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Friday 22nd June to Friday 22nd June 2018

ATF Devon Midsummer Solstice Visit to Whiddon Deer Park

Location: Whiddon Deer Park, Near Chagford

Devon ATF invites its supporters to join us for a midsummer solstice celebration of veteran trees at this exemplary site which is cared for by the National Trust. Expect panoramic Dartmoor views, Granite deer walls, innovative sculptures, wood pasture with its associated veteran trees and wildlife. The event is to be held on the evening of Friday 22 June, 5.30pm-7.30/8.00pm.

Meet at Easton Cross on the A382 near Chagford (approx. 4 miles from Moretonhampstead). Parking will be in the NT workshop yard approx. 100 metres down lane from Easton X (ATF signage) and before the gate to the site.

It is hoped that anyone who requires refreshments will join us at the Sandy Park Inn after the event.

Booking is essential – so if you would like to attend please use the booking form below.
Wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.

Booking Information

Places are limited and must be booked in advance.

To book your place, please click the ‘Book now’ button below. Once the meeting becomes full we will update the website with information about a reserve list.

Please Contact Us Here if you have any queries regarding booking, but please note that although this email is regularly checked, there may be a slight delay in responding.

 

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ATF Devon Visit Whiddon Deer Park
Friday 22nd June, 2018 at 5.30pm-7.30/8.00pm
Free of charge

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