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Things to do on a wet day 51 6


China Blue Head to China Blue in Totnes and discover your inner artist at the Ceramics Studio!


Make some memories, paint a fairy castle or a Devon duck – the options are endless. While you are there you can search for inspiration in the lifestyle store or tempt your tastebuds with homemade cakes at The Wild Thyme Deli & Kitchen. China-blue.co.uk


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Dartmouth Leisure Centre & Indoor Swimming Pool At the top of Dartmouth (next to Lidl)


you will find the Leisure Centre with its 25 metre indoor pool – the perfect activity for a rainy day. There are fun sessions with floats and a learner pool for beginners. Fusion-life- style.com


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Indulge in a Devon cream tea


No trip to Dartmouth is complete without a proper Devon cream tea and Bayards Cove Inn will easily tempt you in when the weather is less than summery. Seeped in history this 14th


century


Tudor inn has foodie treats for all through breakfast to dinner. Homemade cakes and scones are top of the list for tea and don’t forget; in Devon, it’s always cream first! See advert page 73


Wave watching at Torcross Head along the coast to Start Bay, find a spot in the Slapton Sands Memorial Car


Park and sit in your car to watch some waves rolling in - they are always spectacular on stormy days. For a spot of lunch try the 14th century Start Bay Inn, famous for its large portions of fish and chips.


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Dartington Explore, walk, eat and shop on this historic 1,200 acre estate just


outside Totnes. Centred around the medieval hall and courtyard this beautiful estate and innovative charity boasts a busy year-round arts and events programme, a unique and upmarket retail centre, glorious gardens steeped in history and even its own pub, The White Hart.


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