Stover’s autumnal gold’s and red’s, which have been spectacular this year, are finally fading and falling now that winter has descended. The woodland birds will now have fewer daylight hours in which to feed. Normally many insects have gone into … Continue reading
November is the month when old man’s beard covers the trees and hedgerows. Late-flowering ivy, scabious and michaelmas daisy provides nectar for many insects before they hibernate for the winter. During October the weather stayed unseasonably warm with butterflies still … Continue reading
Devon County Council has adopted an environmental policy on preventing certain activities on all council property. The following activities are prohibited in Stover Country Park and on all other sites owned by Devon County Council: use of Drones Camping, including … Continue reading
Stover Country Park is working with landowners within the Historic Park, to provide new access routes, conserve the Grade ll* Listed Gatehouse and Templer’s 18th Century stables, restore historic views, remove the damaging sediment from Stover Lake, provide a … Continue reading
The Westcountry Rivers Trust were engaged by Stover Country Park and Natural England to suggest interventions that can be implemented to improve the quality of water entering the lake and improve the likelihood of the lake meeting the new water … Continue reading
Felling Operation Starting from the 25th January a felling operation will take place within the Park. A sections of the Park will be closed and access restricted for safety. The document below details the problem, solution and the timescales with any … Continue reading
A map is now available for the Stover Trail Cycle Route. Please click on the link provided.
Spring Events 2017