Monthly Archives: October 2011

The King Way Cross’ Journey


The Nodden Cross, or the King Way Cross of Nodden Moor, has had quite a journey from being orginally spotted by an eagle-eyed group of ramblers; having a suitable socket created for it; Royal approval in the form of HRH Prince Charles ‘unveiling’ … Continue reading

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A Legendary excursion


Last Saturday saw the third and final Haytor Hoppa Excursion take place.  25 people joined the evening event and were lead from Jays Grave to Bowermans Nose by Dartmoor Guide, Debbie Jenkins. Having taken advantage of the excursion connecting with onward services … Continue reading

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A rough Diamond?


As part of Dartmoor National Park’s 60th anniversary, the Rangers have led a series of community events. Local Ranger, Ella Briens decided that one of her community events would be a volunteer work party that would complement the extensive maintenance programme of works … Continue reading

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New Homes for old at Meldon Woods!


Parish Councillors, children from the local Okehampton Primary School and their teachers, recently helped Dartmoor National Park Authority Staff (rangers and Ecologists) to replace several of the dormouse and pied flycatcher boxes located in Meldon woods. The woodland is owned by the … Continue reading

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