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July 18th, 25th, August 1st BRIXHAM PIRATE DAY Brixham Pirate Days are held during the Spring and Summer school holidays where the majority of shenanigans will be held under the Old Fish Market on Brixham harbour side.The voluntary group Brixham Buccaneers provide piratical fun for the young and young at heart, engaging with locals and visitors.


Every Weds: 25th July to 29th August MYSTERIOUS MINI BEASTS Slapton Beach Trailer Lying under logs and hiding in bushes, minibeasts can be found all around the nature reserve. Join us on an adventure to discover as many minibeasts as we


can. Meet at the Beach Trailer • Sen- sible outdoor clothing and footwear • I.D. guides will be available for purchase


August 1st & August 8th BUSHCRAFT slapton Ley Field Centre Test your survival skills as you learn how to light fires and build shelters on a walk around Slapton Ley. Meet at Slapton Ley Field Centre. 2pm – 4pm. Booking Essential. Sensible outdoor clothing and footwear essential. Phone 07967 497 624


August 2nd – 4th TORBAY STEAM FAIR Churston showfield Come and view the wonderful working steam engines, vintage and classic cars, lorries, military displays, market stalls


and so much more! 10am – 5pm. www. torbaysteamfair.com/


August 3rd – 4th SKIM FESTIVAL 2013 preston sands Skimboarding is an exciting sport to be part of, so come along to compete or watch the skills and tricks, with family and friends. Saturday starts off the weekend with sign in time at 10.30am on the beach by the boathouse for all competitors with demos and events starting shortly after. For info contact Kieron on 07711 331999


August 4th CRAB DAY STREET PARTY Dartmouth Quay The Crab Street Party is a major part of the South Devon Crab Festival with over 400 people cracking crabs with local chef, Mitch Tonks. Alongside the delicious food and drink there will be music and entertainment for all. Tickets £20 12pm – 4pm. For further info contact www. visitsouthdevon.co.uk


August 5th POND DIPPING Slapton Beach Trailer From scorpions to snails, or damsels to dragons, there are lots of exiting creatures to discover on a pond dip in Slapton Ley. Wellies recom- mended but can be hired. I D guides will be available for purchase. 2pm - 4pm


August 5th -11th TORBAY LIFEBOAT WEEK Torbay Lifeboat station Brixham Lifeboat and Station become the focus of interest in this annual event. This local fundrais- ing event is a fun packed week with events including Sailing Races, Angling Competitions, a chance to view Torbay’s Lifeboat station and lifeboat and the ever popular Sea Safety Display.


August 6th DARTMOUTH CASTLE THROUGH THE AGES: CIVIL WAR 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, go back to the Civil War! Enjoy talks, dem- onstrations and children’s sword drills for all our junior solidiers!


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