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Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Widecombe Market

10:00 - 16:00
Market usually takes place on the 4th Saturday of the month. An interesting range of produce, from olives and olive oil to locally grown vegetables and plants. Cheeses, apple juice, honey, home made bread, cakes, jams; chutneys etc. are all there with the core stalls being beef, lamb and pork from local Widecombe farms.As well as produce you can enjoy stunning pictures and cards supplied by Dartmoor Photographs. Refreshments are provided by local groups and charities who benefit from the proceeds.
Location:  The Church House  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Di Cameron 01364 621218

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Bovey Tracey Farmers Market

08:30 - 13:00
This popular market takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. It provides local produce, fresh meat and game (when available), fresh fish, homemade cakes and preserves, Fairtrade stall, cheeses, pies etc. Held in Union Square, Bovey Tracey from 8.30am to 1.00pm. For enquiries regarding the market and stall hire contact the Market Manager: Marion Carpenter on 01626 834109.
Location:  Union Square, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  01626 834109

Tavistock Farmers Market

09:00 - 14:00
Markets take place on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of each month, from 9.00am to 2.00pm in summer, 1.00pm in winter - see our Market Calendar for details. Tavistock Farmers' Market is a treasure trove of fresh, tasty and attractive local produce. As well as being voted the 'Best Farmer's Market in the South West', Tavistock Farmers' Market was a finalist for Britain's Favourite Farmers' Market. Tavistock Farmers Market is held in Bedford Square, at the heart of the bustling historic market town. Everything you will find on sale here is produced within the local area, and our stallholders are the farmers, growers or producers themselves. All products sold have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholders. At Tavistock Farmers' Market, you will find a wide range of fine, fresh produce including a fabulous selection of bread, cakes, pies and pasties, goats cheese, organic eggs, milk and cream, fresh, succulent crab and lobster, traditional handmade pates, organic and home grown meat and poultry, flowers and vegetables, local honey, jams and preserves, cordials, confectionery, beans, grains, pulses and gluten free treats as well as tasty takeaway meals.
Location:  Tavistock  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  www.tavistockfarmersmarket.com or 01822 820360

Letterboxing- Over 20 years of memorabilia

29 May 2016  10:00 - 16:00
Exhibition
Location  Burrator Discovery Centre  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  http://www.swlakestrust.org.uk/lakes-and-facilities/the-lakes/burrator

Family Wildlife Watch: Pond Dipping and Bug Hunting

29 May 2016  10:30 - 12:30
Please wear old clothes and sturdy footwear. Hot chocolate and biscuits included.
Location  Burrator Discovery Centre  Booking: No  Charge: £1 per person
Contact details for further information:
  http://www.swlakestrust.org.uk/lakes-and-facilities/the-lakes/burrator

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Okehampton Farmers Market

09:00 - 16:00
Local food and craft producers meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, throughout the year. We have locally produced cheeses, yogurts, cakes, organic vegetables, pies and savoury bakes, organic chicken eggs and organic duck eggs, cut flowers, meat and meat products including lamb, pork, beef and wild venison (in season).
Location:  St James' Chapel Square, centre of town  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  www.okehamptonfarmersmarket.co.uk

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Bovey Tracey Farmers Market

08:30 - 13:00
This popular market takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. It provides local produce, fresh meat and game (when available), fresh fish, homemade cakes and preserves, Fairtrade stall, cheeses, pies etc. Held in Union Square, Bovey Tracey from 8.30am to 1.00pm. For enquiries regarding the market and stall hire contact the Market Manager: Marion Carpenter on 01626 834109.
Location:  Union Square, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  www.boveytracey.gov.uk or 01626 834109

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Inflatable Spaces Workshop

10 June 2016  10:00 - 17:00
Tom Randall-Page will introduce you to the exciting world of inflatable spaces! The group will design and build a large, futuristic blow-up structure - the type commonly used for festivals, camping, temporary nightclubs and moveable fun. The workshop would suit ANYONE over 14 yrs but might be of particular interest to young people and students interested in art, 3D design and architecture.Price: £40 Age: 14+Tutors: Thomas Randall-Page
Location  Outside Drewe Arms, Drewsteignton, EX6 6QN  Booking: Yes  Charge: £40
Contact details for further information:
  01647 281295 admin@dartmoorarts.com www.dartmoorarts.com

