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8 What’s On EVENTS • MUSIC • THEATRE • OUT & ABOUT


WALK & TALK (every Thursday am). For more information contact John Salmon, Dartmouth Volunteer Walk leader on 07570 848446 or via email at walkandtalk@talktalk.net.


8 March Hoodown Woods Kingswear


15 March Stoke Fleming to Dartmouth


22 March Dartmouth Castle & coves circular


29 March Hillhead to Kingswear


5 April Torcross to Beesands circular


12 April Dart riverside and Dartington Cider Press circular


19 April Fountain Violet Farm


26 April Bluebells at Gallants Bower


6 – 11 March


SPRING EXHIBITION Harbour House, Kingsbridge An exhibition of painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography and printmaking by selected members of Devon Artist Network. Tel: 01548 854708. www.devonartistnetwork. co.uk


7 March FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN ADOPTION EVENT


Buckfast Abbey Learn about becoming an adopter. 10am – 12noon. Tel: 01364 645480. www.familiesforchildren.org.uk


7 March A SLEEP CYCLE OF POETRY Dartington Hall Bring pillows and blankets to a two hour poetry performance, leading you through dreams of Weyland and Odysseus with Peter Oswald, Alice Oswald and Howard Gayton. 8pm


8 – 10 March OPEN HOUSE DARTINGTON Dartington Estate Free event inviting all free thinkers to discuss and get involved in the latest plans for the Trust. Includes series of talks, workshops and arts events. www.dartington.org


12 March FRANK MATCHAM’S MASTERPIECES The Flavel, Dartmouth A talk by Simon Rees on theatre design and architecture in Britain. 2.30pm. www.dakfas.org.uk


13 March, 17 April GUIDED TOUR OF SHILSTONE HOUSE Shilstone House


Guided tour by resident archaeologist Abi Gray exploring history of the site. 2pm £15 per person incl cream tea. To book call 01548 830832 or email abi@ dra.uk.net


14 March COMMUNITY OPEN DAY Overbeck’s, Salcombe A chance to see all that Overbeck’s has to offer, from days out to volunteering opportunities. Just bring along proof of your address. 11am – 4.30pm. Tel: 01548 842893


17 March EASTER FAIR & ART SALE Stoke Fleming Village Hall Stalls, refreshments and art by local artists for sale – all raising funds for Dartmouth Caring. 10am – 12noon. Contact: Sue 01803 770730


18 March, 15 April 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


20 – 24 March DARTINGTON PLAYGOERS: JOURNEY’S END Studio 31, Dartington Hall Hugely influential anti-war piece written in 1928. 7pm. Tel: 01803 847070. www.playgoers.co.uk


RNLI Dart Sea Safety Team


Free Lifejacket Clinic


Lifeboat Station Coronation Park Dartmouth


Saturday 14th April 10am - 3pm


Ocean Safety will check your safety aids & Darthaven Marina Chandlery will be there to sell you any parts required


Useless unless worn 22 March


DFF AFTERNOON TEA & MAKE-UP LESSON Dart Marina Hotel Afternoon tea and masterclass demonstration with internationally renowned makeup artist Ariane Poole. All raising funds for Dartmouth Food Festival. 2 – 5pm. www. dartmouthfoodfestival.com


24 & 25 March, 28 & 29 April WINE TASTINGS Michael Sutton’s Wine Cellars, Dartmouth Open House with free wine tastings. 12noon – 3pm. Tel: 01803 770737 or www.michaelsuttonscellar.co.uk


Don’t forget... Our website also has full event listings and highlights of what’s on locally - bythedart.co.uk


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