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8 What’s On August & September


all the family. 10am - 5pm. Luptonfestivalofhistory.co.uk


17 – 24 August


BRIXHAM ART SOCIETY SUMMER EXHIIBTION Scala Hall, Brixham


17 August, 7 & 21 September 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


17 -26 August GALMPTON BARN ART EXHIBITION Barn Hall, Greenway Road,Galmpton A group of 17 are exhibiting their artworks from 10.30 - 6pm. The original art, often inspired by the local landscape will be in watercolour, pastel, acrylic, oil and mixed media. In additional to paintings and cards, unframed pictures and prints will also be for sale. Free admission - refreshments available. The Art Group will be making a donation to Churston Church from the sales.


18 August, 15 September GOOD FOOD SUNDAY Totnes The biggest monthly producers’ and farmers’ market in the Westcountry. 10am – 3pm. Totnesgoodfood.co.uk


20 August, 17 September GUIDED TOUR Shilstone House


23 – 26 August TOTNES CARNIVAL Children’s fancy dress, Fishing Competition, family disco and much more. Grand Procession leaves Valeport at 4pm on 24 August. Follow @TotnesCarnival on Facebook for more info.


23 – 26 August HOPE COVE WEEKEND 2019 An annual family tradition for many years, this is an action packed weekend of good old fashioned family seaside fun, on land and in the water, raising much needed funds for local charities and good causes.


23 – 26 August TORBAY ROYAL REGATTA Torbay Harbourside Come and enjoy the renowned hospitality of the English Riviera over the Bank Holiday Weekend. Rtyc.co.uk


24 August – 1 September DARTMOOR WALKING FESTIVAL The hugely popular Dartmoor Walking Festival is kindly supporting Devon Air Ambulance for a second year. There are several walks each day, ranging from modest guided strolls and children’s rambles, to full- day walks and ambitious challenges. Dartmoorwallkingfestival.co.uk


24 August, 19 September PILGRIM – OPEN DAY Brixham Harbour


Stoke Fleming Horticultural


& Sports Society Founded in 1875


143 ANNUAL SHOW & SPORTS


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BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 26th AUGUST from 12.30 p.m.


STOKE FLEMING PLAYING FIELD & VILLAGE HALL


Entertainment, Exhibits, Lunch time BBQ, Bar & Teas


A fun event for everyone


FREE PARKING ADMISSION:


ADULTS £3 CHILDREN (5-14) £1 UNDER 5s FREE Cash only as unable to accept card payments.


Guided tour by resident archaeologist. 2pm. £15 inc tea. Booking essential. Tel: 01548 830832.


Come aboard the oldest surviving Brixham trawler and explore Brixham’s unique fishing and sailing heritage. Pilgrimofbrixham.co.uk


25 August AVETON GIFFORD CLASSIC CAR SHOW


11.30 – 3.30pm. Raising funds for local projects. www.933.me.uk


29 – 31 August PORT OF DARTMOUTH ROYAL REGATTA Dartmouth’s flagship event with sailing, rowing and a full programme of events for all the family. www. dartmouthregatta.co.uk


31 August


NOURISH FESTIVAL Bovey Tracey The town will be overflowing with food, music and craft events from 10am – 5pm. Nourishfestival.org


5 September FLAVEL FUNDRAISING FETE Royal Avenue Gardens Stalls and teas available from 10am to 4pm. All proceeds donated to Flavel Trust Ltd.


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