Exmoor
- Brendon Commons Council
- Simonsbath Programme
- Headwaters of the Exe Project
- Grown in Britain on Exmoor