Events

This is the place to find events happening on Exmoor. You can explore our calendar here or browse upcoming events below.

From Watercolours, acrylics and, her favourite medium Oils, Ann captures the atmosphere of the day with her artworks. Preferring to paint 'en plein air’ Ann admits there is no better way to capture the scene than being there in person. Her art shows this with atmosphere and...

A 10-minute illustrated talk on the Lynmouth Flood Disaster followed by 10 minutes of historical film from the time.
A chance to learn what happened and how it changed the village. No need to book. (Donations requested). Not Mondays

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The Patronal Feast weekend dedicated to St Petrock. An amazing group of villagers have created a wall hanging for the church to be hung behind the altar – known as a reredos. On 1st the reredos will be available for inspection, supported by volunteers to explain the various...

Julia's Works can be quite spontaneous! But within that organic process, her main focus is on capturing as much atmosphere possible, from the subject matter being worked on, at any one time. Her pictures often strive to express their subjects, beyond the obvious; hopefully,...

A 10-minute illustrated talk on the Lynmouth Flood Disaster followed by 10 minutes of historical film from the time.
A chance to learn what happened and how it changed the village. No need to book. (Donations requested). Not Mondays

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The Moorland Mousie Trust exists to promote and protect all aspects of registered Exmoor ponies, on Exmoor, throughout the UK and abroad. We want to ensure the continued survival of free-living Exmoor pony herds on Exmoor, nationally and internationally.

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Steam trains through rolling countryside, with views out to wild moorland and the rugged coastline. Originally opened in 1898, and closed in 1935; what you can see today at Woody Bay is just the beginning of an exciting project to rebuild one of the world’s most famous and...

‘Spring into Art’ and ‘Fall into Art’ at the National Park Centre Lynmouth is a fresh idea bringing together several local artists to paint for the day under one roof. Talking to visitors about what inspires them and how they represent that inspiration in...

Highlights include appearances from artists including harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani, violinist Henning Kraggerud, pianists Clare Hammond and George Fu, Stile Antico, violinist and The Festival’s Artistic Director Tamsin Waley-Cohen, recorder quartet Palisander...

The Yarn Market Hotel in Dunster, based within Exmoor National Park, Europe’s first designated Dark Skies Reserve, is hosting an early Spring Stargazing weekend. The break is on a full board basis and includes Sunday lunch. A programme of activities takes place over the...

A 10-minute illustrated talk on the Lynmouth Flood Disaster followed by 10 minutes of historical film from the time.
A chance to learn what happened and how it changed the village. No need to book. (Donations requested). Not Mondays

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Beryl Perriam is a self-taught artist, she started painting and drawing 45 years ago and was very quickly taken on by many suppliers of art material to demonstrate their use.

Beryl paints in acrylic oils and pastels as well as coloured pencils and graphite, she has taught...

Every December the pretty Exmoor town of Dulverton is decorated with Christmas trees festooned with lights, and for one Sunday many of the shops are open for people to do some local Christmas shopping. Festivities take place all afternoon and into the evening, including street...