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November 27th – December 23rd GIANT CHOCOLATE FUNDRAISER Café Alfresco, Dartmouth Our charity for 2013 is the Dartmouth & District Indoor Pool and to round off our year of fundraising (over £1500 this year so far) we will be giving you the chance to win a handcrafted Christmas chocolate masterpiece from Cockington Chocolate.


November 27th – January 5th MAKE 2013 – CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS FOR CHRISTMAS Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracy


With a broad range of items, materials and prices, the Guild’s Christmas exhibi- tion showcases over 60 of the best contemporary crafts makers from across the UK. Tel: 01626 832223.


November 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th THE PICKWICK PAPERS Palace Theatre, Paignton Bijou Theatre Productions is delighted to continue their homage to Charles Dickens with a presentation of Pickwick Papers. Box Office: 01803 665800.


WALK & TALK DARTMOUTH (every Thursday am) November 28th Chillington to Torcross December 5th Paignton seaside circular December 12th Hoodown Wood, Kingswear December 19th Kingswear circular – estuary and river views


December 26th & January 2nd No walk For more information contact Griselda Guthrie, Dartmouth Volunteer Walk leader 01803 834762.


November 29th KINGSWEAR CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON Outside Railway station and in Village Hall Friendly village event with carols from the school children and mince pies and Santa in the Village Hall. 5.30 – 6.30pm.


November 29th NIGHT SKY OBSERVERS sharpham House, Ashprington


EvEnts • music • thEatrE • out & about For a complete list of What’s On locally


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A programme of monthly observa- tion sessions, talks and open discus- sions exploring the night sky and our relationship with it – led by Mike Cooke. 6.30pm. Adults (£7) Children (£5). Book via email: bookings@sharphamtrust.org or 01803 732542.


November 29th CHARITY EVENING WITH JAKE MOORES Royal Castle Hotel, Dartmouth Come join us for 3-course meal and a glass of fizz to hear from Jake Moores (ex Commodore of BRNC) on his “Life & Experiences as a submariner”. All in aid of Dartmouth Caring. Book tickets” 01803 835834.


November 30th ELIZA PRICE INTERIORS OPEN DAY eliza Price Interiors, Kingswear Thinking of having some new soft fur- nishings in the future? Come over to our new show/work room in Kingswear and see what we produce whilst enjoying a glass of fizz. Plenty of parking. 11am – 5pm www.elizaprice.co.uk


November 30th ST GEORGE’S CHRISTMAS MARKET Dittisham Village Hall A Christmas market selling everything you could need for Christmas. 2 – 4pm.


December 1st LANTERN MAKING WORKSHOP Dartmouth Academy A chance to make your own willow lan- tern for the Candlelit Dartmouth parade on the 7th December. 10am – 4pm www.candlelitdartmouth.co.uk


December 8th HARK ELL’S ANGELS SING st Thomas’ Church, Kingswear A festive celebration in song. 4pm. Contact Kingswear Village Shop for more details.


Dec 2nd, Jan 6th, Feb 3rd FUNDRAISING BINGO NIGHT FOR DARTMOUTH INDOOR POOL Townstal Community Hall Come & join in the fun for a bingo night in aid of the Dartmouth Indoor Pool Fund. First monday of every month. 6.30 – 9pm. www.thedip.org.uk


December 3rd DEMENTIA ‘FRIENDS’ TRAINING River View Care Home, Dartmouth Dartmouth Dementia Alliance provide training with Kate Ladd & John Foulkes. Lunch provided. 9.30am – 12.30pm. Tel: 01803 835384.


December 3rd D& K SOCIETY: DEVON UNDER WATER – THE 2012 FLOODS & FUTURE RISK The Flavel, Dartmouth Talk by George Arnison from the Envi- ronment Agency in Exeter. All welcome. 7- 9.30pm. Tel: 01803 834184


December 3rd, 10th, 17th LATE NIGHT CHRISTMAS MARKET Market square, High street & The Plains, Totnes A very popular local event with lots of different stalls and late-night shopping too. With performances from local schools, choirs, local bands, drummers, lantern parades and a Santa’s grotto - delicious food, local cider and mulled treats. Contact: Jo Sweet 07773 280739 totnesnightmarket@yahoo.com


December 3rd, 5th GLYNDEBOURNE TOUR 2013 – HANSEL & GRETEL Theatre Royal, Plymouth Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel has long cast its musical spell over audiences of all ages. The score vividly evokes the magical world of fairy-tale, and Laurent Pelly’s deliciously witty production injects a modern twist into this enchanting classic. Box Office: 01752 267222.


December 4th – 7th GLYNDEBOURNE TOUR 2013 – L’ELISIR D’AMORE Theatre Royal, Plymouth Set in an idyllic vision of a southern Ital- ian village square, Annabel Arden’s stag- ing of L’elisir d’amore distills the essence of Donizetti’s most intoxicating comedy into a vintage blend of sparkling high spirits and heart-warming sentiment. Box Office: 01752 267222


5th December – 18th January THE LITTLE RED HEN Theatre Royal, Plymouth An adaptation of the nursery favourite, featuring a host of animal puppets, sing- along songs and comic routines. It’s a


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