Interest came from Widecombe history group in North Hall Manor as a result of RAF aerial photograph 1946, showing crop marks in a field called North Hall Moor. These are due to be investigated and interpreted using geophysical surveys. From the remains of the Manor orchard we have started making farm cider. Below the flower-rich meadows lie 18 acres of remarkable woodlands & wetlands nurturing a wealth of wildlife including the very rare Marsh fritillary butterfly and Bog hoverfly on the rhos pasture. Remains of ancient tin workings are found on site.