North Devon Farm Holidays

Dates of events in and around North Devon

Farmers markets at the Big Sheep Bideford every Saturday morning

Many others take place each month in local villages, ask your host for details

North Devon Theatres:

The Plough – Torrington
Queens Theatre – Barnstaple
Landmark theatre - Ilfracombe

Choose from beautiful self catering holiday cottages to warm, friendly BandB’s all in unique and picturesque locations throughout North Devon. From our beautiful blue flag beaches’ on the North Devon coast, to the foothills of Dartmoor in the south, spectacular heather covered Exmoor in the east, to Bude and Ruby Country in the west.

A visit to North Devon is a special place for all to enjoy.



 

WHAT’S ON FOR AUGUST 2018

1st THE NORTH DEVON SHOW – Umberleigh Barton Farm, Umberleigh. EX37 9DX.
The North Devon Show is a celebration of all things rural! Lots of family fun from Open Dog Shows, Livestock classes, not to mention pig and poultry displays. There are a wide variety of trade stands including a Food Hall. The Main, and Tarka rings now even have a circus and fairground. Gates are open from 9.00am. For more detailed information visit www.northdevonshow.com
1st Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Morte Point. Join the National Trust for a trip out to see the seals on Morte Point. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am, 11.15am, 12 noon, 1.15pm, 2.00pm and 2.45pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free.
Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

1st Rockpool Ramble at Combesgate Beach, Woolacombe. The rock pools of Combesgate are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the National Trust Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 2pm-3.30pm. For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

1st Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 9.00am, arrive back in Bideford at 8.30pm. Extra time on the Island! Book at Woolacombe TIC.

1st Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

1st Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

1st Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

1st Sheep Dog & Falconry Display at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Enjoy an evening in the company of the amazing Borough Farm sheep dogs, Fly Alf, Sweep and Mirk, as they gather sheep far into the distance, and enjoy their hilarious antics as they round up the ducks, together with a wonderful Falconry display from North Devon Falconer Martin Simkins, with his fast and furious falcons. After the show, meet Alfie, who loves to meet children and pose for photographs! Teas and coffees served at 5pm.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Show starts at 6.00pm.
Contact details info@boroughfarm.co.uk. Tel 01271 870065

2nd Croyde Craft Market – Every Thursday 100% handmade local arts and crafts. Croyde Village Hall from 10.00am. EX33 1LX.
2nd Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 9.30am, arrive back in Bideford at 9.00pm. Extra time on the Island! Book at Woolacombe TIC.

2nd Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

2nd Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

2nd Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

2nd National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00. 11.00am – 12.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

2nd Rockpool Ramble at Combesgate Beach, Woolacombe. The rock pools of Combesgate are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the National Trust Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 2.15pm-3.45pm. For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

2nd Shepherding Experience Walks, Morte Point. With David Kennard and his sheepdogs. Experience Sweep and Fly’s breathtaking work in their natural environment on the cliff tops of Mortehoe, and hear about shepherding life in this beautiful corner of North Devon. Timings 6.00pm – 8.00pm every Thursday (5pm in September). Maximum of 25 people. Booking essential.

2nd Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Square, Mortehoe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

3rd Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

3rd Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

3rd Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

3rd Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

3rd Miss Fea’s Cafe, Mortehoe – Gin Tasting Evening. Over 50 gins to try, plus tapas style menu. Call 01271 870891 to make a reservation.

3rd Kingstock, The Kings Arms, Georgeham - The Ultimate 70's party ...Come in fancy dress for a free drink on arrival! Themed food, cocktails, disco.

4th Bideford Music Day – Victoria Park, Bideford. www.facebook.com/BidefordMusicDay/

4th Lifeboat Weekend, Clovelly – A celebration of the Clovelly Lifeboat and its volunteer crew. Saturday will also host a 2 mile sponsored sea swim from Bucks Mills to Clovelly. The lifeboat station will be open. In aid of the RNLI. www.clovelly.co.uk for latest details.

