A Guide

The site is divided into discrete areas, looking at the history of theatre on Dartmoor, and how the performing arts have interpreted Dartmoor's ecology, history, folklore and communities. There is a schools section, which gives a platform for school pupils to create their own response to Dartmoor's ecology, history and folkore, along with their experience of what it is like to live on Dartmoor in the 21st century. Details about who we are and how the site was built can be found in the ABOUT US section, as well as contact information. Finally there is a LOGIN section which enables you to access the interactive elements of the site.

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Why register

Please take some time to browse around the site and explore - and remember, content is constantly being developed - so check back regularly.  For those who want to use the site more interactively, we welcome your contributions - all you need to do is go to the LOGIN section, and follow the instructions to register: you will then be able to add an article or contribute to the forum. The site is a living one, and needs your input.