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10 Things to do on a wet day 1


The Flavel There is a theatre, cinema, arts space, library and café at the Flavel Centre. Right in the middle of Dartmouth, the facility is very popular with locals and visitors alike. There is always something going on to suit all ages. see page 49


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The Round Robin The round robin is a three stage journey around South Devon featuring


a train, a boat and a bus. A steam train takes passengers from Kingswear to Paignton where a bus waits to convey them to the pretty town of Totnes where it’s onto a boat for a leisurely cruise back down river to Dartmouth. It’s possible to start the journey at any of the three points. see page 40


Escape Rooms HQ Immerse yourself in the history of the town and invite your friends and family to puzzle their way out of Dartmouth’s very own Escape Room.


Using your detective skills search out the secret message and find the hidden key to escape. They are tucked between the Flavel and Foss Street. See advert page 44


Salcombe Gin Salcombe Gin has been around since 2014 and has a distillery in the town on Island Street, Salcombe.


Enjoy a tipple in the light and airy bar or indulge in a tour and taster session at around £30. For those with a bigger budget the company offers high end experiences where visitors can distil their own gin or board a luxury motor boat with a gin butler!


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Kents Cavern Any Stone Age Explorers in the family? Then head for Kents Cavern in Torquay and explore one of


Europe’s top and most exciting cave systems. Step back in time to explore Torbay through the Ice Age and unearth the secrets of the Devonian and Quaternary periods in this labyrinth of tunnels. www.kents-cav- ern.co.uk


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