A fun and fascinating meander with Emma Cunis (Dartmoor’s Daughter) through the ruins of a Bronze Age settlement and ritual complex that includes a stone row and burial chambers. Along the way we will explore and learn about how people lived and worked. An optional extra is to sit together in a ruined hut circle to each make a clay pinch pot like our Neolithic ancestors may have done or a simple woven bracelet made from Dartmoor sheep wool.
Date: Tuesday 19th April
Start time: 10.00am departure
End time: 12.30hrs
Start point: Postbridge forestry car park – opposite NT Visitor Centre – SX656772 (parking is free)
Route: via Lakehead Hill to Bellever Tor, returning via main track to car park
Maximum number: 25
Dogs: Welcome on a lead
Children: Suitable for 7+
Cost: £10 per person
What to wear: Clothes for all weathers and well-treaded footwear
Covid: Do not attend if you have Covid symptoms or have been advised to self-isolate. We will aim to keep 2 metres distance from those outside our household or group.
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