A refuge for unwanted foals that faces closure if it doesn't reach its £20,000 fundraising target, is almost there!Read the full story ›
An animal charity which helped save the Exmoor pony from the brink of extinction may have to close its centre because of a lack of funds.Read the full story ›
Porlock Hill in Somerset is being resurfaced, and a paving machine has been brought in from Germany just for this job.Read the full story ›
On Exmoor, 15 ponies were killed in the last year and campaigners say the situation is getting worse.Read the full story ›
Work to rebuild the ancient Tarr Steps bridge on Exmoor, which was severely damaged during Storm Angus, has been completed.Read the full story ›
The explorer from Exmoor is taking on Aconcagua in Argentina - the tallest mountain in the continent and the second tallest in the world.Read the full story ›
A 50-year old walker has been rescued from a sea cave on the Somerset coast after falling and becoming trapped.Read the full story ›
An eight-day march across Dartmoor has got underway in an effort to prevent ponies being bred for human consumption.
The organisers say they want to raise awareness of 'irresponsible breeding' programmes and have criticised conservation methods which encourage the slaughter of the animals.
Three pack ponies are taking part in the 164 mile walk from Dartmoor to Exmoor, carrying supplies for the trip:
A group of people who are deafblind have gathered on Exmoor for a very special activity holiday.Read the full story ›
Woodside Bridge on the East Lyn near Lynmouth has had to be closed following a recent inspection by Exmoor National Park Authority which has revealed it to be unsafe.
In the meantime, members of the public are advised to use the Tors Road footbridge as an alternative means of crossing the East Lyn.
Our main priority in the first instance was to stop people using the bridge and for safety reasons, we now plan to have it removed as soon as practically possible. We will then be looking into the options for replacing it.