See the fascinating past of this unique Exmoor town. Discover the story of the Red Deer and Granny Baker's cottage. Explore the Exmoor Oral History archive, old photos and films.
Did You Know?Dulverton was the birthplace of George Williams, founder of the YMCA.
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The Heritage Centre offers a summer programme of guided walks around Dulverton, which can be organised privately for groups and schools. Please call 07969243887 or email email@example.com for further information.
Our archive room gives access to the Michael Deering Exmoor Photographic Archive and to the Exmoor Oral History Archive. No appointment is necessary but if researcher wishes to talk to someone with specific local knowledge, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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The Guildhall Centre has a spacious, well-lit upstairs gallery that is available for hire to individuals or groups of artists and crafts people, clubs and societies, travelling exhibitions etc. The gallery has approximately 86 ft of wall space.
To enquire about using the space for your event please contact the Centre for more information.
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