Save this date for National u3a Day
The pottery has teamed up with the charity Friends of the Dartmoor Hill Pony to create the Dartmoor Hill Pony Exhibition.
Joss will talk about the history of ponies on Dartmoor from the stone age to the present day, how the hill ponies have evolved to be able to survive there all year round, how they help create a home for wildlife and about the ancient ebb and flow of 'wild' ponies on the moor's commons.
Joss Hibbs has been resident potter at Powdermills since 1999, having been taught to throw pots on the potters wheel by Richard Phethean, and having completed two years of ceramics at the University of Westminster.
Meet in Lydford Car Park to walk the Saxon Walls and Fernworthy Down.
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Meet on roadside near Oakley Cottage on Plaster Down for a circular walk around Pew Tor.
Marjorie's take will focus upon how she advises clients as they contemplate a move into a different phase in their lives, be it a change in their health or employment. This includes considerations about where people live and how they fund their lives currently and will do so in the future, such that their needs are met and their wishes of bequeathing assets to relatives, can be achieved. The talk will include reference to examples of her work.
For more information on Marjorie visit the Kitsons' website.
Park at Lowery Cross for a Burrator View Walk. Lowery Tor, Leather Tor, Devonport Leat and possible ice cream stop at Burrator Dam
A circular walk from Helebridge along the coast to Bude and back along the Canal.
Coffee before we start at the Weir Restaurant, bring a packed lunch.
Leaders Jennie and Chris
CONTACT JENNIE OR CHRIS FOR PARKING INFORMATION
Meet at Okehampton Station. Walk to the castle, Simmons Park and Fatherford.
Start at Prewley just above the cattle grids. Walk to Sourton, Cleave and under the Lake Viaduct. Easy moorland, footpaths, lanes and old railway. Possible tea shop stop.
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