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  • Lonely cheetah gets company at Exmoor Zoo - Somerset Blog -
    to do with Children 3 Shooting Hunting days out 7 More Exmoor Facts 5 Places to see spring on Exmoor 5 Exmoor Pubs winter warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh Lonely cheetah gets company at Exmoor Zoo Published by Duddings in Somerset Holiday Cottages 14 8 2014 16 48 05 Tags Somerset Holiday Cottages The number of exotic animals at Exmoor Zoo has grown again this week with the addition of a pair of cheetahs to the zoo s menagerie The feline duo are now company for lonely Dave who has been living alone at the zoo for the last eight months While you might think the lonely cheetah would be delighted to see two new playmates enter his enclosure he actually hasn t been too interested in having anything to do with the two new cheetahs Zookeeper Danny Reynolds has been disappointed by that since he hoped the cheetahs might breed He said The problem is cheetahs don t actually breed easily in captivity He said females usually stayed separate from males in the wild meeting up only when they want to breed This means you have to keep captive male and female cheetahs apart and introduce them only when they re meant to breed If all goes well there may soon be the pitter patter of tiny cheetah feet at Exmoor Zoo If you want to see them in captivity why not head along to Exmoor Zoo with your family during a stay at our

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  • Somerset Blog -
    More Exmoor Facts 5 Places to see spring on Exmoor 5 Exmoor Pubs winter warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh Minehead hosts brilliant CAMRA ale festival Published by Duddings in Minehead 17 9 2014 17 16 20 Tags Minehead Beer Festival A popular CAMRA Real Ale Festival has been held in Minehead just a few miles from our Somerset holiday cottages Read all Exmoor flag finalists vote for your favourite design Published by Duddings in Holiday cottages in Exmoor 5 9 2014 16 19 15 Tags Exmoor Holiday Cottages The shortlist has been announced on the story we covered in an earlier blog article on the Exmoor flag competition don t miss your chance to vote Read all Lost manuscript of Exmoor writer discovered Published by Duddings in Minehead Self Catering 4 9 2014 10 52 39 Tags Minehead Holiday Cottages A long lost manuscript of a novel written by Hope Bourne has been found in a dusty storeroom after 45 years Read all Orphaned pony sweeps board at Exmoor Pony Show Published by Duddings in Somerset 20 8 2014 17 19 56 Tags Somerset Holiday Cottages An orphaned Exmoor Pony hand reared by a teenager has swept the board at the annual Exmoor Pony Show Read all Lonely cheetah gets company at Exmoor Zoo Published by Duddings in Somerset Holiday Cottages 14 8 2014 16 48 05 Tags Somerset Holiday Cottages The number of exotic animals at Exmoor Zoo has grown again this week with the

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  • Somerset Blog -
    warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh Blenheim Gardens set to see restoration Published by Duddings in Exmoor 3 7 2014 17 25 56 Tags Exmoor Cottages Great news for visitors to Exmoor holiday cottages Read all Parracombe opens its beautiful gardens for a day of exploring Published by Duddings in Exmoor 27 6 2014 17 01 05 Tags Parracombe Read all Public competition to design official flag of Exmoor Published by Duddings in Holiday cottages on Exmoor 25 6 2014 10 29 36 Tags Exmoor Holiday Cottages Read all Exotic baby bird born at Exmoor Zoo is a UK first Published by Duddings in Exmoor 23 6 2014 10 47 34 Tags holiday cottages on Exmoor Read all Point to Point racing season finale on Saturday Published by Duddings in Holiday cottages in Exmoor 12 6 2014 10 37 37 Tags Point To Point Racing Final Meet

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  • Explore the Moor & more with Paws ‘n’ all! - Somerset Blog -
    5 Places to see spring on Exmoor 5 Exmoor Pubs winter warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh Explore the Moor more with Paws n all Published by Duddings in Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages 8 11 2013 16 27 13 Explore the Moor more with Paws n all If you re staying in a dog friendly cottage on Exmoor then why not take advantage of the arranged walks to keep both two legged and four legged explorers entertained while you re here Active Exmoor a sports tourism project focusing on supporting Exmoor s outdoor activity industry are offering everyone the opportunity to join their guided group dog walks that include areas of Exmoor and the Quantock hills This experience won the regional best tourism experience in 2006 and continues to remain a popular activity for visitors and locals alike Of course you will need to fuel yourself up for energy on these walks and part of the tour includes a light lunch or perhaps a cream tea at dog friendly tea rooms If you think your hairy pal might enjoy the time off then the Active Exmoor home can look after your dog for the day or however long you need to be away While you re out on the tour you have the chance to discover the grazing areas of the red deer and moorland ponies and spot the rare birds too The walks are designed to be informative and informal running for 2 4 hours with