4th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe
at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

4th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

4th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

4th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Red Barn, Woolacombe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

5th Lifeboat Weekend, Clovelly – A celebration of the Clovelly Lifeboat and its volunteer crew. Sunday will host family fun day with games, entertainments competitions, food and drink. The lifeboat station will be open. In aid of the RNLI. www.clovelly.co.uk for latest details.

5th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

5th Express Beach Clean (National Trust) – Join the Beach Rangers for a Sunday morning breath of fresh air and help do your bit to keep our beach looking lovely this summer. All welcome on this regular weekend event. All equipment will be provided. 10.00am – 11.30am. Dogs welcome on leads.

5th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

5th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

6th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

6th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

7th Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Bull Point. A lovely way to see the route down to the Lighthouse. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am,
12noon, 2.00pm, 3.30pm and 6.30pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free. Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

7th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe
at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

7th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

7th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

7th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

7th Farmyard Show at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Alfie, the Sheepdog, stars in his own show with just a hint of pantomime, it tells the story of the rescue of Jemima, the duck in the castle. With the help of Mary, the Fairy Pig Mother, and Felicity, the cart- sheep, mayhem is guaranteed! Meet the dogs after the show, and stay for a barbecue served from the Borough Farm Shepherd’s Hut. Adults £6.00, children £3.00 and under 3’s are free. No need to book, just turn up. Display starts at 11.00am and lasts just over an hour. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Tel 01271 870056, EX34 7HE.

7th National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00. 11.00am – 12.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

8th Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Morte Point. Join the National Trust for a trip out to see the seals on Morte Point. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am, 11.15am, 12 noon, 1.15pm, 2.00pm and 2.45pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free.
Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

8th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe
at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier
Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

8th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

8th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

8th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

8th Sheep Dog & Falconry Display at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Enjoy an evening in the company of the amazing Borough Farm sheep dogs, Fly Alf, Sweep and Mirk, as they gather sheep far into the distance, and enjoy their hilarious antics as they round up the ducks, together with a wonderful Falconry display from North Devon Falconer Martin Simkins, with his fast and furious falcons. After the show, meet Alfie, who loves to meet children and pose for photographs! Teas and coffees served at 5pm.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Show starts at 6.00pm.
Contact details info@boroughfarm.co.uk. Tel 01271 870065

9th Croyde Craft Market – Every Thursday 100% handmade local arts and crafts. Croyde Village Hall from 10.00am. EX33 1LX.
9th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe
at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

9th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

9th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

9th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

9th National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00. 2.00pm – 3.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

9th Shepherding Experience Walks, Morte Point. With David Kennard and his sheepdogs. Experience Sweep and Fly’s breathtaking work in their natural environment on the cliff tops of Mortehoe, and hear about shepherding life in this beautiful corner of North Devon. Timings 6.00pm – 8.00pm every Thursday (5pm in September). Maximum of 25 people. Booking essential.

9th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Square, Mortehoe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

10th Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 9.30am – 11.00am.
For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

10th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

10th Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

10th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

10th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

10th Devon Street Food Festival, Ilfracombe – The Street Food Warehouse returns again to Ilfracombe for a glorious weekend of fantastic food and delicious drinks. Event is from 12 noon to 10.00pm.

10th Miss Fea’s Cafe, Mortehoe – Gin Tasting Evening. Over 50 gins to try, plus tapas style menu. Call 01271 870891 to make a reservation.

11th South West Birdman Competition – Ilfracombe. Ilfracombe welcomes crazy aviators and would-be pilots hurl themselves off Ilfracombe Pier into the icy waters below – all hoping to fly the furthest and be crowned champion. All day music and entertainment. Food stalls, local ales and ciders. 11.00am open to the public. 3.00pm Rescue display, and at 4.00pm the jumping begins! Evening music, with bar and BBQ. Fireworks at 9.45pm.
Organised by Ilfracombe Round Table who raises money for local worthy causes.

