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8 What’s On December & January


16 & 17 December CHRISTMAS FAIR AT THE SHOPS AT DARTINGTON Celebrate Christmas with music, magic and a host of activities. 10am – 5pm. www.dartington.org


The Mill Club, Kingsbridge Guest speaker, wide variety of subjects. Meet every third Tuesday monthly. New members welcome. 10.30am. Tel: 01548 560984


19 January CLASS OF 1685 – MASUMI YAMAOTO & BORIS BIZJAK Dartington Hall Part of the season organized by the Totnes Early Music Society. 7.30pm. www.dartington.org.uk


20 January


17 December, 21 January, 18 February


GOOD FOOD SUNDAY Totnes The biggest monthly producers’ and farmers’ market in the Westcountry. Held on the 3rd Sunday of every month. 10am – 3pm. www. totnesgoodfood.co.uk


19 December, 16 January KINGSBRIDGE PROBUS CLUB


KINGSBRIDGE WILDLIFE WATCH – CONSERVING BIODIVERSITY Paignton Zoo


Special behind the scenes visit to Paignton Zoo with Head of Education, Steve Nash. Pre booking essential. 10.30am – 12.30pm. Email Claire watch.sl@field-studies-council.org


20 January STOKE GABRIEL WASSAIL Stoke Gabriel A magical evening of magic and merriment. 4 – 8pm. w


24 February


KINGSBRIDGE CHORAL WORKSHOP Kingsbridge Community College Day of singing Mozart’s Mass in C Minor, Directed by Alastair Durden. Cost £22. 10am – 5pm. Contact alastairdurden@gmail.com or 07724 486584.


23 – 27 January TAODS PRESENT BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Totnes Civic Hall The annual entertaining show. www. taods.com


3 & 4 February DARTINGTON COMMUNITY CHOIR CHORAL WORKSHOP Dartington Hall Two day residential choral workshop with guest conductor Scott Stroman. Tel: 01803 813268.


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