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 SEPTEMBER 2018

1st Sea Ilfracombe Maritime Festival is an annual celebration of Ilfracombe ‘s unique character and coastal life! The main festival hub is based in Ropery Road Car park and spreads down to the harbour. Centre stage is live music with everything from traditional shanty songs to rock ‘n roll! Entry is free. For further information info@seailfracombe.co.uk. Event runs from Friday 1st to Sunday evening 3rd.

1st Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

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 National Trust Arlington Court – A Celebration of Flowers. Drop in workshop held in the Victorian Flower Garden and Walled kitchen garden. Barnstaple Floral Art Club – Using Garden Foliage and Flowers.

2.00pm – 4.00pm. Normal admission charges apply.

Booking details on 01271 850296.

1st National Trust, Heddon Valley – Enjoy a self-lead walk through the beautiful Heddon Valley to the beach. Suitable for all ages, dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00.

2nd Lobster & Crab Feast – Clovelly celebrates its famous sustainably caught lobsters and crabs. Live folk music, quay kitchens, and cookery demonstrations. There will also be a street theatre. All proceeds are in aid of the National Lobster Hatchery, Padstow who will be exhibiting baby lobsters before releasing them into the sea. www.clovelly.co.uk.

2nd Sea Ilfracombe Maritime Festival is an annual celebration of Ilfracombe ‘s unique character and coastal life! The main festival hub is based in Ropery Road Car park and spreads down to the harbour. Centre stage is live music with everything from traditional shanty songs to rock ‘n roll! Entry is free. For further information info@seailfracombe.co.uk. Event runs from Friday 1st to Sunday evening 3rd.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

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 National Trust Arlington Court – A Celebration of Flowers. Drop in workshop held in the Victorian Flower Garden and Walled kitchen garden.

Arlingtons Head Gardener – How to create a cut flower patch.

11.00pm – 11.45pm.

Arlingtons Garden Team – Wear flowers in your hair.

2.00pm – 3.00pm

Booking details on 01271 850296. Normal admission charges apply.

2nd National Trust, Heddon Valley – Enjoy a self-lead walk through the beautiful Heddon Valley to the beach. Suitable for all ages, dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01271 891970.

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3rd National Trust Arlington Court – A Celebration of Flowers. Drop in workshop held in the Victorian Flower Garden and Walled kitchen garden.

Arlington’s Flower Arrangers – Take a few flowers.

12noon and 2.00pm

Booking details on 01271 850296. Normal admission charges apply.

4th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

5th 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

5th Exmoor Border Morris will be performing by The Lych Gate, in The Square at Mortehoe on Wednesday 5th September (subject to weather) at 7.30pm

6th 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.

6th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

6th 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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

6th National Trust, Arlington Court – Conservation in Action. Discover how the team care for the collections, from miniature model ships to stuffed birds and grand coaches. Event is free but normal admission charges apply. Meeting point the house or Carriage Museum, please check at Reception. 1.00pm – 3.00pm.

Tel 01271 850296 for details.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

7th Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

8th Ilfracombe Bike Show – On the main seafront, now in its 7th year. Over 250 bikes are registered for this year’s event.

8th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

8th National Trust, Arlington Court – Heritage Open Day. Enjoy free entry to the house, carriage museum and gardens. 11.00am – 5.00pm.

Art at Arlington with Ann Hyde. Various art works on display and for sale. Ann will on site painting throughout the day. The exhibition will be in the Education Rooms.

Tel 01271 850296 for details.

8th The Red Barn, Woolacombe – The Flamin’ Ratrods. This one off Saturday gig starts the autumn season of live music. 9.00pm – 11.00pm.

8th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

9th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

10th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

11th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

11th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

12th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

13th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 8.30am, arrive back in Bideford at 8.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC.

13th 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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

13th National Trust, Arlington Court – Conservation in Action. Discover how the team care for the collections, from miniature model ships to stuffed birds and grand coaches. Event is free but normal admission charges apply. Meeting point the house or Carriage Museum, please check at Reception. 1.00pm – 3.00pm.

Tel 01271 850296 for details.

13th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Top Transport Toddler Takeover Day!

This fun packed day is getting a makeover this year – with new music shows, puppets, bubbles and parachute games. EX39 5AP www.thebigsheep.co.uk.

13th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

14th Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

14th The Red Barn, Woolacombe – Basils Balls Up Band. The original band formed in the 1970’s. Pub rock legends! 9.00pm – 11.00pm.

14th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

14th Art Trek – North Devon Open Studios - Art Trek Open Studios is now in its fifteenth year, growing from a small trail of just eleven artists at the beginning, into a large

annual event which can have up to 100 artists and makers taking part. www.arttrek.co.uk

15th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

15th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Magical Unicorn Weekend. Come and

visit the Big Sheep for a weekend of unicorn fun, where you will be joined by a real unicorn? Follow the magical trail to the unicorn’s stable. EX39 5AP www.thebigsheep.co.uk.

15th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

16th The Big Sheep, Bideford – Magical Unicorn Weekend. Come and

visit the Big Sheep for a weekend of unicorn fun, where you will be joined by a real unicorn? Follow the magical trail to the unicorn’s stable. EX39 5AP www.thebigsheep.co.uk.

