Exmoor Events Calendar
COVID-19 and Exmoor Events
Please note due to the current situation with COVID-19 and government guidance on tackling it, many events have been cancelled or will be run in a different way. Please double check with event organisers as events may be subject to changes, cancellation or rescheduling. Exmoor response to COVID-19 available here.
Please note that events on this calendar are run by a wide range of organisations as well as us - so please direct any specific enquiries to the contact on the individual event.
How to use our Calendar
Here you will find a range of events and walks provided by Exmoor National Park Authority and other organisations. Each organisation is responsible for their own listings, ring the contact telephone numbers provided if you require additional information. (If you are the organiser of a local event and would like to submit it to appear in the calendar click here)Use the tick boxes to filter the type of events you are interested in or leave the boxes blank to see all events. Tick as many boxes as you like, but please note you will only see events that meet all the categories you have ticked. For example if you are looking for an event that is both "free" and "great for families" and where "dogs are welcome" - then you need to tick all those boxes and then press "update calendar". The more boxes you select - the more events will be filtered out of the calendar to only leave those that meet your search criteria. You can view a week or a month at a time. Click on individual entries in the calendar for more information about the event.
Check in advance
Wednesday 12th May 2021 1210
Location: central exmoor
Duration: 3 hours
Description: join us for a walking safari in the National Park, venue to be decided by the first guests to book! But always involving looking for deer, ponies, foraging, views and a splendid walk of approx. 2 - 3 hours. Homemade cake and coffee or tea. Moderate, some hill climbs. Booking essential on 01643 831759 firstname.lastname@example.org Other dates, or full day walks with pub lunch or picnic available on request.
Wednesday 12th May 2021 1211
Location: Dunster National Park Centre
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Description: Enjoy a step back in time into the rich tapestry of history in Dunster. A gentle stroll around the village centre, led by local walk leader, lasting around 1.5hrs. Dogs on short leads allowed. Walks starts at Dunster National Park Centre at 11am. Booking essential. Spaces are limited to ensure we can comply with social distancing. Cost: £5 per adult, under 16s free - with funds going to CareMoor for Exmoor, helping conserve the National Park and its special qualities
Friday 14th May 2021 11:00 am
Location: St Mary’s Church, Molland
Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes
Description: Hugh Harrison, an internationally known expert in the conservation of historic structural and decorative woodwork, who lives locally, will provide a short insight into the medieval church of St Mary, Molland, following which there will be a 2 hour, circular walk to Molland Moor (optional). Meet 11am at St Mary’s Church, Molland EX36 3NG Parking at the church / in village hall car park. Current Government regulations do not allow groups to meet for exercise. If these should change and this walk is able to go ahead, we will update information accordingly. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL in any case, using the form on the Exmoor Society website page for this walk.
Saturday 15th May 2021 10:00 am
Location: Lynton Town Hall
Duration: 2 hours
Description: Enjoy a walk led by local guide, meeting at Lynton Town Hall and taking in the beautiful scenery of Hollerday Hill and Valley of Rocks. We will stop half way for quiet reflection and meditation, taking in nothing but the view and sounds of nature. The walks are not about seeing how fast we can go, they are gently paced out with plenty of stops for photos. The walk includes an optional picnic lunch or cream tea. Please specify upon booking which option you would like.