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Parke Estate Bovey Tracey Dartmoor TQ13 9JQ

01626 833234

admin@dpht.co.uk

We are receiving more and more requests for special visits –e.g. families bringing people in wheelchairs, or with limited mobility; or coming from far away and only able to visit on certain days.  We will ALWAYS try to offer a personal visit for any family or group (especially our Adopters) – we love to show visitors round the Centre, 

During the Summer holidays, we will be working with our ponies at times during each week, along with carrying out essential maintenance at the Centre.  If you would like to visit your adopted pony, please call us and if we can accommodate you, we will.  Enquiries about our Equine Assisted Learning work and bookings for our Guided Walks at Bellever are welcome via email all the time."

Please call us on 01626 833234 or email; admin@dpht.co.uk if you would like to speak with us to arrange a visit.

Next Open Afternoon 16th May 2020 1-3pm.

After a very busy year and with with a view to giving our ponies - and volunteers - a good break during the worst of the winter weather, we have decided not to have an Open Afternoon at the Centre now until the February half term.  We are therefore open again from 1-3pm on 16 February, at the beginning of half term.  

 

If you are an adopter or wish to visit to adopt a pony, please call us to see if we can arrange a special visit for you on a day when we have people at the Centre. Tel:  01626 833234"

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NEXT OPEN DAYS ARE SATURDAY 28th SEPTEMBER AND SUNDAY 20TH OCTOBER FROM 2-4PM

Find out about the work we do to help ensure a future for the Dartmoor pony on Dartmoor; meet our pony herd and talk to our wonderful volunteers about the work they do to support young people in our Equine Assisted Learning programme.
To find out more about the above, please contact the DPHT at admin@dpht.co.uk or call 01626 833234

May Open Afternoon Sunday 26th May 2pm - 4pm

Picnic area for all the family to enjoy,  and of course the fabulous Home Farm Cafe and beautiful walks at Parke Estate too.

Dogs on leads welcome.

Our Centre is fully accessible and our Open Days are suitable for everyone of any age and ability.

VISIT THE CENTRE IN THE EASTER HOLIDAYS Mon 15th & Tues 16th April.

We shall be open from 10am - 1pm on Monday 15th April and Tuesday 16th April. 

Come and meet our ponies, find out about our work and perhaps see some young ponies that will be in for handling.

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PLYMOUTH to National Trust Estate, Parke, Bovey Tracey

Enter A38 travelling north. About 26 miles.


Off at slip road onto Drumbridges roundabout. Second exit left onto A382 Newton Road towards Bovey Tracey. Travel 1.4 miles.


Enter roundabout and take second exit onto A382 Monks Way. 0.8 miles.


Enter roundabout and take first exit onto B3387.

PARKE IS 200 YARDS ON RIGHT.

EXETER to National Trust Estate, Parke, Bovey Tracey
Enter A38 travelling south. About 12 miles.


Off at slip road onto Drumbridges roundabout. Fourth exit left onto A382 Newton Road towards Bovey Tracey. Travel 1.4 miles.


Enter roundabout and take second exit onto A382 Monks Way. 0.8 miles.


Enter roundabout and take first exit onto B3387.

PARKE IS 200 YARDS ON RIGHT.

NEWTON ABBOT to National Trust Estate, Parke, Bovey Tracey
Enter A382 travelling towards the A38 at Drumbridges roundabout.


Third exit left onto A382 Newton Road towards Bovey Tracey. Travel 1.4 miles.


Enter roundabout and take second exit onto A382 Monks Way. 0.8 miles.


Enter roundabout and take first exit onto B3387.

PARKE IS 200 YARDS ON RIGHT.

 

George
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WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU SOON!

Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust Registered Charity No. 1109196
Telephone: 01626 833234 Email: admin@dpht.co.uk 

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