11th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe
at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

11th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

11th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

11th Surfers Against Sewage Summer Fair – Tesco Braunton.
Free Admission. 11.00am – 5.00pm

11th Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all children, but under 14s must be accompanied. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags.
11.30am – 1.00pm. For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

11th Devon Street Food Festival, Ilfracombe – The Street Food Warehouse returns again to Ilfracombe for a glorious weekend of fantastic food and delicious drinks. Running from 12 noon to 10.00pm.

11th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Red Barn, Woolacombe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

18th The Big Sheep, Bideford – BMX DAY. The Big Sheep will be hosting their Annual BMX day when they will be joined by professional Flatland BMX rides, and 3 x Guinness World Record Holder , Matti Hemmings. Demos and workshops will be held throughout the day. General admission prices apply. www.thebigsheep.co.uk

12th Family Fun Day – Braunton Cricket Club. In aid of North Devon Hospice. Event starts at 12 noon.

12th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

12th Express Beach Clean (National Trust) – Join the Beach Rangers for a Sunday morning breath of fresh air and help do your bit to keep our beach looking lovely this summer. All welcome on this regular weekend event. All equipment will be provided. 10.00am – 11.30am. Dogs welcome on leads.

12th Lee Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm. In addition to regular exhibitors, there are some exciting new crafts this year, so why not go along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts for sale. Try your luck to win a lovely handmade quilt as first prize.

12th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

12th Devon Street Food Festival, Ilfracombe – The Street Food Warehouse returns again to Ilfracombe for a glorious weekend of fantastic food and delicious drinks. Event timings are from 12 noon to 10pm.

13th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

14th Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Bull Point. A lovely way to see the route down to the Lighthouse. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am,
12noon, 2.00pm, 3.30pm and 6.30pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free. Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

14th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 8.30am, arrive back in Ilfracombe
at 7.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

14th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

14th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

14th Farmyard Show at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Alfie, the Sheepdog, stars in his own show with just a hint of pantomime, it tells the story of the rescue of Jemima, the duck in the castle. With the help of Mary, the Fairy Pig Mother, and Felicity, the cart- sheep, mayhem is guaranteed! Meet the dogs after the show, and stay for a barbecue served from the Borough Farm Shepherd’s Hut. Adults £6.00, children £3.00 and under 3’s are free. No need to book, just turn up. Display starts at 11.00am and lasts just over an hour. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Tel 01271 870056, EX34 7HE.

14th National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00.11.00am – 12.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

15th Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Morte Point. Join the National Trust for a trip out to see the seals on Morte Point. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am, 11.15am, 12 noon, 1.15pm, 2.00pm and 2.45pm. Adults £6.00,children £3.00, and under 4’s are free.
Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

15th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 9.00am, arrive back in Bideford
at 8.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC.

15th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

15th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

15th Sheep Dog & Falconry Display at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Enjoy an evening in the company of the amazing Borough Farm sheep dogs, Fly Alf, Sweep and Mirk, as they gather sheep far into the distance, and enjoy their hilarious antics as they round up the ducks, together with a wonderful Falconry display from North Devon Falconer Martin Simkins, with his fast and furious falcons. After the show, meet Alfie, who loves to meet children and pose for photographs! Teas and coffees served at 5pm.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Show starts at 6.00pm
Contact details info@boroughfarm.co.uk. Tel 01271 870065

16th Croyde Craft Market – Every Thursday 100% handmade local arts and crafts. Croyde Village Hall from 10.00am. EX33 1LX.

16th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 9.30am, arrive back in Bideford
at 9.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC

16th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

16th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

16th National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00. 11.00am – 12.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

16th Shepherding Experience Walks, Morte Point. With David Kennard and his sheepdogs. Experience Sweep and Fly’s breathtaking work in their natural environment on the cliff tops of Mortehoe, and hear about shepherding life in this beautiful corner of North Devon. Timings 6.00pm – 8.00pm every Thursday (5pm in September). Maximum of 25 people. Booking essential.

