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Platform 1. They have vessels for two to eight people and having the power of a few horses be- hind makes it easier to reach other places like the delightful village of Dittisham. There are plenty of options for a spot of lunch and the more adventurous might carry on up river towards the medieval town of Totnes. see advert page 44


10 Things to do in Summer 2


Dartmouth Boat Hire Centre For a faster way to get about the river, hire a motor boat from the guys at the huts near


experience necessary! Book a few hours with The Paddle Shack, go out on the river or even out to sea with their friendly certified instructors. see advert page 45


3 4 Hire a bike


Exploring South Devon or Dartmoor by bike on a warm


sunny day can’t be beaten. Yes, there are hills but hire an e-bike and you’ll soon get to the top of most hills with only a little bit of puff! A great selection of bikes can be hired from e-Xplore Devon. e-xploredevon.co.uk see advert page 45


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Fun at Coronation Park Coronation Park is a huge open space in the heart of Dartmouth.


There’s a popular café serving everything from lobster to homemade cakes. Customers can dine whilst watching their little ones in the spacious play-park next door. Older children may enjoy a game of table tennis, football or full-sized tennis (there are four courts which can be booked via the café).


6 Avon Mill


Nestled on the riverside and set in an historic mill


Avon Mill has much to offer. With its tempting café this is so much more than just a pitstop. Here you will find individually hand- crafted local crafts and artwork for sale alongside the popular café and impressively stocked garden centre. It’s a perfect op- portunity to indulge yourself and while you’re there take in the stun- ning local scenery with a relaxing walk by the river. See advert page 48


Woodlands


Fun, thrills and plenty of splashes await visitors at Woodlands Leisure Park,


just a 10 minute drive from Dartmouth. The park has rides, water shoots, an indoor adventure zone and a falconry centre. There’s also a mini zoo and farm with snakes, meerkats and pigs!


Go Paddleboarding Stand Up Paddleboarding is a really fun way to get out on the water with no


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