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10 What’s On August & September


5 September ANN CLEEVES – BOOK SIGNING Kingsbridge Library and the Harbour Bookshop are looking forward to welcoming bestselling author Ann Cleeves to Kingsbridge. 11am.


5 September DRA LECTURE: A RURAL LEGACY LOST Shilstone House, Kingsbridge A Rural Legacy Lost: Salmon Fishing on the Dart. An illustrated talk by Nick Baker. Tickets £5. To purchase tickets, call Abi Gray on 01548 830832 or email: office@dra.uk.net.


7 September


KINGSBRIDGE SHOW Borough Farm A fantastic day out for all the family - classes in Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Homecraft, Young Farmers, Horticulture, Floral Art and Domestic pets as well as lots of other entertainment and fun. From 9am. www.kingsbridgeshow.co.uk


7 September TOTNES PRIDE Proud2Be’s inclusive annual community event with a colourful high street procession, a free family-friendly day event and a fun-filled cabaret. Proud2be.co.uk


7 – 22 September DEVON OPEN STUDIOS Various locations around Devon A unique opportunity to meet artists in their studios, buy art direct from the creator and maybe even have a go! Devonartistnetwork.co.uk


8 September KINGSWEAR FAMILY FUN DAY An afternoon of village fun with stalls, activities, music, food, refreshments, the much loved dog show and the Great Eggathon. Kingswearrc.co.uk and facebook page.


9 September DRA LECTURE: DE-MYSTIFYING PALAEOGRAPHY Shilstone House, Kingsbridge A workshop with local historian Lucy Browne. 1 - 3pm. £10. To book Tel: 01548 830832 or email office@dra.uk.net


12 – 15 September THE INTERNATIONAL AGATHA CHRISTIE FESTIVAL Torre Abbey, Torquay This event celebrates the heritage of Torquay’s best know resident as well as promoting new stories and connecting to the voices of artists across the world. iacf-uk.org


12 September DART VALLEY U3A TALK - OLIVER TWIST: PROVIDENCE, PARABLE AND THE POOR The Flavel


Dr Keith Hooper, author of a recently commissioned biography of Charles Dickens, provides a new perspective into the much loved story of Oliver Twist. 10am -12pm


13 – 15 September DADFEST Beeson, Kingsbridge Just for dads and children. Dangerousdads.co.uk


& Lunchtime Seafood Kitchen Te Frehet Local Fih Seafood workshops can be arranged


01803 832101 • 07866 706621 The Old Market Square, Dartmouth


info@wildfooddevon.co.uk www.wildfooddevon.co.uk


WESTCOUNTRY SELF STORAGE


Dry, secure, internal and container self storage from


£10.00 per week (+ VAT) For details telephone


01803 813943


Totnes Road, Ipplepen, Newton Abbot, TQ12 5TN


On A381 Totnes to Newton Abbot Main Road www.westcountryselfstorage.co.uk


THE OLD MARKET CAFE Situated in the Historical


Market Square in Dartmouth A great local establishment


with outdoor dining in a cobbled courtyard with a relaxed atmosphere


A favourite for locals and visitors alike


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Open daily 7am to 4pm


The Old Market Square Dartmouth


Tel:07934965944


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