24/06/2021

Dartington Ancient Yew Tree

Behind the remaining tower of St Mary’s Church at the centre of the Dartington Estate stands a great Yew Tree. This ancient Yew is at least 1500 years old and ...

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22/06/2021

Sourton Labyrinth

This small stone labyrinth path is set into the grass in the field behind St Thomas a Becket Church in Sourton. Follow the path round to the right of the ...

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22/06/2021

Nine Maidens Stone Circle

The legend of the Nine Maidens stone circle at Belstone is that nine maidens were turned to stone for dancing on the Sabbath and that at noon the church bells ...

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22/06/2021

Belstone Ring Cross

The carved stone found inside St Mary’s Church has been dated between the 7th and 9th centuries, suggesting that there has been active worship at Belstone since before the ...

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22/06/2021

Scorhill Stone Circle

One of the 26 examples of stone circle found on Dartmoor, Scorhill is one of the most visually impressive and (alongwith its three nearby cains) formed a significant ritual area. The ...

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22/06/2021

Cosdon Triple Stone Rows

This monument includes a triple stone row alignment, a cairn and short length of hollow way situated on a gently sloping natural shelf to the eastern flank of Cosdon Hill. ...

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22/06/2021

River Dart Charter

River Dart Wild Church are working as co-creators with the Bioregional Learning Centre to develop a Charter for the River Dart and to travel the length of the river engaging ...

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04/06/2021

Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere. It boasts the longest continuous medieval stone vault in the ...

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16/03/2020

Shobrooke Holy Well

The Holy Well at Shobrooke was first mentioned in parish records in 1576 and was restored in 1925. It is dressed during the year by people from St Swithun’s Church in ...

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