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


1st – 31st May DELAMORE ART & SCULPTURE EXHIBITION Cornwood, South Devon Buy one of the many pieces created by local, national, and international artists. £6.50/adult - under 16s free. 10.3a0am to 4.30pm.www.delamore-art.co.uk 01752 837236.


July 1st - August 30th OVERBECK’S ANNUAL SCULPTURE EXHIBITION Overbecks, National Trust


July 4th WELSH NATIONAL OPERA CHAMBER CONCERTS Torre Abbey An evening of spectacular cabaret with leading playwright Peter Oswald, poets such as Alice Oswald and music from Jonny Fluffypunk.


July 5th MEET YOUR MP, DR SARAH WOLLASTON Horizon, Redoubt Hill, Kingswear Come to a Summer Garden Party and meet your local MP. Open to all. Tickets £10. Cash Bar and raffle. 6 – 7.30pm. Tickets £10. Contact:John Crozier 01803752618, johnfcrozier@btinternet. com Kingswear Conservatives.


July 5th- 14th CHUDFEST Chudleigh 10 day extravanganza with literary festival, comedy club, ball, concerts and exhibition. All followed by a week of carnival activities. Visit website for details. http://chudfest.co.uk/


July 5th – 15th WAYS WITH WORDS Dartington Hall A major event in the national literary calendar, a vibrant 10 day festival of words and ideas.


July 5th POETS FRIDAY Cockington Court POETS friday is a quarterly event of poetry readings on a chosen theme, in the beautiful setting of Cockington Court. We are fortunate to have many talented poets in South Devon who delight us with readings of thier work and well known favourites. Contact: Deborah Treliving 01803 411142


July 5th SAX APPEAL @ BLACKPOOL SANDS


Blackpool Sands Fundraising night for Childrens Hospice South West with Music by Sax Appeal and organic buffet. Tickets £16.50 from the Flavel Box Office or No 11 Clothing. 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


July 6th – 7th DARTMOUTH CLASSICS WEEKEND River Dart All classic and traditional boats of all rigs and ages are welcome to this weekend of friendly racing and social events. There will be racing on both sides for all rigs - with a parade of sail on Saturday morning - and a cruising programme for those not so keen to race. Dartmouth Classics brings together the first weekend of the Classic Channel Regatta and the 50th Jubilee Race of the Devon Old Gaffers Association. Check website for further information www. dartmouthclassics.org.uk


July 6th SHARPHAM ESTATE SUMMER OPEN WEEKEND Sharpham House Vineyard Join us in for a look around the House, Vineyard, Winery, Farms & walled gardens. Crafts, music, swimming pool, activities & walks. Cafe & refreshments on site. No dogs please. Free Bob the Bus service running all day from Totnes. Check website for full details.www. sharphamtrust.org/ From 10.30am.


10th July KINGSWEAR CASTLE PICNIC CRUISE Town Quay, Dartmouth Enjoy a picnic on a river cruise on this historic local paddle steamer. Bring your own picnic, licensed bar on board.


Tickets £17.50 per person.


July 19th - August 3rd STOKE GABRIEL CARNIVAL 2013 Stoke Gabriel A fun filled fortnight with music and entertainment for all the family including Pig racing, the Millpool Challenge, coffee mornings, crab catching and a Children’s Pirate Festival on Tuesday 30th July. Event information Janet Bolt 01803 782260


July 19th- 20th CHAGSTOCK Whiddon Down Chagstock is one of the Westcountry’s best-loved festivals. Set in 45 acres of farmland on the northern edge of Devon’s beautiful Dartmoor, Chagstock is renowned for its stunning location, diverse line-up of artists & family- friendly atmosphere. Chagstock showcases the very best music, food & entertainment that the Westcountry & the UK have to offer. All weekend tickets include 2 nights of camping, access to all music & on-site events, and car parking. Day tickets are also available, Tickets are available from www.chagstock.info/ buy-tickets


July 20th – 27th KINGSBRIDGE FAIR WEEK Kingsbridge An action packed traditional town fair full of music and entertainment with a long list of events including the famous carnival procession, funfair and fireworks. For more information contact the website www. kingsbridgefairweek.co.uk/ or email info@kingsbridgefairweek.co.uk.


July 20th MUD TO MASTERPIECE Occombe Farm Collect different soils from around the farm, grind them up to make pigment and make your own water based paints, then use your paints to create a masterpiece. All materials provided, all children to be accompanied on this session. £2 per child - drop in any time between 10am - 3pm. No booking required. Phone 01803 520022


July 21st LONGBOW CANOE FESTIVAL River Dart, Totnes 3rd Totnes Rotary Longbow Canoe Festival, supported by Canoe Adventures and Dart Totnes Amateur Rowing Club. Free Admission. Family fun and excitement. Live entertainment, food, drink, stalls. Colourful ten-strong crews race, four by four, in locally built Longbow Canoes, for chosen charities. 12pm – 6pm.


July 21st TOTNES GOOD FOOD SUNDAY Totnes The Biggest monthly producers’ and farmers’ market in the Westcountry.


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