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6 EW COPY! What’s On


WALK & TALK KINGSBRIDGE Every Wednesday (easy walks) and


every Monday (moderate walks). All walks free and everyone welcome. Check website for routes. Tel: 01548 856766 or email vivienne3000@gmail.com. www.walkingforhealth.org.uk


19 December CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT Kingsbridge Community Garden 6pm with mulled wine & mince pies.


Until 21 December CHRISTMAS GIFTS EXHIBITION Hannahs at Seale Hayne, Newton Abbot The resident artists have put together a seasonal selection of gifts including cards and stocking fillers, handmade treats. All supporting Hannah’s charity work. 10am – 5pm. Free Entry. www.discoverhannahs.org


5 – 17 December


PRESENT MAKER: SOUTH HAMS ART FORUM Harbour House, Kingsbridge A richly varied exhibition with a Christmas theme. www. harbourhouse.org


5 December KINGSBRIDGE JAZZ CLUB – THE BEN HOLDER QUARTET The Fisherman’s Rest, Aveton Gifford Members’ Christmas Party. 7pm. Ticket only event for subscribing members only. Contact: Fred Dennis Tel: 01548 561005.


If you have a community event coming up and would like it listed here in The Post, please email details to: emma@southdevonmagazines.co.uk


EVENTS • MUSIC • THEATRE • OUT & ABOUT


3 – 24 December SANTA EXPRESS FEATURING SLEEPING BEAUTY Dartmouth & Steam Railway A festive journey on the steam train with mini pantomines, santa, princesses and mulled wine and mince pies. Various dates and times. www.dartmouthrailriver.co.uk


St. Peter’s Church, Stoke Fleming A display of over 30 trees decorated by different Stoke Fleming organisations. Friday 10am – 6pm, Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm followed by closing service.


8, 9, 10, 15, 16,17, 22 & 23 & 29 December WINE TASTINGS Michael Sutton’s Wine Cellars, Dartmouth Open House with wine tastings and Bin Ends sale between Christmas and New Year. 11am – 3pm. Tel: 01803 770737 www.michaelsuttonscellar.co.uk


9 December AUCTION OF PROMISES IN AID OF ASH RESCUE CENTRE The Guildhall, Dartmouth Fundraising event for this local charity. 7.30pm. Tel: 07815 824932


10 December DARTINGTON COMMUNITY CHOIR: ELIJAH Dartington Hall Mendelssohn’s fiery and impassioned oratorio conducted by Simon Capet with Dartington Sinfonietta and soloists. 7.30pm. Tel: 01803 847070


Until 30 December THE GIRL WITH THE IRON CLAWS Dartington Hall A captivating, dark fairy tale which shares its roots with Beauty and the Beast. www.dartington.org


2, 16 December, 6 & 20 January KINGSBRIDGE FARMERS’ MARKET Everything you’d expect from a Farmer’s Market and more. 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. Contact: 01803 861267. 9am – 1pm. Tel: 01803 861267


3 December HARBERTON CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND ART FAIR Harbertonford Village Hall Harbertonford’s well-known craft and art fair offers a variety of stalls. 10.30am – 4.30pm.


5, 12 & 19 December TOTNES CHRISTMAS MARKETS High Street A diverse and eclectic mix of Christmas stalls. 3.30 – 9.30pm.


6 December WEST ALVINGTON SINGERS’ CHRISTMAS CONCERT St Edmund’s Church, Kingsbridge Traditional and modern carols. 7.30pm. Tickets £10 on the door. www.alvingtonsingers.org.uk


7 December LECTURE: STRUMPETS & NINNYCOCKS: ELIZABETHAN NAME CALLING Devon Rural Archive, Shilstone House An illustrated talk by Dr Todd Gray. 7 – 8.30pm. Tel: 01548 830832. abi@ dra.uk.net


8 – 10 December STOKE FLEMING CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL


12 December DARTMOUTH FATSTOCK SHOW Market Square, Dartmouth The day the country comes to town. A show with cows, sheep and an impressive display of dressed poultry. Tel: 01803 863888. 9am – 2pm.


13 December WEST ALVINGTON SINGERS’ CHRISTMAS CONCERT Holy Trinity Church, Salcombe Traditional and modern carols. 7.30pm. Tickets £10 on the door. www.alvingtonsingers.org.uk


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