Andy Hargreaves

The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 14

We discover Allerford’s historic forge and blacksmiths, who are getting orders from around the globe | The ancient job of an Exmoor lengthsman | Take a dip at the Exmoor Open Water Swim at Wimbleball | The art at Gallery @ 500 Feet in Lynton | Take a Valentine’s Day challenge on the Cliff Railway Read More

Discover Allerford’s Historic Forge And Blacksmiths

We visit the historic forge in Allerford to hear about their plans for the future, which will be of interest to art-loving visitors.

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Valentine’s Day Challenge On The Cliff Railway

The Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway has a special challenge for couples on Valentine’s Day.

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The Ancient Job Of An Exmoor Lengthsman

When Shaun Bryant was growing up in Kent he had never heard of a lengthsman. Most people are unaware of this occupation, but many Exmoor visitors and locals benefit from the work.

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Take A Dip At The Exmoor Open Water Swim

Hundreds of people will wade into Wimbleball Lake’s waters for the Exmoor Open Water Swim on 29th September.

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The Art At Gallery @ 500 Feet In Lynton

Two years ago, Paul and Helen Ridgewell moved from Cornwall to Lynton and opened a gallery in the town’s Old Bank House.

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 13

Meet the team behind Snowdrop Valley at Wheddon Cross | New plans for Withypool’s vintage filling station | StarTrek – all night orienteering across Exmoor | Fascinating discoveries at Dunster’s archaeological dig Read More

New Plans For Withypool’s Vintage Filling Station

Tony Howard owns the 1950s vintage former filling station in Withypool. It’s one of Exmoor’s most photographed sites and Tony reveals that a celebrity has posed in front of the pumps.

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StarTrek – All Night Orienteering Across Exmoor

Paul Williams of Ilfracombe’s Rotary Club tells Keri Jones of Exmoor Radio about an eight or sixteen mile orienteering challenge overnight on Exmoor.

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Fascinating Discoveries At Dunster’s Archaeological Dig

At the end of January, Dunster residents learned about the discoveries that the Dig Village archaeology project had made in their village.

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