Our Arts and Ecology group spent a day on Dartmoor last week. Grimspound Bronze Age village and Wistman’s Wood – a magical area of twisted, dwarfed trees, smothered with lichen, ferns and mosses, that had somehow managed to push their way up through the Dartmoor granite. We spent an hour in silence here – basking in the spring sunshine, relaxing.
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