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What’s On EVENTS • MUSIC • THEATRE • OUT & ABOUT


WALK & TALK (every Thursday am). For more information contact John Salmon, Dartmouth Volunteer Walk leader on 07570 848446 or via email at walkandtalk@talktalk.net.


9 March – Hoodown Woods, Kingswear


16 March – Snowdrops at Staverton circular 23 March – Kingswear circular 30 March – Hillhead to Kingswear 6 April – Torcross to Beesands circular 13 April – Blackpool Sands to Venn Lane 20 April – Broadsands Beach to Brixham 27 April – Bluebells at Gallants Bower


1 – 31 March MARMALADE MARCH Café Alfresco, Dartmouth Alfs are cooking up their favourite preserve this month welcoming all to come and try out their home-made sticky orange stuff. Tuesdays and Wednesdays - complimentary toast & marmalade. www.cafealfresco.co.uk


March 12 & 19 April Every Weds & Sun plus Easter: Fri 14th - Mon 17th incl. Start Point Lighthouse Come visit the lighthouse and take a guided tour. 11am – 4pm. www. startpointdevon.co.uk or Tel: 01803 771802.


3 March, 7 April BRIXHAM FOLK CLUB Brixham Theatre First Friday of every month in The Lounge. Organised by Anne and Steve Gill with help from Maggie Duffy and John Miles. Admission £3.


7.30- 10pm. For more info tel: John Miles on (01803) 8583947


4 March BRIXHAM COMEDY GROVE Brixham Theatre Another night of classic professional comedy, hosted by resident MC, Cerys Nelmes, with three guest comedians. 8 – 10pm.


8 March THE PROBUS CLUB OF STOKE FLEMING & DISTRICT Lunch Talk by Steve Hopper - ‘Owls & Hawks’


11 March, 1 April TORBAY FAMILY ORCHESTRA Torre Abbey, Torquay Come and Join the new Torbay Family Orchestra run by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BS0). 10am – 1pm.


11 March FOOD & GARDEN FESTIVAL Rattery Village Hall With the a theme of ‘Plot to Plate’, come along and enjoy browsing the Plant and Garden stalls and local food artisan stalls at this one off event organised by Devon Women’s Institute ladies. 10am – 4pm.


11 March NATURE CONNECTION WALK Occombe Farm A chance to take more time to connect with the natural environment – by bringing our full attention to the present moment, using our senses, some silent walking, short meditation & nature observation. 2 – 5pm. £15. Tel: 01803 520022


11 March, 8 April DARTMOUTH FARMERS’ MARKET Market Square, Dartmouth Local produce for local people from a local source. 9am – 1pm 15 March CHARITY EVENING – DARTMOUTH CARING Spice Bazaar, Dartmouth Annual fundraising evening for Dartmouth Caring. 7.30 – 11pm. Tickets £30 including 3-course meal and fizz. Tel: 01803 835384.


18 March ME TIME – THE LESSER SPOTTED THEATRE COMPANY The Guildhall, Dartmouth Written by Ross Purdy and directed by James Osben, is an all-too relatable comedy with a healthy dollop of farce. 7.30 – 9.30pm. Tickets from ticketsource website.


19 March DAVID KNOPFLER WITH HARRY BOGDANOVS Dartington Hall, Totnes 40th Anniversary Tour with music from David Knopfler - founder of Dire Straits.


19 March, 16 April GOOD FOOD SUNDAY Totnes The Biggest monthly producers’ and farmers’ market in the Westcountry. Held on the 3rd Sunday of every month. 10am – 3pm. www. totnesgoodfood.co.uk


21 March, 18 April GUIDED TOUR OF SHILSTONE HOUSE Guided tour by resident archaeologist Abi Gray exploring history of the site


Don’t forget... Our website also has full event listings and highlights of what’s on locally - bythedart.co.uk


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