Saturday 8th February 2020
ATF Devon visit to Dartington Hall
Location: Dartington Hall, Totnes TQ9 6EL
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Dartington Hall is set within 1200 acres of estate, including verdant forests, abundant wildlife and clear rivers. The deer park dates to the 14th century; the hall itself is a Grade I listed building; the gardens are Grade II* listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
All of this together makes Dartington a particularly important and largely intact example of a 20th century designed landscape incorporating the remains of an earlier medieval landscape.
Today it is the headquarters of the Dartington Hall Trust, a charity specialising in the arts, social justice and sustainability.
The tour will be led by Rupert Baker, consultant and woodland manager for the site.
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- Arrive on site at 9.50am for a 10am start- meet at the main car park – look for the ATF banner. Approximate finish time 1pm.
- There is a modest charge for car parking. Advice on public transport is available from https://www.dartington.org/visit/visitor-information/
- Food and toilets are available on site.
- Dogs on leads, with well-behaved owners, are welcome.
- Wear suitable outdoor clothing for the time of year. Please note the site can become muddy if wet.
- Numbers attending are strictly limited to 20 people only. Please do not turn up if you haven’t previously booked with the ATF.