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, 27th


August COASTEERING


Ansteys Cove, Torquay If you’re in search of an adrenalin rush there’s no better way to explore the Geopark coast than through this coasteering adventure. An instructor will lead you on a trail where you’ll experience the exhilaration of negotiating rugged coastlines, swimming across inlets, scrambling across cliffs and – for the brave - taking part in adrenalin-fuelled jumps into deep water. Tel: 01803 520022


19th August, 16th September TOTNES GOOD FOOD SUNDAY


Market Square, High Street, Totnes The biggest monthly producers’ and farmers’ market in the West country with over 50 traders each month. www. totnesgoodfood.co.uk


19th August & 9th September CATCH AND COOK


Torquay Harbour You’ll be taken on a morning boat trip mackerel fishing, and then off to Occombe Farm Cookery School where the sous chef from the Michelin-starred Elephant Restaurant will show you how to turn your catch into a culinary


masterpiece. While at sea, you’ll be accompanied by a ranger from the Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust who’ll provide a fascinating commentary on the coastal landscape of the English Riviera, its wildlife, its fish stocks and why the area is recognised by UNESCO as a Global Geopark. 9am – 3pm. Cost: £70, to include two course lunch. Booking: Essential on 01803 606035


22nd August PONDEMONIUM Coleton Fishacre, Kingswear


Take the opportunity to explore the underwater world of Coleton Fishacre, with the expert help of one of our Gardens team, or with one of our intrepid Rangers. Admission fee applies. Just turn up! www. southdevonaonb.org


23rd August & 6th September MUSSELS BY MOONLIGHT


Inner Harbour, Brixham An unforgettable evening boat trip exploring our amazing Geopark coast with a marine ranger who will tell you more about the local geology and will help spot dolphins, seals, seabirds and other amazing marine life. As the sun


goes down enjoy a dish of delicious local mussels and crusty bread cooked up by expert chef David Jones of Manna from Devon Cookery School. 7.15pm – 9.15pm. £25 adults / £10 children. Booking essential on 01803


606035 or www.occombe.org.uk. 29th


August


WILDWISE’S SCHOOL FOR EXTRAORDINARY KIDS


Dartington Hall Estate Outdoor activity for kids. At Dartington Halll Estate, 10am-4pm. A day of challenges, skills, crafts, foraging, cooking and adventures for kids who love messing about in the woods, dreaming of forest rogues and bandit queens. £30. Please contact the office to make a booking or for further enquiries Info@wildwise.co.uk, 01803


868269, www.wildwise.co.uk. 8th


– 23rd September


DEVON OPEN STUDIOS The annual artists’ open studios event takes place across Devon. Last year over 19,000 visits were made to the studios, and this year is even bigger with 300+ artists across 60 venues taking part - all featured in the 72- page free event guide published in


Please mention By The Dart when responding to adverts. To advertise here, please call 01803 835740 or email mark@bythedart.co.uk


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