Updated: Jun 11
Exmoor has a unique landscape of beautiful rugged moorland, steep wooded coombes, dramatic coastlines and fast-flowing rivers, shaped over thousands of years. However as the area has became more accessible, more popular as a holiday destination and as demand for farmland has intensified, that landscape needs to be protected. The Exmoor Society, an independent charity, has worked to maintain the balance between the needs of local businesses in farming and tourism and the need to conserve that landscape for future generations. If, like us, you care about Exmoor - its landscape, its wildlife, as well as its way of life, we want to help you.
During 2022, Woodlands Holidays is offering a free, one-year membership to The Exmoor Society to guests who book three nights or more at Woodleigh Cottage or Woodlands House. (Terms & Conditions apply, see below).
By becoming a member of The Exmoor Society, you will
Show you care for this beautiful National Park and want to protect it for future generations
Help conserve the National Park as part of our nation’s heritage
Receive the Society’s renowned annual magazine - Exmoor Review
Have opportunities to meet and share experiences with other like-motivated members
Be kept informed about and connected to Exmoor via its email newsletters
Explore Exmoor via The Exmoor Society’s walks and talks programmes
Have access to Exmoor’s history via the Society’s archive and library, located in Dulverton
Have the opportunity to positively influence decisions affecting the future of Exmoor
The Exmoor Society
The Exmoor Society is the only membership organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting Exmoor for the benefit of all. It oversees and lobbies on issues to protect its landscape, wildlife, heritage, access and tranquillity.
The Society supports communities and traditional hill farming, sustainable tourism and businesses that can create employment opportunities, especially for young people and it is engaged with issues such as education and affordable housing.
During the year, The Exmoor Society runs a programme of events and activities. One of its most popular is its walks programme, encouraging visitors and local people to enjoy Exmoor’s landscape and history to develop a better understanding of how it can be protected for future generations.
You can learn more about The Exmoor Society, its work, membership and other ways to contribute at https://www.exmoorsociety.com/
* Terms & Conditions
The free first year membership to the Exmoor Society
is conditional on guests booking a stay of 3 nights or longer
will be provided to only one person among the guests booked
will be arranged once the stay has been completed and paid for
will be arranged only with the consent of the nominated person
Guests must arrange any renewal in subsequent years, directly with the Exmoor Society