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Coming up at Dartington

deerNEW: Deer Park

Experience 700 years of history with our new forest trails – and you might even glimpse our fallow deer…

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lalalandTotnes Early Music Society

Various dates. From early Medieval to elegant baroque, explore the new season of TEMS concerts.

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camp dartingtonNEW: Camp Dartington

Wake up to stunning views of Dartmoor at our beautiful new campsite.

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Current projects

Just a small selection of developments from across the Dartington estate. Visit Our work to explore everything that we do.

Dartington is changing

The Dartington Hall Trust is currently going through a time of significant transformation. Visit our ‘Dartington is changing’ microsite to find out more about how we are working towards a new strategy and approach at Dartington. Read more

Deer Park restoration

Latest news on ongoing work to repair and conserve the historic 18th century Grade 11 listed Deer Park Wall on the estate. Read more

The Plantation

A groundbreaking new self and custom build housing project in Dartington Read more

Refugee and asylum support

We are part of a network offering practical support and welcome for refugees and asylum seekers in South Devon. Read more

Queen's Marsh restoration

A project aiming to create a wetland home for a vast array of wildlife, for the learning and enjoyment of current and future generations. Read more

Aller Park rooms reopen

Register now for this new, community-led project bringing two rooms back into use for artists and practitioners. Read more

Latest News

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Actors from the Natural Theatre Company as the Champernownes, who commissioned the original Deer Park wall in 1738.

Dartington Deer Park wall to be removed from Historic England’s ‘Heritage at Risk’ register

A 14th century deer park wall on the Dartington Hall estate that was in danger of being lost forever is to be removed from Historic England’s ‘Heritage At Risk’ register after repair and conservation works. Read More >>


The Shops' Product of the Week

We’re very excited to announce that our Toyshop is now a Lego stockist! Ignite your child’s creativity with our large range of brick-based playsets in store or buy the Yellow Submarine online. Read More >>

Freshly-cast pewter arrowheads and their rubber mould, as created by KEVICC students

Secondary students’ arrows ready to fly in Dartington Deer Park education programme

Over 220 students from King Edward VI Community College (KEVICC), Totnes, have been spending time on the Dartington estate as part of a project combining historic and contemporary craft skills. Read More >>

Blogs from around the estate

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wild sea triptych by Sara Gilbert

Interview with an artist, #3: Sara Gilbert

This week, Jo has been talking to Sara Gilbert, a Devon-based artist known for her paintings of the sea who exhibits at The Mason-Laurence Gallery at Dartington. Read More >>


Arts Lab blog: Latest updates from the Lab

It’s been a busy fortnight at Arts Lab, as Sara juggles the building of the Lab’s new website with the Lab's first programme of workshops, artists’ meetings, talks and exhibitions. Read More >>

Andrew Lacey's illustration for Mary's Guardian pamphlet

The Unicorn and the White Hole

Dartington's bookbinding tutor, Mary Bartlett, takes another look back into Dartington Hall history and how it fuels her ongoing interest in the symbolism of the unicorn. Read More >>

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