Keep Dartmoor Free to be Wild

From the Right to Roam Campaign

Rally against the Dartmoor Camping Ban

On Monday December 12th we’ll be holding a rally outside the Royal Courts of Justice as the case attempting to ban wild camping on Dartmoor is heard. 

We need your support! See below for ways to get involved by rallying, camping in solidarity and sharing your stories: 

📢 Join the London Defend Wild Camping Rally at the Royal Court of Justice in London on Monday 12th December at 12 noon. Hear from the activists, poets, hikers, writers, musicians and young people for whom wild camping has been an essential form of inspiration and connection to the natural world. Please spread the word, and sign up here. 

✨ If you can’t make it to London, join a rally on Dartmoor on the 11th December at 11am in Princetown, at the monument in the visitor centre car park. Rally will be followed by a guided walk to Kings Tor.

⛺ We are calling for solidarity wild camps over the weekend of the 10th/11th December and into the following week when the court case is to be heard. Head out into your local patch and pitch up. Share your experiences and support using the hashtags #TheStarsAreForEveryone and #SaveDartmoor

 Share your stories of what wild camping on Dartmoor means to you, on Robert MacFarlane’s Twitter thread here, or elsewhere online using the hashtag #TheStarsAreForEveryone

These stories will become very important as we go into 2023. Whether the case is won or lost, we will continue to campaign for responsible wild camping.

⬇️ Download social media friendly graphics for your own publicising and posts, here.

📄 Printable London event flyer here:

For more information about the case:

‘Landowner to launch legal fight that could end Dartmoor wild camping’

‘The Battle to Save Wild Camping on Dartmoor’ 


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