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24 6 – 7 JULY


Glas-denbury A much-loved, small but perfectly formed bit of magic in the heart of the Devon countryside. A family-friendly weekend of colour, happiness, music and arts for family and friends. www.glas-denbury.co.uk 7 – 13 July Sharp’s Doom Bar Salcombe Merlin Week Popular week of sailing for Merlin Rocket boats and their owners.


13 – 15 JULY


Kingsbeer Festival 2018 The 5th annual festival with unrivalled views across the Dart. Over 60 ales and ciders to sample with live music and a BBQ. www.kingsbeerfestival.com


21 – 28 JULY


Kingsbridge Fair Week Fun for all the family with live music, a grand carnival procession and much more! www.kingsbridgefairweek.co.uk


24 – 28 JULY


Dartmouth Shakespeare Week This year the Inn Theatre Company will return to Dartmouth Castle to perform the classic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream. www.theinntheatrecompany.co.uk


28 JULY – 25 AUGUST Dartington International Summer School & Festival A heady mix of professional and amateur musicians who come together in the unique and creative environment of Dartington Hall to learn, listen and make music. www.dartington.org


29 JULY


Totnes and District Agricultural Show One of the biggest one-day shows in the country representing life in the wonderful South Hams. This year the event celebrates its 100th year. www.totnesshow.com


3 – 5 AUGUST


Torbay Steam Fair Now one of the biggest events on the English Riviera this is a fantastic


opportunity for all the family to enjoy wonderful working steam engines, vintage and classic cars, market stalls and military displays. www.torbaysteamfair.co.uk


4 AUGUST


Woofstock Dartmouth Dartmouth’s Coronation Park will once again be full of our favourite four-legged friends with activities, displays and all things doggy. www.woofstock.co.uk


5 – 10 AUGUST


Salcombe Gin SYC Regatta Races in a range of classes in the beautiful Salcombe Harbour. www.salcombeyc.co.uk


8/9 AUGUST British Fireworks Championships – Plymouth Displays from six professional teams, along with a fun fair, thrill rides and live music. www.britishfireworks.co.uk


11 – 18 AUGUST


Salcombe Town Regatta A week of celebration in the picturesque town and harbour, with sailing races, air displays, wonderful fireworks, local food and live music! www.salcombeinformation.co.uk


18 AUGUST


Dittisham Regatta A fun-filled family event welcoming locals and visitors alike, both on and off the water. www.dittisham.org.uk/regatta


25 – 29 AUGUST


Torbay Royal Regatta Torbay hosts thrilling sailing races, firework displays, rowing championships, air displays and running races – an incredible weekend on the beautiful English Riviera. www.torbayroyalregatta.co.uk


30 AUGUST – 1 SEPTEMBER 174th


Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta


Thousands of people flock to Dartmouth for whaler rowing races, sailing competitions, family entertain- ment and air displays. www.dartmouthregatta.co.uk


1 SEPTEMBER


Kingsbridge Agricultural Show This is a fantastic day out for all the family offering classes in Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Homecraft, Young Farmers, Horticulture, Floral Art and Domestic pets. www.kingsbridgeshow.co.uk


8 SEPTEMBER


Fishstock Festival Brixham hosts a one day celebration of seafood, fishing and maritime heritage with displays of fresh fish, cooking demonstrations, live music and more. www.fishstockbrixham.co.uk


15 SEPTEMBER The International Agatha Christie Festival – Torquay Agatha Christie’s birthday celebration event www.agathachristiefestival.com


19 - 21 OCTOBER


Dartmouth Food Festival This bustling and exceptional free event celebrates the Best of all the South West food and drink. Featuring a unique mix of celebrity chefs, par- ties, food markets, tasting shacks and demonstrations - not to be missed. www.dartmouthfoodfestival.com


30 NOVEMBER – 1 DECEMBER


Candlelit Dartmouth A weekend of Christmas markets, street entertainers, and carol singing with BRNC Volunteer Band, all build- ing up to the lantern processions through the town with children and families lighting up the streets with festive cheer. www.candlelitdartmouth.co.uk


1 DECEMBER


Kingsbridge Celebrates Christmas A day of festive fair with live entertainment and plenty to fill the Christmas stockings. www.kingsbridgecelebrateschrist- mas.com


11 DECEMBER


Dartmouth Fatstock Show All are welcome to come to The Pannier Market in Dartmouth to meet the farmers and their animals in this annual event.


Don’t forget bythedart.co.uk has more info and up to date listings of local events


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