Autumn Walking Festival 1st – 4th October
Rohan Dunster have joined forces with the Exmoor Walking Festival & Exmoor Adventures to host a weekend of walking, mountain biking and even a spot of wine tasting. An added bonus will be 15% off our latest kit at our Dunster shop.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary the North Devon & Exmoor Walking Festival really does have something for all abilities. Whether you are a purist looking for a challenging route, prefer to incorporate a steam train journey or possibly a tasty lunch on one of the food festival walks there really is something for everyone.
Walks Cost between £5 and £16
You can book online www.exmoorwalkingfestival.co.uk or by telephone 01271 863001
Dan French from Exmoor Adventures will be offering two mountain biking trips from the Dunster shop. All equipment will be provided.
Sat 2nd Oct 9.30 am – 12.30pm – intermediate level
Sun 3rd Oct 1.30 – 4.30pm advanced level
Places cost £12 per person – including bike & helmet hire. To reserve your place please call the shop on 01643 822264 or drop in and speak to one of the team.
Wine production is dependent on the great outdoors from soil, climate & situation to the great deal of necessary technical expertise, no wonder we at Rohan are partial to appreciating the occasional glass. Dunster’s resident expert, Cliff Nicholson, who has almost 40 years experience in the wine industry will present a number of wines for tasting at the Dunster shop on Saturday 2nd Oct between 7-8pm.
Numbers are limited & places are free. It’s going to be ona ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served basis so please call the shop on 01643 822264 or drop in and speak to one of the team in order to book your place.
Terms & Conditions
Places are limited and will be issued on a ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served basis. Once issued tickets for events can not be refunded, sorry. All participants join in any activity at their own risk and it is their responsibility to divulge any medical history that may affect their participation. Rohan reserve the right to refuse admission to any event.