The Spring Newsletter 2015 will be published and posted to members at the end of February.

The Calendar of Events for 2015 can be found on the Events page.

The proposed new constitution agreed at the AGM - to read, please click here

New Premises for the Exmoor Society
The Exmoor Society has now moved to new premises in the centre of Dulverton. Our new address is 34 High Street, Dulverton, Somerset TA22 9DJ. The Society telephone number remains the same 01398 323335. In the new premises are the Society offices, archives, library, resource centre and Society merchandise. Please see the Home page for details of our opening hours.

'Shingle Bank & Hurlestone Point - Porlock Bay' taken by Ueli Zellweger
Overall winner of the Alfred Vowles Photographic Competition 2014

Unlocking Exmoor's Heritage
Follow the progress of this project via the Library page on this website under Resources or via Twitter on Archivist@ExSocArchivist. The purpose of the project is to assess, conserve and preserve the significant amount of materials that the Society has amassed over 56 years and to make this collection available by a variety of means to everyone, especially students and researchers. Funding has been secured from the Exmoor Society, the Exmoor National Park Partnership Fund, charities and private individuals. The project has recruited an Outreach Archivist, Dr. Helen Blackman. To read the press release from January 2014, please click here.

The library, archive and resource centre will be formally opened on March 19th 2015. To read the most recent press release from January 2015 please click here. Please contact the archivist if wanting to do research work.

If you are interested in joining the volunteer team, please contact the Society.

Woodland Report - 'Unlocking the Potential of Exmoor's Woodlands'
To read the report please click here, to read the summary of recommendations, click here and to read the press release, click here.

Exmoor and Hill Farming
To read about our campaign to support Exmoor's hill farmers, please click here.

An Exmoor hill farm