Dulverton Weir & Leat Conservation Trust
Traders Cottage, 8 Weirhead, Dulverton TA22 9DH
The Dulverton Weir and Leat Conservation Trust has emerged and grown from the efforts of local people and wider interest groups who have been working to save Dulverton’s medieval weir and leat from collapse, restore them to good condition and conserve them for future generations. We became registered as a Charitable Trust in 2016.Both Dulverton Weir and the Leat are of significant national historic interest and form what is referred to by experts as an ‘Urban Watermill Landscape’. The leat has been recognised by some in academic circles as ‘the best preserved medieval leat in England’ and the weir is built using an oak stake and boulder technology, first introduced into the UK by the Normans and used throughout the medieval period.
Westcountry Angling Passport
Westcountry Rivers Trust. Rain-Charm House, Kyl Cober Parc Stoke Climsland PL17 8PH
The Angling Passport Scheme offers fishing for wild brown trout, sea trout, salmon, grayling and coarse fish in unrivalled surroundings. There are 29 beats available as Token Fisheries and also the extensive Dartmoor Fishery on the East and West Dart and tributaries. In addition, Westcountry Angling Passport tokens can be used at all of the South West Lakes Trust Fisheries and also on most of the other Passport Schemes around the UK. Tokens are bought in books of 10 valued at £3 per token with Token Fishery beats ranging from 2 to 5 tokens per angler per day. The Dartmoor Fishery operates on a day, week or season ticket basis starting at £10 for a day’s brown-trouting; tokens can be used as payment or part payment to purchase Dartmoor tickets.
River Exe & Tributaries Association
Iain C Stewart Hunter. (Tresurer) Stone Lodge, Stone Lane Wheddon Cross TA24 7BU
RETA is the one voice of the river that seeks to act as the guardian of the River Exe and its riverine ecology --- its fish, (especially salmonids), its flora and and its fauna - 'from moor to sea',