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February Half Term 2022 – Events you won’t want to miss

Please email with your contact information and preferred walk details or

call 01626 833234 between 10am and 4pm – Mon – Friday / Saturday  & Sunday 10am to 1pm

Full payment in advance required to secure your booking

Children must be accompanied by a paying adult and the walks have been specifically created for families, friends and loved ones to enjoy quality time together



Join storyteller Lisa Schneidau to spot some early signs of spring at Parke and be inspired by stories and folk tales of Springtime.

Suitable for all ages, adults and children


Sunday 20th (CANCELLED due to weather conditions) & Wednesday 23rd February 2022

£10 per ticket (Under 5’s Free)

Max 25 people per session


A fun and interesting way of connecting to the beautiful landscape and have fun whilst you’re at it! Led by the ever-enthusiastic Emma Cunis as she meanders through the woodlands at Parke. 

You will be provided with a photo list of things to find and tick off (animals and birds; flora and fauna; features in the landscape; etc).

We will finish at the Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust (DPHT) where you will have the opportunity to see and learn more about the ponies if you’d like to.

Suitable for adults and children 5+


Friday 25th & Saturday 26th February 2022

£10 per ticket 

Max 25 people per session


Yes, we have rainforests! But do we have one at Parke? That’s what we aim to find out. 

We learn why some South West woodlands are temperate rainforests, rich in biodiversity that support rare plants and animals, and can feel rather magical. Enter a world of trees clothed in green moss, with ferns creeping along their branches, and lichens adorning their twiggy tips.

We explore what makes these woodlands so precious and develop our appreciation this very special habitat with Hill and Moorland Leader – Geri Skeens

Suitable for adults and children 5+

24th & 27th February  2022

11am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm

£10 per ticket 

Max 12 People per session


  • See Rum Chatta in training

  • Demonstrations in the Arena

  • Meet the Ponies

  • Learn all about our Work

  • Discover the wonders of our Conservation Grazing site at Bellever

  • Sponsor a Pony

  • Support us by becoming a Member

  • Picnic Area

Well behaved canine friends on leads are welcome


Cancellation Policy

Our walks hold limited spaces, and many of our walks sell out. Please note we do not offer refunds if you are unable to attend.  However, if we need to cancel the walk due to unforseen circumstances we will offer a credit toward any future walk during 2022.

Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust

Charity Number 1109196 Company reg no. 005400159


What to wear/bring:

*Suitable Outdoor Clothing – Sturdy walking boots or wellies; waterproof jacket and trousers (whatever the forecast); several warm layers including a jumper, warm hat and gloves (it can be very cold in February); hot flask/drink and snack/picnic lunch.

*We also recommend bringing personal masks, hand gel, a pair of disposable gloves each and a personal first aid kit. (From a safety perspective, this offers additional protection against Covid if there were to be an accident and first aid is required.

*Do not attend if you have Covid symptoms or have been advised to self-isolate.

Your walk guide will meet you in the DPHT Car Park to ensure you get parked.



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