• Dulverton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulverton Coordinates. Dulverton is a small town and civil parish in the heart of West Somerset, England, near the border with Devon. The town has a population of 1,408. [1]
  • Dulverton - What's On Exmoor?

    www.whatsonexmoor.co.uk/exmoor_dulverton.htm Dulverton Guide to Dulverton in West Somerset. Dulverton is known as the Southern gateway to Exmoor. There are many places to stay in and around Dulverton, B and Bs ...
  • Dulverton - Visit Somerset

    www.visitsomerset.co.uk/explore-somerset/dulverton-p277713 Dulverton can be considered to be the Southern gateway to Exmoor. The town stands between the rivers Barle and Exe which converge a mile or so down the valley.
    • Dulverton Waste Management

      dulverton.com.au Dulverton Waste Management are leaders in holistic waste management in Tasmania. A local solution for commercial waste disposal and meeting the community’s current ...
    • Dulverton Somerset - History, photos, tourist attractions ...

      www.somersetguide.co.uk/Dulverton Dulverton Somerset information, acommodation, attractions from the Somerset Guide. Dulverton is one of the main towns of Exmoor situated on the south edge of the moor.
    • Dulverton

      www.dulverton.org Home: The Dulverton Trust is an independent grant-making charity and company limited by guarantee. We award grants directly to UK registered charities including those ...
    • Combe, Dulverton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combe,_Dulverton Combe is a historic estate situated in Somerset, England, situated between the town of Dulverton and the village of Brushford
    • Exmoor - Dulverton National Park Centre

      www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/enjoying/.../dulverton-national-park-centre Information about the National Park Centre in Dulverton, including opening times and contact details.
    • The Bridge Inn, Dulverton.

      www.thebridgeinndulverton.com The Bridge Inn is a country pub in Dulverton - the gateway to Exmoor. It dates from 1845 and sits on the beautiful River Barle.
    • Guidelines - Dulverton

      dulverton.org/guidelines.htm Guidelines: We provide single year grants over a one-year period and occasionally longer-term support (up to 3 years) to registered charities, including those ...