16th Live Outdoor Theatre Island at Arlington Court (National Trust) – Pack the picnic, grab the blanket and head on down to Arlington Court for an evening of laughter and entertainment as you enjoy Boxtree’s Tree’s Treasure Island. Tickets from £13.00. The Plough Arts Centre box office Tel 01805 624624, or www.theploughartscentre.org.uk/

16th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Square, Mortehoe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

17th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

17th Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

17th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

17th Miss Fea’s Cafe, Mortehoe – Gin Tasting Evening. Over 50 gins to try, plus tapas style menu. Call 01271 870891 to make a reservation.

18th Gig Regatta, Clovelly – Gig racing is exciting and strenuous, so one is assured an exhilarating day watching the race. Cheer on the crews as they brave North Devon’s waters! See www.clovelly.co.uk for latest details.

18th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

18th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

18th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Red Barn, Woolacombe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

18th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Bubble Weekend. There is something so sun and magical about bubbles. The Big Sheep Team will be blasting bubbles all around the park for this great family fun weekend. Don’t forget your camera for great photo opportunities. General admission prices apply. www.thebigsheep.co.uk

19th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

19th Express Beach Clean (National Trust) – Join the Beach Rangers for a Sunday morning breath of fresh air and help do your bit to keep our beach looking lovely this summer. All welcome on this regular weekend event. All equipment will be provided. 10.00am – 11.30am. Dogs welcome on leads.

19th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

19th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Bubble Weekend. There is something so sun and magical about bubbles. The Big Sheep Team will be blasting bubbles all around the park for this great family fun weekend. Don’t forget your camera for great photo opportunities. General admission prices apply. www.thebigsheep.co.uk

20th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

21st Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Bull Point. A lovely way to see the route down to the Lighthouse. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am,
12noon, 2.00pm, 3.30pm and 6.30pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free. Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

21st Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

21st Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

21st Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

21st Farmyard Show at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Alfie, the Sheepdog, stars in his own show with just a hint of pantomime, it tells the story of the rescue of Jemima, the duck in the castle. With the help of Mary, the Fairy Pig Mother, and Felicity, the cart- sheep, mayhem is guaranteed! Meet the dogs after the show, and stay for a barbecue served from the Borough Farm Shepherd’s Hut. Adults £6.00, children £3.00 and under 3’s are free. No need to book, just turn up. Display starts at 11.00am and lasts just over an hour. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Tel 01271 870056, EX34 7HE.

21st National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00.11.00am – 12.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

22nd Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Morte Point. Join the National Trust for a trip out to see the seals on Morte Point. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am, 11.15am, 12 noon, 1.15pm, 2.00pm and 2.45pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free.
Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

22nd Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

22nd Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all children, but under 14s must be accompanied. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 8.30am – 10.00am.
For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

22nd Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

22nd Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

22nd Sheep Dog & Falconry Display at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Enjoy an evening in the company of the amazing Borough Farm sheep dogs, Fly Alf, Sweep and Mirk, as they gather sheep far into the distance, and enjoy their hilarious antics as they round up the ducks, together with a wonderful Falconry display from North Devon Falconer Martin Simkins, with his fast and furious falcons. After the show, meet Alfie, who loves to meet children and pose for photographs! Teas and coffees served at 5pm.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Show starts at 6.00pm.
Contact details info@boroughfarm.co.uk. Tel 01271 870065

23rd Croyde Craft Market – Every Thursday 100% handmade local arts and crafts. Croyde Village Hall from 10.00am. EX33 1LX.

23rd Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all children, but under 14s must be accompanied. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 9.00am – 10.30am.
For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

23rd Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

23rd Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

23rd Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

23rd National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00. 2.00pm – 3.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

23rd Shepherding Experience Walks, Morte Point. With David Kennard and his sheepdogs. Experience Sweep and Fly’s breathtaking work in their natural environment on the cliff tops of Mortehoe, and hear about shepherding life in this beautiful corner of North Devon. Timings 6.00pm – 8.00pm every Thursday (5pm in September). Maximum of 25 people. Booking essential.

