A big warm hug to some lovely friends of the Slow Adventure Company. Thank you for flying the Slow Adventure Co. flag so energetically and enthusiastically. We love y'all too.


National Trust (North Devon)

National Trust is a charitable body that was founded in 1895 to protect places of historic interest and natural beauty and make them accessible to the nation. In North Devon the National Trust look after much of the coast between Lynmouth and Welcombe and large tracts of countryside including parts of West Exmoor and Morte Point.

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Ordnance Survey (#GetOutside)

Ordnance Survey (OS) is Britain's mapping agency. They make the most up-to-date and accurate digital and paper maps of the country. In 2015 OS launched their #GetOutside campaign to inspire people from all walks of life and all ages and abilities to spend a little more time outside. And our founder, Tor McIntosh, has been selected to be an OS #GetOutside Champion along with 14 fellow outdoors enthusiasts.

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Ernest Journal

Ernest is a blog, iPad magazine and biannual printed journal for curious and adventurous gentlefolk. It is a guide for those who appreciate true craftsmanship and the care that goes into making, who are fascinated by curious histories and eccentric traditions and who care more for timeless style than trends.

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South West Coast Path Association

The South West Coast Path Association is a registered charity working to conserve the 630-mile Coast Path to ensure it is one of the best walks in the world. They also fund vital improvement projects to protect the Path for future generations – it costs at least £1,000 for every mile to keep it open, in good shape and clearly signed. We are proud to be a South West Coast Path Association Business Member.

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Nature Links

Nature Links is a Community Interest Company (CIC) that spreads the love for the outdoors and empowers children, families and educators to have exciting adventures connecting with nature. The folk at Nature Links believe children should be in natural surroundings and that learning through play is a critical part of young people's development.

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