WATCH Lewis Winks from campaign group The Stars Are For Everyone talk about Tuesday's wild camping court appeal and the future of access on Dartmoor.

Dartmoor National Park Authority took their appeal over the legal right to wild camp to the Royal Courts of Justice yesterday, with over a hundred people rallying outside the courts to show their support.

The appeal follows a legal battle between the Park Authority and landowner Alexander Darwall last winter, in which Darwall successfully convinced the court that the legal right to camp on the moor never actually existed, despite it being commonly believed that the right had been enshrined in Dartmoor’s byelaws since 1985.