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Join a group of wonderful musicians in Dulverton’s beautiful All Saints’ Church on Sunday 10th July for a special Woodwind Concert in aid of the church’s clock repair fund.

The concert will feature music from 1522 to 2022, with members of the Taunton Clarinet Quartet, The Fabulous DARE Ensemble, saxophone solos, unusual instruments and a piano duet.  Something for all music lovers in a very good cause.

Doors open from 7pm and entry is free. The concert commences at 7.30pm.


All are welcome to All Saints Church in Dulverton on Sunday 17th July at 3pm for a wonderful concert of 18th Century dance music by the unique South West Baroque Orchestra.  With a delicious cream tea to follow!

Proceeds will go towards the Clock Fund and advance bookings are available from Dulverton Post Office.  Admission includes the cream tea – £15 adults; £10 students; Under 12’s free.

Enquiries to 01398 323462 or email ajeffries15@icloud.com

Join award winning illustrator, writer and poet Jackie Morris at Seven Fables, Dulverton. Best known for The Lost Words and The Lost Spells produced in collaboration with Robert Macfarlane, Jackie will be resident ‘in the kitchen’ at Seven Fables, painting, sharing tales, gilding stones and signing books.  Her visits with us are always magical so do  join us.

No need to book, just call in!

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Dulverton by Starlight is a magical event held every year, open to all free of charge. Every December the pretty Exmoor town of Dulverton is decorated with Christmas trees festooned with lights, and for one Sunday many of the shops are open for people to do some local Christmas shopping. Festivities take place all afternoon and into the evening, including street entertainers, live music and festive stalls – with fireworks planned again for 2022!  Don’t miss this traditional, festive occasion – marking the beginning of Christmas every year in Dulverton, Exmoor.

For more information, visit Dulverton by Starlight

An exciting afternoon of music of all genres to be held on the Exmoor Lawns, Dulverton in celebration of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.  Generously sponsored by Dulverton’s Oggies Music and Exmoor Distillery.

For all the information of all that’s going on and to reserve your tickets if required, visit Dulverton Jubilee

April 2nd is the date for what it is hoped will be the first in a series of classical music concerts in Dulverton.  Caroline Clipsham will give a recital of piano pieces including works by Chopin, Beethoven , Brahms and Rachmaninov.


Caroline has won numerous scholarships and prizes during the course of her lifetime in music.  She has performed at the Wigmore Hall  and St. John’s, Smith Square in London as well as in performances around Europe, Canada , New Zealand and Eastern Europe.


The venue for the recital will be the premises of Exmoor Studios, in the centre of Dulverton.  The building is a converted bank which has been re-purposed as a recording and performance space, with broadcast quality sound and lighting equipment.  It is a small, intimate space and the organiser, Nigel Penfold, believes that it is particularly suited to solo performances of classical music.  The performers will not be distanced from the audience, and the personal contact between the music, the player and the audience will be enhanced.


Copies of Caroline’s CD’s and DVD’s will be available for purchase at £10 each.


Tickets are £15.00, to include a glass of wine and can be purchased from www.bookwhen.com/classic.

Doors will open at   7.30p, and the performance will begin at 8 p.m. prompt.

There will be an interval and the recital will finish at about 9.30pm.


Hefted is a play told through nine stories embedded in the landscape, history and psyche of rural life, presented by four actors who conjure a score of characters between them, interspersed with song and a spectacular soundscape.

All nine stories explore the notion of being ‘hefted’ – deeply connected to the land.

The stories of those who live in the countryside are rarely heard or heeded; this play opens the door for those stories to be shared.

“A powerful, intense and gripping production that transformed our village hall into a window onto our landscape.” “You could almost smell it – of course you couldn’t, but you could, if you know what I mean”. “I was so engrossed that I nearly leapt up and joined in – and I’ve never been on stage in my life!”

Written by the wonderful South West based playwright David Lane who understands our region and performed by Devon theatre company, Multi Story, this highly recommended production is rooted in our rural culture and times.

We continue to have the safety of our audience at the front of our minds and will continue to follow all government guidance and regulations. As we go to press, we will continue to offer a reduced number of tickets to ensure social distancing, good ventilation and encourage face masks to reassure the more vulnerable people in our community. All actors and accompanying technical staff will have had a negative lateral flow test result before the production. If we have to cancel, we will offer a rescheduled event or reimburse your ticket.

Organised by Dulverton Development Forum in partnership with Take Art – quality guaranteed!

Tickets £10 available from Dulverton Post Office, online  https://takeart.org/event/multi-story-theatre-company-hefted  or contact Jan Ross 01398 323818, janaross2003@yahoo.co.uk

An evening at Holworthy Farm, Wimbleball Lake, Dulverton with a presentation by Jo Richardson FRAS of Space Detectives. Take the opportunity to look through a telescope (weather permitting) during the evening; see an amazing Astrophotography Gallery and get some advice as to how to take night photographs.

£25 per person to include a hot supper, tea/coffee. Limited spaces. Email holworthyfarm@aol.com for more information.

Exmoor is Europe’s first designated Dark Sky Reserve and is still regarded as the best place to stargaze in the UK.  During the annual Exmoor Dark Skies Festival around 50 events, suitable for all ages, will take place all over Exmoor National Park. Events are run by the Exmoor National Park Authority, businesses and groups and can all be booked individually with the relevant organiser. Keep checking the webpage below for details.

Don’t forget that you can hire telescopes all year round from the Exmoor National Park Centre in the centre of Dulverton.

Join the Dulverton Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre for a guided walk around Dulverton.

Take a tour through Dulverton’s historic past. Listen to stories and learn of some secrets from days gone by.  Meet outside the Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre at 3pm. £5 per person. Polite dogs free!