22rd Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Square, Mortehoe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

24th Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all children, but under 14s must be accompanied. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 9.30am – 11.00am.
For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

24th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

24th Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

24th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

24th Miss Fea’s Cafe, Mortehoe – Gin Tasting Evening. Over 50 gins to try, plus tapas style menu. Call 01271 870891 to make a reservation.

25th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

25th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

25th Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all children, but under 14s must be accompanied. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event.
Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 10.00am – 11.30am.
For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

25th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Red Barn, Woolacombe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

18th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Grand Tour Mini Run. In aid of Children’s Hospice South West the Big Sheep will be playing host to this event that is open to any Mini whether classic or new. Drivers will receive 50% off entry. To take part contact terry@smallcarsbighearts.co.uk www.thebigsheep.co.uk

25/26/27 Lee Flower Festival and Village Celebration. 11am-5pm, Lee Memorial Hall.

26th Ilfracombe Carnival – A host of walking entries and floats from families, friends, local businesses and organisations parade through the town. For more information please see www.visitilfracombe.co.uk/what-is-on/ilfracombe-events/item/205- ilfracombe- carnival.

26th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

26th Express Beach Clean (National Trust and the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Coastal Creatures Project) – Join the Beach Rangers for a Sunday morning breath of fresh air and help do your bit to keep our beach looking lovely this summer. All welcome on this regular weekend event. All equipment will be provided. 10.00am – 11.30am. Dogs welcome on leads.

26th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

26th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Marshall from Paw Control. The heroic pup is returning to The Big Sheep to see his fans in North Devon. He’ll be making personal appearances, in the indoor barn, at intervals between 11.00am and 3.30pm.Don’t forget your camera for great photo opportunities. General admission prices apply. www.thebigsheep.co.uk

27th Mini Madness, Ilfracombe – Mini cars, all different, create an amazing spectacle at the end of the Annual Grand Tour. The Grand Tour brings the locals out in their thousands to watch it go by. The group takes over 20 minutes to clear!

27th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

28th Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Bull Point. A lovely way to see the route down to the Lighthouse. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am,
12noon, 2.00pm, 3.30pm and 6.30pm. Adults £6.00, children £3.00, and under 4’s are free. Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

28th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

28th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

28th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm.

28th Farmyard Show at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Alfie, the Sheepdog, stars in his own show with just a hint of pantomime, it tells the story of the rescue of Jemima, the duck in the castle. With the help of Mary, the Fairy Pig Mother, and Felicity, the cart- sheep, mayhem is guaranteed! Meet the dogs after the show, and stay for a barbecue served from the Borough Farm Shepherd’s Hut. Adults £6.00, children £3.00 and under 3’s are free. No need to book, just turn up. Display starts at 11.00am and lasts just over an hour. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Tel 01271 870056, EX34 7HE.

28th Rockpool Ramble, Woolacombe (National Trust) – The rockpools of Combesgate Beach are teeming with life, crabs, fish, anemones, star fish etc. Join the Beach Rangers to seek them out and learn about their lives. £2.00 each. Suitable for all children, but under 14s must be accompanied. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event. Meet at Combesgate Beach – look for the NT flags. 12.30pm – 2.00pm.
For more information please contact 07557 938 399.

29th Tractor Trailer Rides from Mortehoe Car park to Morte Point. Join the National Trust for a trip out to see the seals on Morte Point. Great fun for all the family. Rides start at 10.30am, 11.15am, 12 noon, 1.15pm, 2.00pm and 2.45pm. Adults £6.00,children £3.00, and under 4’s are free.
Tickets available from Mortehoe Museum and Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre.

