Exmoor Perambulation

Walk for Wildlife

Exmoor Perambulation 2020!

Saturday 20th June 2020

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Saturday 20th June 2020
15 or 30 mile route
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Join Team Wild and Walk for Wildlife!

Saturday 20th June 2020

Immerse yourself in the spectacular scenery and ancient heritage of Exmoor National Park whilst raising money for wildlife!

Organised by Channel Events, the Exmoor Perambulation is a self-navigated circular long-distance walk dating back over 725 years. A historic event that traces its origins back to the time of Edward I.

You’ll Walk for Wildlife over 15 or 30 miles on one of the most challenging walks in the Exmoor annual calendar. The route follows the boundary of the Royal Forest at the time of its sale in 1818 and includes areas not normally open to the public. 

Completing the full perambulation is a huge achievement, but you also have the option to take part in the 15 mile half distance option, or the 15 mile Ultra Run! How wild do you want to get?

Registration details

The registration fee is £25 and we'll support you every step of the way with fundraising tips and advice. If you raise over £150, you'll also get your own personalised ‘Team Wild’ t-shirt.

Make sure you choose the SWT ticket option when you sign up so we can send you a fundraising pack, and, if we get 50 signs up, Channel Events will kindly donate 10% of your registration fees to Somerset Wildlife Trust. 

Registration fee: £25
Sponsorship target: £150

Find out more about the walk and sign up below.

How your fundraising helps

Being part of Team Wild is so much more than running a marathon or hiking a mountain, it is your chance to save wildlife for the future, and I’m here to support you every step of the way. 

It costs us almost £2,000 a day to manage all of our reserves, so every penny you raise will really help our wonderful wildlife here in Somerset. 


could pay for providing water for livestock grazing a 10 hectare grassland reserve for a whole year.

Livestock grazing - Ed Marshall


could pay for the materials needed to install or replace a gate.

Comma butterfly {Polygonia c-album} resting on field gate, Denmark Farm, Lampeter, Wales, UK. June 2011. - Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION


could pay for a chainsaw for to help our Reserves Team manage Ash dieback.

Chris Gomersall/2020VISION

We'll support you!

When you join Team Wild, I’ll be here to support you from the moment you register, on the lead up to your challenge and after your big day, to help you reach your personal and fundraising goals. 

You’ll receive:

Fundraising advice from Kate, our Community Fundraising Manager
A fundraising pack filled with top tips and ideas
A Team Wild t-shirt if you raise above £150
Regular updates on how your fundraising makes a difference

Run, walk, swim, ride, whatever you choose to do, join Team Wild and do it for wildlife!

I’m looking forward to welcoming you to the team and would love to hear from you.

Get in touch

Thank you on behalf of all at Somerset Wildlife Trust for your interest in Walking for Wildlife. 

I'd love to hear from you so if you have any questions, please get in touch.

Email: kate.wilson@somersetwildlife.org or call: 01823 652404

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