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10 What’s On


Photography Tutor Phil Hemsley. £35. 10am – 4pm. Tel: 01803 520022.


29 April CHILDREN’S CRAFT ACTIVITY SESSIONS Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum Themed and inspired by the new Cookworthy porcelain exhibition, with the outreach team from Plymouth History Centre. 10.30 am – 4pm. Adults £1.00, children free, all activities free. www.kingsbridgemuseum.org.uk


30 April 2017 BLACKAWTON FESTIVAL OF WORMCHARMING Blackawton The event returns this year with entertainment, refreshments and worm charming for all the family. Check the website and facebook page for event details.


30 April SALCOMBE CRABFEST Salcombe Enjoy hands on demonstrations, crab picking tuition, commercial crab fishing talk, demonstration kitchen, crab pot making, music, wine tasting and much more! This year, Crabfest will be raising money for a fantastic local charity, First Responders. www. salcombecrabfest.co.uk


30 April – 7 May MAY FAIR WEEK Modbury Featuring stalls, music, performances and other entertainments. Contact Modbury TIC 01548 830159.


1 – 31 May DELAMORE ARTS 2017 Delamore Estate, Annual Arts and Sculpture exhibition taking place in this traditional Dartmoor agricultural estate house and gardens. www.delamore-art-co.uk


2 May KINGSBRIDGE JAZZ CLUB - KEVIN GRENFELL’S GIANTS OF JAZZ The Fisherman’s Rest, Aveton Gifford Open to members and non-members. Music starts at 7.30pm. Pub serves


The 20th Anniversary year for this ever-growing festival with its policy of ‘Music for All’. Over 100 performances with a wide variety of genres for a 3-day musical extravanganza. www. dartmusicfestival.co.uk


13 May DUSK CHORUS WALK Sharpham, Ashprington Come and enjoy the ‘dusk chorus’ with local expert Mike Langman. This event costs £12 for adults and £4 for children. Call 01803 732 542. 6.30 – 9pm. www.sharphamtrust.org


13 – 28 May KINGSBRIDGE & SOUTH HAMS ART CLUB SPRING EXHIBITION Kingsbridge Old Market Hall 10.30am – 3pm every day. Contact rkhanartist@gmail.com


real ales and food early on club nights from 6.30pm. Contact: Fred Dennis Tel: 01548 561005.


5 May DARTINGTON COMMUNITY CHOIR: VOICES OF REMEMBRANCE Great Hall, Dartington Owing to exceptional demand, Dartington Community Choir is pleased to announce this additional afternoon performance of Voices of Remembrance, by Devon-born composer Laura Rossi. 5pm. www. dartington.org Tel: 01803 847070


30 April CIDER & HOG FEST Kingsbridge Rugby Club Family entertainment including bouncy castle, tug-o-war, boules competition and wellie-throwing. Live music throughout the day, with local covers band “The Mannequins”. More information can be found on our Facebook page.


6 May WILD WALK Kingsbridge Event organized by New Dads group in Kingsbirdge. Children, boys and girls under 10 all welcome. Come and find signs of spring, track wild animals, forage and cook up some nettle soup. 1-4pm. Meet at Kingsbridge Information Centre. FREE


12 - 14 May DART MUSIC FESTIVAL 2017 Venues around Dartmouth


14 May EAST ALLINGTON FUN RUN Fun Run for all the family based at East Allington Primary School in memory of former teacher Claire Widdicombe. From 10am. Check facebook page for further details.


14 May OPEN GARDEN FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPICE SOUTH WEST Bowringsleigh, West Alvington The gardens will be open for viewing, with teas, refreshments, plant and cake stalls. Admission £4 per person, children free. 2 – 5pm. Tel: 01548 852774


18 – 20 May DEVON COUNTY SHOW


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