29th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 8.00am, arrive back in Bideford at 7.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart

29th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

29th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

29th Sheep Dog & Falconry Display at Borough Farm, Mortehoe. Enjoy an evening in the company of the amazing Borough Farm sheep dogs, Fly Alf, Sweep and Mirk, as they gather sheep far into the distance, and enjoy their hilarious antics as they round up the ducks, together with a wonderful Falconry display from North Devon Falconer Martin Simkins, with his fast and furious falcons. After the show, meet Alfie, who loves to meet children and pose for photographs! Teas and coffees served at 5pm.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Show starts at 6.00pm
Contact details info@boroughfarm.co.uk. Tel 01271 870065

29th The Importance of Being Earnest – Castle Hill Gardens, Filleigh. The Importance of being Earnest, a classic tale brought to life by The Pantaloons. For more details and tickets for performances and corresponding workshops please contact The Plough Office. www.theploughartscentre.org.uk. EX32 0RH. Tel 01598 760 336

30th Croyde Craft Market – Every Thursday 100% handmade local arts and crafts. Croyde Village Hall from 10.00am. EX33 1LX.

30th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 8.30am, arrive back in Bideford at 8.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC.

30th Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

30th National Trust, Guided Walk with a Ranger, Woolacombe – Join one of the knowledgeable rangers for a walk around Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its unusual wildlife and history. Meet at Woolacombe TIC, booking is not needed. £2.00. 11.00am – 12.30pm Booking details call 07557 938 399. Dogs on leads are welcome.

30th Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

30th Shepherding Experience Walks, Morte Point. With David Kennard and his sheepdogs. Experience Sweep and Fly’s breathtaking work in their natural environment on the cliff tops of Mortehoe, and hear about shepherding life in this beautiful corner of North Devon. Timings 6.00pm – 8.00pm every Thursday (5pm in September). Maximum of 25 people. Booking essential.

30th Anchors Aweigh – local sea shanty group – The Square, Mortehoe 7.00pm. (weather permitting)

31st & 1st Open Garden Afternoons, 97 Chichester Park, Woolacombe. 2pm-4.30pm.

31st Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail, Croyde (National Trust) – Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal Creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from Baggy Point car park kiosk. £1.00 per child.

31st Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

31st Mortehoe Museum - The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline, no visit to
North Devon is complete without discovering the ‘Mortehoe Experience’ at this lovely Museum. The special exhibitions this year will be the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, the rise of Tourism in Mortehoe Parish and Victorian Collections. www.mortehoemuseum.org.uk Free admission. 11.00am – 3.00pm

31st Miss Fea’s Cafe, Mortehoe – Gin Tasting Evening. Over 50 gins to try, plus tapas style menu. Call 01271 870891 to make a reservation.

31st Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Arlington Court (National Trust) - Chapterhouse Theatre Company Open Air Garden Theatre presents Alice’s Adventures by Lewis Carroll. Take a trip down the rabbit hole this summer as Alice stumbles into a magical world. 6.00pm – 8.00pm. Adult £16.00, Family £46.00, child £10.00. Gates open at 5.00pm. Bring your own rugs or low backed seating. Book online at www.seetickets.com. For additional information contact 0871 220 0260.

1st Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC


Coming up …
Monday 3rd September 2018

After two years absence the OVO Energy Tour of Britain returns to the South West of England.
Day Two, during the afternoon, sees the peloton make its way from Combe Martin and Ilfracombe, heading to Woolacombe for the Stage 3 ‘King of the Mountains’, tackling the one kilometre ascent of Challacombe Hill. This will enable the sprinters’ teams to tackle their leaders, heading to Croyde and Saunton with the finish in Barnstaple.

DAILY
Regular Sea Safaris and Coastal Cruises from Ilfracombe Harbour –
enquire and book at Woolacombe TIC

Car Parking Permits - 4 day and 7 day permits for sale – available at the TIC

Twitchen House & Woolacombe Bay Cinema Showings Dailywww.cinema.woolacombe.co.uk

All Terrain Mobility Scooter hire from Woolacombe TIC

Discounted tickets for RHS Rosemoor – book at the TIC

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