• Newsletter June 2019

    The rhododendron is pretty spectacular at this time of year along with the yellow azaelias which flower along the lake path. The flag iris is turning the marsh from green to gold. Summer flowers are at their best this month. … Continue reading

  • Newsletter March 2019

    Spring has arrived at Stover and it won’t be long before many of the animals that have hibernated over the winter will start to emerge. Look out for the white blooms of blackthorn (blackthorn flowers before it comes into leaf) … Continue reading

  • Newsletter February 2019

    Just as winter is at its dreariest the wildflowers are starting to pop up. Snowdrops and celandines have been in flower for several weeks, and in sheltered spots keep an eye out for dog’s mercury and primrose. Coltsfoot and sweet … Continue reading

  • Restoring Stover’s Historic Park

      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

  • Felling Operation

    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

  • Devon Tourism Awards Bronze Winners

    On Thursday 10th Stover Country Park was invited as finalists to the Devon Tourism Awards ceremony. As a results Stover was awarded a Bronze Award in the Access and Inclusivity category. Congratulations goes to all the finalists and winners?