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6 What’s On


WALK & TALK KINGSBRIDGE Every Wednesday (easy walks) and every Monday (moderate walks). All walks free and everyone welcome. Check website for routes. Tel: 01548 856766 or email vivienne3000@gmail. com. www.walkingforhealth.org.uk


Various dates in April & May START POINT LIGHTHOUSE Come visit the lighthouse and take a guided tour. 11am – 4pm. www. startpointdevon.co.uk or Tel: 01803 771802.


1 – 14 April SHOP LOCAL EASTER EGG HUNT Salcombe Pick up an entry form from Salcombe TIC and go hunting in our local shops to complete the form and return it to Salcombe TIC to collect your free Easter Egg,


1 & 15 April, 6 & 20 May KINGSBRIDGE FARMERS’ MARKET Everything you’d expect from a Farmer’s Market and more. Contact: 01803 861267. 9am – 1pm. Tel: 01803 861267


2, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15 & 29 April ROCKPOOL SAFARI Wembury Marine Centre Join Wembury Marine Centre for a guided tour of some of the best rockpools in Britain. 10am – noon. 01752 862538


4 April KINGSBRIDGE JAZZ CLUB - JOHN MADDOCKS JAZZMEN The Fisherman’s Rest, Aveton Gifford Open to members and non-members. Music starts at 7.30pm. Pub serves real ales and food early on club nights from 6.30pm. Contact: Fred Dennis Tel: 01548 561005.


6 April FAMILY OPEN DAY Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum Free circus skills workshop with Flotsam the Fool, activities, craft demonstrations and refreshments. 10.30am – 4pm. Children free, adults £1. www.kingsbridgemuseum.org.uk


7 – 9 April GRINAGOG FESTIVAL 2017 Torquay A new festival for Torbay - one weekend of mudless festival mischief by the sea! www.grinagogfestival. com


8 April WILD FOOD FORAGE Slapton Ley Field Centre Taste your way through the National Nature Reserve on a wild-food themed walk, searching for edible plants of the hedgerow and woodland. 10.30am – 12.30pm. Call 07967 497624.


8 & 9 April SOUTH WEST HOME & GARDEN SHOW Westpoint, Exeter The region’s leading home and garden events which brings together the best of the regions interiors, garden, renewables, self-build and lifestyle products and services all under one roof. www.


southwesthomeshow.co.uk


9 April HERITAGE & SPRING GARDEN OPEN DAY Sharpham House, Ashprington Come and find out about Sharpham’s history and see beautiful bulbs in bloom at our Heritage & Spring Garden Open Day. 10.30am – 4pm. www.sharphamtrust.org


If you have a community event coming up and would like it listed here in The Post, please email details to: emma@southdevonmagazines.co.uk


EVENTS • MUSIC • THEATRE • OUT & ABOUT


9 April MARK BEBBINGTON PIANO RECITAL Dartington Hall A programme of romantic masterpieces for piano composed by Beethoven, John Ireland and Chopin. Charity recital for Citizens Advice South Hams. 3pm www.dartington. org


11, 28 & 26 April,9 May RACE DAY Exeter Racecourse, Haldon Hill Come along and join the excitement and races. Exeter.thejockeyclub.co.uk


12 April SEASHORE ADVENTURE Slapton Ley Field Centre Imagine being shipwrecked on an island and use your very best survival skills to stay alive. Tel: 07964 497624 1.30 – 3.30pm.


12 April MAKE WAY FOR EASTER All Angels Church, Stokenham Easter gardens, bible stories and singing, chocolate nest making, prayer tree, painting, colouring, gluing and sticking! Toddlers & children aged 5 – 10. Ample parking, refreshments, all children must be accompanied by an adult. 12.30 - 5pm.


14 & 15 April GIN FESTIVAL Torquay Riviera Centre The UK’s largest gin festival comes to Torquay. www.ginfestival.com


15 April, 28 May OPEN GARDEN Woodcot, Salcombe Treasure hunt for children. 11am – 4.30pm. Coffee, tea & cakes. Plants for sale. Limited parking. Dogs on leads please. In aid of Age UK.


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