CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club
The first dates of the new CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club have been released. Top chefs are supporting the National Park by holding special lunchtime and evening events celebrating their use of local produce and raising funds to help keep Exmoor special.
During the meal, diners will enjoy hearing from the chefs, as well as some of their suppliers, about their passion and love for Exmoor produce. Events will take place throughout the year at different locations from award-winning restaurants to unique pop up events across Greater Exmoor. Each event will have its own unique menu created specifically to celebrate locally sourced produce. Whilst highlighting their passion for local food, the chefs are also supporting the National Park as the fixed price meal for each event includes a contribution to CareMoor for Exmoor, which raises funds for nature, heritage and access projects across the National Park.
The first dates for 2018 include:
- Friday 26 January at The Swan, Bampton. An evening meal with owner / chef Paul Berry preparing a 5-course tasting menu in conjunction with Wicked Wolf Gin and Exmoor Ales
- Sunday 4 February with Claire’s Kitchen at Wootton Courtenay Village Hall preparing a 2-course Sunday Lunch in partnership with Little Oak Farm.
- Saturday 10 February with Claire’s Kitchen at Dulverton Town Hall for a three course oriental evening in conjunction with Secret Orchard Cider
- Saturday 3 March a four course evening meal presented by Head Chef Barrie Tucker Chef at Psalters Restaurant, at the Luttrell Arms, Dunster.
- Thursday 29 March with Chef John Bradley (pictured) at the Coleridge Restaurant, Dunkery Beacon Country House Hotel with a ‘Taste of the Moor’ tasting menu
Dan James, Sustainable Economy Manager for Exmoor National Park said, “The Dining Club is part of our joint Eat Exmoor project which aims to spread the message about the quality of our local food and its link with the landscape we all love and want to conserve. CareMoor for Exmoor is our donations scheme, which helps to keep Exmoor special. We are very grateful to the chefs and venues who are supporting us by hosting a Dining Club event and hope that this will give people a unique opportunity to experience the true taste of Exmoor.”
As part of the Eat Exmoor project Visit Exmoor (the official tourism association) is also publishing a new, free Eat Exmoor food and drink guide early next year and local food lovers can sign up for a foodie E-Newsletter making sure they hear about all the latest food events including those under the banner of CareMoor for Exmoor Dining Club.
For full details, prices and booking information visit www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/caremoor. Further Dining Club dates will be added throughout the year.
Published: 11 December 2017
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