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“The Hound of the Baskervilles” – photographic exhibition

April 27 - June 6

Photo copyright Chris Bloodworth

An exhibition devoted to The Hound of the Baskervilles is at the Dartmoor National Park Visitor Centre, Princetown, from April 27 to June 6.

Places in the famous novel by Arthur Conan Doyle, written in 1901 and inspired by Dartmoor’s unique landscape, are being brought to life by local photographer Chris Bloodworth.

It’s also an opportunity for people to visit the place where Conan Doyle stayed while writing the iconic crime mystery! The exhibition is free to visit.

Chris, who lives near the national park, said he was pleased to be showing his work. “I live nearby and have been lucky enough to work on projects celebrating the landscape’s beauty,” he said.

“Dartmoor inspires so many with its diverse, bleak and beautiful landscape. It’s easy to see why it inspired Conan Doyle.” Rebecca Martin, Dartmoor National Park Authority’s visitor services manager, said: “Chris has exhibited his work with us before and we’re delighted to welcome him back. People can discover more through his exhibition then venture outside and explore the wonderful open landscape around Princetown. It will make for a great adventure into Dartmoor’s landscape and the famous story inspired by it.”


April 27
June 6
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