16th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

17th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

18th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

18th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

19th The Red Barn, Woolacombe – Talk Like a Pirate Day 2018! The Red Barn will be enthusiastically celebrating this annual event. What does it entail? Basically drinking lots of rum, eating lots of ‘grub’ , and when you mean yes say ‘Argh’!

19th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

20th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

20th 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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

20th National Trust, Arlington Court – Conservation in Action. Discover how the team care for the collections, from miniature model ships to stuffed birds and grand coaches. Event is free but normal admission charges apply. Meeting point the house or Carriage Museum, please check at Reception. 1.00pm – 3.00pm.

Tel 01271 850296 for details.

20th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

21st Craft Fair – Mortehoe Village Hall. Local crafts from cards, gifts and homemade cakes! Everyone is welcome. Free entry. 10.00am – 4.00pm.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

21st The Red Barn, Woolacombe – Live evening entertainment with Jealousy and

The Cat. A rock and soul revue covers band. 9.00pm – 11.00pm.

21st Woolacombe National Scooter Rally – Golden Coast Holiday Village. One of the largest rallies, with over 1000 scooterists attending. Lots of fun for all the family, including evening entertainment with fancy dress.

For further information 01934 417834.

21st National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

22nd Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

22nd Woolacombe National Scooter Rally – Golden Coast Holiday Village. One of the largest rallies, with over 1000 scooterists attending. Lots of fun for all the family, including evening entertainment with fancy dress.

For further information 01934 417834.

The Rally also comes down to The Red Barn in Woolacombe!

22nd National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

22nd National Trust, Arlington Court – ‘What Lies Beneath’ creative writing workshop with The Write Road. Professional writers Lu Hersey and Lottie Sweeney will be leading the day focusing on Williams Blake’s picture ‘The Sea of Time and Space’.

The sessions are aimed at any writers over 18, from beginners to published writers. £40.00 per person. Booking essential. Contact details – Box office 0344 2491895.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

23rd Woolacombe National Scooter Rally – Golden Coast Holiday Village. One of the largest rallies, with over 1000 scooterists attending. Lots of fun for all the family, including evening entertainment with fancy dress.

For further information 01934 417834.

23rd Harvest Festival Service – St Sabinus’ Church, Woolacombe. Everyone is invited to this Festival Service followed by Harvest Supper. Collection during the service and any donations will go to the Ilfracombe Foodbank.

23rd Vintage Surf Meet – Hundreds of surf boards from the UK’s best private collections on show. Event is held at The British Surf Museum in Braunton. 10.00am – 3.00pm.

23rd National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

24th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

25th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Ilfracombe 10.00am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Café offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbour side environment before you depart.

25th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

26th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

27th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 7.30am, arrive back in Bideford at 7.00pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC.

27th 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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

27th National Trust, Arlington Court – Conservation in Action. Discover how the team care for the collections, from miniature model ships to stuffed birds and grand coaches. Event is free but normal admission charges apply. Meeting point the house or Carriage Museum, please check at Reception. 1.00pm – 3.00pm.

Tel 01271 850296 for details.

27th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

28th Woolacombe Brownies – to Celebrate their 80th Birthday! Quiz Night, Food and Raffle at The Tides Inn. Event starts at 7pm. If you wish to attend, please contact 01271 870670 or 07772061077 to enter your team! (All entries to be received by 23rd September please.)

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

28th The Red Barn, Woolacombe – The talented North Devon based Rock and Roll Band playing an eclectic mix from early Elvis to The Doors, The White Stripes and U2. 9.00pm – 11.00pm.

28th Macmillan Coffee Morning 10am – 1.00pm Woolacombe TIC.

28th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

29th Sail to beautiful Lundy Island! Depart Bideford 8.30am, arrive back in Bideford at 8.30pm. Book at Woolacombe TIC.

29th Steam Train at Woody Bay Station – Autumn Gala. Several engines in steam, marquee attractions, real ale and much more. www.lynton-rail.co.uk.

29th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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. Why not combine a visit to the Museum with a stroll on Morte Point and a pub lunch or cream tea in one of the local eateries?

30th Exmoor Open Swim – At Wimbleball Lake for its second year. The 2km and 4km courses take swimmers on stunning single loops around the lake. All in aid of the Pickwell Foundation. For further information www.exmoorswim.co.uk.

30th Steam Train at Woody Bay Station – Autumn Gala. Several engines in steam, marquee attractions, real ale and much more. www.lynton-rail.co.uk

30th National Trust, Heddon Valley – From Roman forts to Victorian industry, Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Enjoy a self-lead walk through this beautiful walking trail. Not suitable for young children. Dogs welcome on leads.

Collect map from NT shop. £1.00 per map. Tel 01598 763402. Free event.

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

National Trust Memberships

Join at Woolacombe TIC and get

Individuals £69

Two Adults £114

Family (with 2 adults) £120

Family (with 1 adult) £75

Young Person (13-25) £34.50

Child £10

Enjoy free admission to over 500 special places!


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