Seems it has all changed again...
This also includes the firing dates for up to June 2018.
It is the responsibility of the individual when checking that you have read the correct date(s) on your day(s) of walking.
IF THE RED FLAGS ARE FLYING DO NOT ENTER THE FIRING RANGE
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Dartmoor 6 week firing notice week commencing 30 April 2018
Updated 30 April 2018
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Warning signals, red flags by day and red lamps by night, indicate that live firing is taking place within the range boundaries, which are marked by red and white poles. When warning signals are displayed do not cross the range boundary. If the warning signals are not hoisted by 0900 (Apr-Sep) or 1000 (Oct - Mar) no live firing will take place that day and any bangs you hear will be blank cartridges or fireworks. DAY firing is between sunrise and sunset. NIGHT firing is between sunset and sunrise. Flags are lowered as soon as live firing ceases.
For updates on the firing programme ring Freephone 0800 458 4868 or visit the website
https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... -programme
For updates on the firing programme ring Freephone 0800 458 4868 For further information on the Armed Forces' interests in Dartmoor, contact: TSO Dartmoor Training Area, Okehampton Camp, Okehampton EX20 1QP, 01837 657 210
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DO NOT TOUCH ANY MILITARY DEBRIS - IT MAY BE DANGEROUS NOTE LOCATION – INFORM TSO OR POLICE
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