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32 National Trust South Hams Centre W


e are a group of National Trust members and volunteers who share a


common interest to conserve our heritage in the South Hams area. Since 1980 we have raised over £225,000 to support the National Trust’s work at Overbeck’s, Coleton Fishacre, Greenways plus the coastline, woodland and farmland in the South Hams. Membership of the South Hams


Centre is a great way to make new friends by sharing unique experiences on one of our frequent activities. We have coffee mornings, lunches, talks, visits to gardens and houses, often with privileged access and much more. As at the end of 2019 we had 365 members. Recent events include a visit to BBC


Southwest Plymouth Studios, trips to Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre, Cotehele and Killerton “Christ- mas Treats” festival. Events coming up in the next couple of months include


our annual lunch, an “Antiques After- noon” and a trip to Torre Abbey and Greenways. Typically, there are 20 events each year. Membership of the South Hams


Visit to Wells Cathedral


Membership of the South Hams Centre is a great way to make new friends by sharing unique


experiences on one of our frequent activities.


Centre is only £5 per year. You will receive our programme of events and a newsletter twice per year. For more information please contact our membership secretary on karen. wolstenholme@gmail.com or tele- phone 01548 714019. We do expect people who apply to join the SHC to be members of the National Trust but we accept non-members with the proviso that they will join the NT in due course. Our group is organised by a small


SHC members attending the winter lunch at the Cottage Hotel in Hope Cove in February 2020


committee of members who meet for an hour or so, 10 times a year. Currently we have some vacancies on the committee and we would wel- come new members. If you are inter- ested please contact our Secretary, malcolm.wesley@btopenworld.com or telephone 01548 842241.


Farm shop, stocked with locally sourced produce.


baked cakes, pasties and pastries.


Freshly Dartmouth’s local garden centre is bursting with Spring colour


Friendly staff, easy parking and beautiful surrounds make Gardentime a great place to visit and there’s more on offer than just plants! Our Café serves breakfast, freshly ground coffee, delicious lunches, homemade cakes and cream teas


Find Gardentime just past Woodlands and Dartmouth Golf Club on the main A3122 to Dartmouth e: info@gardentime.biz Hemborough Post, Blackawton, Totnes TQ9 7DE


01803 712345 • www.gardentime.biz Garden Centre, Farm Shop, & Café open 7 days a week


Open Mon - Sat 9.00am - 5.30pm Sun 10.00am - 4.00pm


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