Meeting Exmoor Horn Sheep along the Coleridge Way

Exmoor Horn Sheep
Just before reaching Porlock on the Coleridge Way lies West Luccombe Farm, and from my vantage point I can see that the fields and moors around the farm are dotted with white sheep. However, these are no ordinary animals and are bred especially for the Exmoor environment.

These are Exmoor Horn sheep, an ancient […]

By |April 9th, 2015|Coleridge Way, Exmoor, Porlock|0 Comments

Coleridge Way Advert

Exciting news, the Coleridge Way has its first advert – a three minute whistle stop tour of the Path in all its glory.

The video was produced by local film-maker Ken Blakey and follows a lone walker from Coleridge Cottage in Nether Stowey all the way though the Quantocks and into Exmoor ending up at Lynmouth […]

Day 6 – Porlock Weir to Watchet

After a restful night in the quaint harbour village of Porlock Weir, we were lucky enough to catch up with Michael Hankin of the Exmoor Natural History Society who give a few minutes of his time to talk about the flora and fauna of the area… LINK

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Day 5 – Lynmouth to Porlock Weir

Although, I say this is day five, I met up yesterday with Chris McCooey, a freelance journalist and writer. Chris walked the Coleridge Way with me when it first opened and I was very happy when he accepted my invitation to walk the route again to include the extension.

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