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Latest press releases
“I have been hit with sticks, I have had stones thrown at me and I have been spat at” – our tenant farmer issues a plea for visitors to help protect his livelihood.
We catch up with Tara Vaughan-Hughes, Food Lead for Dartington Trust, whose culinary influences are inspired by her native home in rural Vermont, USA.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve meet the Office For Students requirements for course quality, academic standards, student support, student protection and more.
Everyone at Dartington has been saddened at the news of the death of dancer, teacher and choreographer, Mary Fulkerson, a major influence in the development of New Dance, and leading figure in dance at Dartington College of Arts from 1973 to 1985.
Research in Practice is part of our social justice arm, and is dedicated to supporting evidence-informed practice with children and families, young people and adults. Find out more about their work in this visual presentation of their recent activity. (Links to researchinpractice.org.uk)
The Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of three new trustees to further strengthen their board and help shape Dartington’s work over the coming years.
We are delighted to be able to announce that the future of Dartington Hall Trust has been secured today with the sale of Broom Park and Sawmills West.
Soundart Radio, a community arts partner of the Dartington Trust, is inviting people to get in touch with them to record history in the making.
Work to repair the Old Postern, a Grade II* listed 15 Century building and home of Schumacher College, has now begun.
Schumacher College’s medieval parsonage, once home to the half-brother of Richard II and also to the celebrated botanist William Keble Martin, is among the latest buildings to be added to annual Heritage at Risk Register.