Exmoor is a parish within the District Council of West Somerset, comprising of 20,344 acres with an electorate of approximately 150 and a population around 200. Exmoor also gives its name to the electoral ward, which includes the parish of Exford. Exmoor is most well known for its status as a National Park, and as a tourist attraction. Hence this category includes links to other localities commonly associated with Exmoor, including those to the west and on the south west boundary which are included in the county of Devon.
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An organisation formed by local people to fight for a traditional way of life. Information on the rural community, hill farming, red deer, Burns Inquiry, news, press releases, rally and statistics.
A loose-leaf encyclopaedia of information on every aspect of life on Exmoor supplied voluntarily by the community and business.
Guide to Exmoor National Park, with information on its attractions, events, tourism, travel and accommodation.
Exmoor Search and Rescue Team
Volunteer search and rescue team covering North Devon and Somerset, including Exmoor National Park. News, background and links.
A registered charity dedicated to the conservation, protection and enjoyment of Exmoor National Park. Includes news and events.
Archive of 1891 census, map from 1900, with links to old postcards and neighbouring parishes, maintained for genealogy research.