Dartmoor National Park

celebrating our latest partnership

With our factory nestled on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, we couldn't be happier to now be supporting the wonderful work done by the Dartmoor team in their mission to conserve its natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage. With over 450 miles of walks and adventures in open moor, wooded valleys and along rivers, it's the perfect place to enjoy with your four-legged friend.

The National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act was passed in 1949 resulting in the first National Parks in the UK being designated in 1951 – Dartmoor was one of four areas of land to receive National Park status that year.

To commemorate the anniversary, Dartmoor National Park are running an action-packed programme of events. From letterboxing to navigation, and storytelling to caving, there is something for everyone and all ages to get involved with. To find out more about what's happening click here .

Love moor life

The Dartmoor Rangers team care passionately about conserving the environment on Dartmoor; it’s a unique protected landscape with rare wildlife and free roaming livestock and ponies.

Help them to keep Dartmoor special by following their Ranger Code when walking with your dog – if they spot you following it, you could receive an on-the-spot reward of our delicious mini love treats, or even a lead, or poo bag holder!

Dartmoor ranger code

  • Close gates behind you
  • Use a designated campsite, or check the Dartmoor National Park website for info on where to camp
  • Share the roads & bridleways
  • Keep your dog on a lead
  • Bag up litter and take it home with you
  • Don't feed the ponies

Donate for Dartmoor

Dartmoor has 450 miles of public rights of way and any amount you can donate will help the team look after its stunning landscape - home to so much history of so many can continue to be loved for years to come. Here are some examples of what your donations can do:

  • £10 helps to add more information to signposts so that you know where you are going - no one wants to be lost on the moor!
  • £5 helps to look after the habitat of many species including the Southern Damselfly
  • £10 pays for materials for five House Martin nests
  • £10 helps to conserve amazing archaeological features across the landscape
  • £20 can clear bracken from a hut circle to show ancient life on Dartmoor
  • £30 will repair one metre of footpath so that you can explore more, safely with your human, and four-legged families

Saturday 6th April