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Sensible outdoor clothing and footwear recommended. 8:00 am - 10:00 am Sorry no dogs. Binoculars useful though not essential. Phone 07967 497 624


July 27th DEVON PERIOD CREATURES CREATIVE WORKSHOP Berry Head 380 million years ago the landscape here looked very different and was inhabited by some strange creatures. Come and make your own weird and wonderful early land life from sculptors’ wax, wire and wood etc and find out about the animals which first lived on the land. All materials provided, all children to be accompanied on this


session. Meet at Artillery Store Drop - drop-in sessions. £2 per child, £4 per family. No need to book - just turn up! Phone 01803 520022


July 27th FAMILY FUN DAY & COWTOWN CARNIVAL 2013 st Mary’s park, Brixham Brixham’s annual summer extravaganza. A family fun day with stalls, entertainment, dog show, baby show. The event finishes off at 6.30pm with a carnival procession through the town this year accompanied by the Exeter Pipe Band. www.cowtowncarnival.org. uk/


Fast Rabbit Farm


Garden created in sheltered valley with natural stream. Several ponds and lake, partially wooded, rockery, extensively planted, extends to 12 acres plus new woodland planting and walks. Car park. Some level walks


July 28th TOTNES AND DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOW Totnes Showground One of the best and biggest of the one day shows in the country showcasing life and all that is wonderful in the South Hams. There are exciting demonstrations, displays and parades in the Main Ring. Also includes a Home & Handicrafts marquee, Craft Tent, Food Hall and a large Trade Stands section offering a wide choice of goods and services. You can purchase tickets in advance from any of our 3 Visitor Information Centres in Torquay (open all year), Paignton or Brixham


July 28th DARTMOUTH IN BLOOM Dartmouth Learn how the Britian in Bloom organisation works and how Dartmouth has become a national finalist in the competition. A walk around the Royal Avenue Gardens and Dartmouth. 10:00 am - 11:30 am


July 28th TOWN CRIERS’ COMPETITION Dartmouth Town Criers’ Competition on the Bandstand in Avenue Gardens. 11:00 am - 1:30 pm


NOW OPEN DAILY, ALL YEAR ROUND (see website for details) Admission £3.50, Children 50p Parties welcome by appointment Disabled: please phone prior to visit


Open Sundays 11am-5pm March to November Bank Holiday Mondays


Admission £3.50, Children 50p


Monthly guided walks with local naturalist (call for details) PLANTS FOR SALE


Parties welcome by appointment. Disabled: Please phone prior to visit www.fastrabbitfarm.co.uk


PLANTS FOR SALE


July 29th - August 2nd YOUNG SPIRIT SUMMER CAMP The Raleigh Estate A week-long summer camp with 5 days of exciting activities including bushcraft, climbing, abseiling, canoe- ing, campfire cooking, night walks and more. Includes 2 nights overnight camping. martin@spirit-of-adventure. co.uk Boys & girls aged 8 - 14 £220 per person 01822 880277


Strawberry Valley, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 0NB www.fastrabbitfarm.co.uk


Ash Cross, Dartmouth Tel: 07813 504490


Tel: 07813 504490 BTD033


July 29th – 30th DARTMOUTH CASTLE THROUGH THE AGES: TUDOR Dartmouth Castle From Tudor to Victorian times Dartmouth Castle has played a part in and witnessed some momentous times in the history of England. Join us as we step back in time to explore a different era from the castle’s history. This week immerse yourself in all things Tudor with authentic displays from the period, storytelling and craft activities for all the family. Also, find out more about Tudor armour and weapony, including an impressive firepower display, on the hour throughout the day. 11am – 5pm Tickets available to purchase at the site on the day - price includes entry to event and Dartmouth Castle.


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