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20 THINGS TO DO TOTNES & DISTRICT SHOW


Rabbits, Poultry, Terrier Racing, Family Dog Show and Lamb Shearing


Trade Stands and Craft Marquee, Food Hall, Falconry, Pets Corner, Live Music, Historic Vehicles, Children’s entertainment and lots more...


Trade & Lifestyle Stands, Craft Marquee, Food Hall, Falconry, Tug of War,


Pets Corner, Live Music, Historic Vehicles, Children’s entertainment and lots more...


Great Court Farm, Berry Pomeroy, Totnes


“The Chariots of Fire” Stunt Carriage Driving Displays, Andrei Burton Mountain Bike Trials Shows, Grand Parade, Cattle, Sheep, Horses, Unaffiliated Show Jumping, Side Saddle and Carriage Driving, Rabbits, Poultry, Terrier Racing, Family Dog Show and Lamb Shearing


Squibb Freestyle Motocross Stunt Displays, Andrei Burton Mountain Bike Trials Shows


Grand Parade, Cattle, Sheep, Horses, Donkeys, Unaffiliated Show Jumping, Side Saddle and Carriage Driving


Don’t miss this year’s Totnes & District Show on sunday 28th July. This annual event includes a plethora of exciting demonstrations, displays and parades. All day entertainment includes “The Chariots of Fire”, Grand parade of Livestock and equine winners, terrier racing, pony club mounted games, falconry, woodland and rural skills, lamb shearing, vintage cars and agricultural machinery, mountain bike trials shows and much more! There will be cattle, sheep, horses, Llamas, Alpacas, poultry and rabbits. visit the pets’ corner and cheer on the ferrets racing. shop in the craft marquee, lifestyle pavilion and large trade stand area. Listen to the live music and watch chefs demonstrate within the Food Hall. Free park and ride from Totnes!


SUNDAY, 28th JULY 2013 Tel: 01803 732813


SUNDAY, 29th JULY 2012 Enquiries: Show Secretary, Tel: 01803 732813


Email: showsecretary10@totnesshow.com www.totnesshow.com


email: office@totnesshow.com www.totnesshow.com


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Following her refit locally at Old Mill Creek, Pilgrim of Brixham has become a regular sight on the river. pilgrim has been meticulously restored to her former glory by a dedicated group of volunteers and craftsmen. she has now become the jewel in the crown of Brixham’s Heritage sailing fleet! she now offers a variety of traditional sailing holidays and specialises in classic sailing holidays and charters for groups and families as well as individual adventure seekers. Their exciting programme of classic sailing holidays, charters and events vary from 12 day extended sailing holidays to mini cruises and day-sails through to exclusive whole boat charter, corporate events and entertaining. see their website pilgrimofbrixham.co.uk for more details.


Adventure Beckons Aboard the Fully Restored Traditional Brixham Trawler ‘Pilgrim’


Classic Sailing Holidays, Skippered Charter, Day and Half-day Sails for groups and families as well as individual adventure seekers.


Our exciting programme of classic sailing holidays, charters and events vary


from 12 day extended sailing holidays to mini cruises and day-sails through to exclusive whole boat charter, tailor-made corporate events and entertaining.


BOOK NOW ON 01803 858148 www.pilgrimofbrixham.co.uk


A Warm Welcome Awaits You as Soon as You Step Aboard!


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