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18th


April


JOe brOwn in COnCert Overview


princess theatre, torquay premier rock ‘n’ roll legend Joe brown goes from strength to strength as his contemporary achievements continue to gather momentum. His ‘very best Of’ album achieved a gold record for a massive 100,000 sales and was on the UK charts for eight weeks staying four weeks in the top 20. in September the same year his 50th anniversary was celebrated with a wonderful sell- out show at the royal Albert Hall. box Office: 0844 871 3023


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March CAMelliA wAlK


greenway Join greenway’s knowledgeable gardeners for a tour of the beautiful Camellia garden. See the lovely spring colour and learn about the history of the garden, followed by delicious soup, rustic roll and coffee in the café (included in price). Adult £8, plus


normal admission. Call 01803 842382 for details


15th March


Five eleMent nAtUre wAlK beesands


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Join lynne Kenderdine, Shiatsu practitioner & Conservationist as she walks one of her favourite routes in the AOnb. learn about the Five elements, in Chinese Medicine, in the natural world and in ourselves. wear warm clothes and bring lunch. Adult £10


7th April DArt gig ClUb regAttA


Dartmouth the Dart gig Club, who organise this event, operate two gigs, ‘volante’, and ‘lightning’, with both having been built locally. gig racing is a vibrant and inclusive team sport that is the fastest growing rowing activity in the South west. Amongst the rowing world, gig racing is considered the ultimate test in ‘fixed-seat’ rowing. the regattas are tough, but friendly, competitions and


attract many spectators. 15th


April DiSCOver birDS


Kingsbridge At Higher Farm in beeson, we have our very own bird hide on widdecombe ley in beesands, and have long been part of the nationwide rSpb Cirl bunting project. Starting at the Underwood Discovery Centre, walking down to the ley and back exploring the bird habitats and species native to the area. bring a packed lunch to enjoy on


yl n o CanoeAdventures 01803 865301 .co.uk At Tuckenhay not far upriver from Dartmouth


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this pretty organic farm after the walk. 21st


22nd April


DiSCOver birDS beeson, Kingsbridge


Delights in the woodlands with living and natural sculptures, through hidden views and things unseen we bring to life a chestnut, oak and sycamore coppice. A weekend of art and nature, with a large hanging gallery of prints, sketches and drawings. workshops throughout the event. refreshments provided. See www.underwooddiscoverycentre. com for more information. Adult £5, child £2.50. booking essential call 07877319105 or email info@ underwooddiscoverycentre.com


22nd April


plAnt HeritAge Spring plAnt FAir


Team Children


Civic Centre, totnes the Devon branch of this national charity is bringing together upto 20 west Country nurseries selling healthy, interesting and sometimes unusual plants. nursery owners happy to give


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