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  • Deer in rutting season to be mimicked in traditional competition - Somerset Blog -
    Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh Deer in rutting season to be mimicked in traditional competition Published by Duddings in Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages 24 10 2013 12 39 31 Deer in rutting season to be mimicked in traditional competition If you ve ever been on a leisurely walk across Exmoor with the dog s while you ve taken up residence in one of the dog friendly cottages you may have been fortunate enough to see a red deer in the distance Anyone who knows anything about the coveted red deer will know that they are hard to approach Well that is unless you happen to be able to mimic they re mating call The technique is called bolving a method previously used by British hunters Not anymore though however for the past decade Brits have had an annual bolving competition to see who can get their groan to provoke the attention of a real life stag Richard Eales a ranger for Exmoor National Park organises the event hosted each year by the Rock House Inn at Dulverton Heart of Exmoor org reveals The bolvers try to imitate the deer and get points for style authenticity and how successful they are at getting a real stag to answer their roar Roar is a euphemism human attempts at bolving sound like some of the grosser bodily functions Richard Eales is also a previous champion of this specialist skill and his handy tips for giving it a go are It s a deep

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  • The Sheep Dog Trials come to Challacombe - Somerset Blog -
    7 More Exmoor Facts 5 Places to see spring on Exmoor 5 Exmoor Pubs winter warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh The Sheep Dog Trials come to Challacombe Published by Duddings in Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages 29 8 2013 15 02 27 Tags Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages The Sheep Dog Trials come to Challacombe Dog lovers will congregate this weekend in Challacombe If you have taken your faithful friend away with you on a dog friendly holiday in the Exmoo r region and you are looking to get out and about and experience some of what the local area has to offer for visitors and local residents alike then look no further As the busy schedule continues for the members of the Devon and Exmoor Sheepdog Society for the 2013 season August 31st see s the sheepdog trials being held at Whitefield Barton Challacombe The event is being held by Challacombe church and with no need to book to come to the event you can just turn up enjoy the show and take in the skills of the owners and their dogs at this fascinating event The event will run from 10 30am until 5 00pm with the sheepdog trials beginning at 10 30am followed by the family dog show at 2pm The event will have stalls a skittles competition side shows and refreshments available to keep you occupied There s a 2 charge for adults and a 50p charge for children on the gate For more

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  • Dog - Somerset Blog -
    Friendly Cottages Pubs Restaurants Places to Visit Activities on Exmoor Somerset Blog Enquiries Booking General Enquiry Confirm Availability Booking Form Booking Conditions Cancellation Plan How to find us Local Features 5 Safari Tours 5 Country Pubs 10 Exmoor Facts 5 Autumn Walks 5 Sea Fishing spots 5 Things to do with Children 3 Shooting Hunting days out 7 More Exmoor Facts 5 Places to see spring on Exmoor 5 Exmoor Pubs winter warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh The Sheep Dog Trials come to Challacombe Published by Duddings in Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages 29 8 2013 15 02 27 Tags Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages Read all Recent Posts Minehead hosts brilliant CAMRA ale festival Exmoor flag finalists vote for your favourite design Lost manuscript of Exmoor writer discovered Orphaned pony sweeps board at Exmoor Pony Show Categories Dog Friendly Exmoor Cottages Exmoor Holiday cottages in Exmoor Holiday

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  • Parracombe opens its beautiful gardens for a day of exploring - Somerset Blog -
    to see spring on Exmoor 5 Exmoor Pubs winter warmers 4 Valentine s Day Alternatives 5 Key Species to look out for on Exmoor 5 Top Picnic Spots 5 Sporting Suggestions 4 Unusual Exmoor animals 4 Exmoor beer gardens 4 key Somerset cricket players 4 Coastal days out 4 Exmoor Events for June July 6 History and Heritage days out around Exmoor 10 Facts on marshes Porlock Marsh Parracombe opens its beautiful gardens for a day of exploring Published by Duddings in Exmoor 27 6 2014 17 01 05 Tags Parracombe If you re planning a stay near the Exmoor village of Parracombe and you re a fan of amazing gardens then this weekend has something special for you This Sunday there are a host of seven open gardens to discover and explore including the grounds of Heddon Hall which has a walled garden and a range of rare plants The large cottages on Exmoor have dotted around the area are often surrounded by beautiful scenery but you can get an even closer look in these fantastic gardens and organisers are confident that there is something for every kind of visitor to the area If you fancy taking the family on the local steam railway then you can arrive in style from Woody Bay Station and enjoy a walk along the old line to the Parracombe People who are into the history of the area can visit the 13th century Grade A listed church and impressive working water mill Walkers and nature lovers can also take the opportunity to make the most of the interesting public footpaths around the village All of the gardens can be accessed via foot and are all in walking distance around the village There will be a chance to take home a plant or two

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