1. Friends of the Dartmoor Hill Pony

      The Friends of the Dartmoor Hill Pony (FDHP), a Registered Charity, was started by Charlotte Faulkner nearly ten years ago to find homes for unsold foals. This organisation seeks to find homes for the foals produced from the Dartmoor commons, either as small herds for conservation grazing or individually with caring owners.

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    2. Young Devon

      Young Devon is a Voluntary organisation and registered charity (no. 1057949) that was established in 1949 to support and deliver services to young people living in Devon. In that time Young Devon has grown to become the largest voluntary youth service in the area with a workforce of 120 paid and 300 unpaid staff. Visit…

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    3. Dartmoor Farmers Association

      Joining forces in 2007 and with the support of HRH, the Prince of Wales, a group of Dartmoor hill farmers formed the Dartmoor Farmers Association, responding to demand for quality local British produce and to ensure the future success of upland farming on the moor. View Website

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    4. Dartmoor National Park Authority

      Dartmoor National Park Authority is a special purpose local authority created under the Environment Act 1995. The Authority is a freestanding local authority employing around 105 staff and is governed by 22 appointed Members. Prior to 1995 the National Park was administered as a committee of Devon County Council The Authority’s duties, responsibilities and powers…

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    5. The Dartmoor Archive

      For many years, The Dartmoor Trust have been campaigning for a Dartmoor Archive. Initial plans were for a Dartmoor Research Centre to be established somewhere on the Moor. However, with the increasing use and popularity of the internet, it became clear that a digital archive would provide better access for all those interested in learning…

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