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Tavistock Farmers Market

09:00 - 14:00
The markets take place on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of each month, from 9.00am to 2.00pm in summer, 1.00pm in winter - see our Market Calendar for details. Tavistock Farmers' Market is a treasure trove of fresh, tasty and attractive local produce. As well as being voted the 'Best Farmer's Market in the South West', Tavistock Farmers' Market was a finalist for Britain's Favourite Farmers' Market. Tavistock Farmers Market is held in Bedford Square, at the heart of the bustling historic market town. Everything you will find on sale here is produced within the local area, and our stallholders are the farmers, growers or producers themselves. All products sold have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholders. At Tavistock Farmers' Market, you will find a wide range of fine, fresh produce including a fabulous selection of bread, cakes, pies and pasties, goats cheese, organic eggs, milk and cream, fresh, succulent crab and lobster, traditional handmade pates, organic and home grown meat and poultry, flowers and vegetables, local honey, jams and preserves, cordials, confectionery, beans, grains, pulses and gluten free treats as well as tasty takeaway meals.
Location:  Bedford Square, Tavistock  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  www.tavistockfarmersmarket.com or 01822 820360

Bovey Tracey Farmers Market

08:30 - 13:00
This popular market takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. It provides local produce, fresh meat and game (when available), fresh fish, homemade cakes and preserves, Fairtrade stall, cheeses, pies etc. Held in Union Square, Bovey Tracey from 8.30am to 1.00pm. For enquiries regarding the market and stall hire contact the Market Manager: Marion Carpenter on 01626 834109.
Location:  Union Square, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  01626 834109

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Wildlife Hit Squad

10:00 - 16:00
‘Make a Difference’ Sunday task. Habitat conservation volunteer tasks on East Dartmoor NNR. Tasks vary from month to month but include woodland, moorland and pond management tasks plus habitat management for threatened fritillary butterflies and opportunities for species identification
Location:  Yarner Wood car park, East Dartmoor NNR, Bovey Tracey, Devon. TQ13 9LJ  Booking: Yes  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01626 832330 or linda.corkerton@naturalengland.org.uk

Help the Rangers at Haytor

10:30 - 15:30
One of a regular programme of conservation work days planned for every second Sunday at Haytor. There will be plenty of variety with practical work being carried on habitat management and archaeological sites as well as keeping this iconic Dartmoor location looking good. Conservation work days are a great way of getting healthy exercise in a fantastic environment and meeting like-minded people, as well as helping to look after this special place. You will also learn more about Dartmoor’s important industrial and prehistoric archaeology, wildlife habitats and rare species, moorland management and the work of the Ranger Service and all FREE of charge. Booking is essential so that we can organise tools and equipment. If you wish to receive regular updates on conservation working opportunities or other Dartmoor news visit www.dartmoor.gov.uk and sign up for our free newsletter.
Location:  Haytor area, exact location provided at time of booking  Booking: Yes  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Please contact Simon Lee, Ranger for the Haytor area on 07711 104541 or email slee@dartmoor.gov.uk

Tin Working with DTRG

12 June 2016  10:00 - 16:00
Tin Working exhibition with Devon Tin Research Group and launch of our second 'Tin working' self-guided walk leaflet.
Location  Burrator Discovery Centre  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  http://www.swlakestrust.org.uk/lakes-and-facilities/the-lakes/burrator

Wildlife Hit Squad Wednesday Group

09:30 - 16:00
Habitat conservation volunteer tasks on Devon Wildlife Trust’s Bovey Heathfield Reserve and other sites across eastern Dartmoor. Tasks vary from month to month but will include lowland heath and woodland habitat management plus habitat conservation for threatened fritillary butterflies and opportunities for species identification.
Location:  This will alternate between Yarner Wood car park, East Dartmoor NNR, Bovey Tracey, Devon. TQ13 9LJ. Grid Ref: SX 784787 and Bovey Heathfield Reserve, Dragoon Close, Heathfield, Devon. Grid Ref: SX 824765 - details can be obtained on booking  Booking: Yes  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01626 832330 or linda.corkerton@naturalengland.org.uk

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Talk: 'War Horse': the story of the making of the film

16 June 2016  19:00 - 20:30
A talk by Paul Rendell looking at the story of the making of the film 'War Horse' and other films including 'Revolution on Dartmoor'. 7pm arrival for refreshments, 7.30pm talk begins.
Location  Burrator Discovery Centre  Booking: No  Charge: £3 per person
Contact details for further information:
  http://www.swlakestrust.org.uk/lakes-and-facilities/the-lakes/burrator

A little MOOR MERRIMENT

17 June 2016  09:00 - 23:00
Friday 17th - Sunday 19th June. A weekend celebrating traditional music and dance. Folk concert, free afternoon of dance and music with children's dance workshops, family Ceilidh and guided village walks, photography exhibitions. The weekend is rounded off with a Folk Church service. For a full programme of activity visit the website.
Location  Lustleigh  Booking: Yes  Charge: £5 to £10 some events free
Contact details for further information:
  www.moormerriment.wix.com/ALMM

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Okehampton Farmers' Market

09:00 - 16:00
Local food and craft producers meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, throughout the year. We have locally produced cheeses, yogurts, cakes, organic vegetables, pies and savoury bakes, organic chicken eggs and organic duck eggs, cut flowers, meat and meat products including lamb, pork, beef and wild venison (in season).
Location:  St James' Chapel Square, centre of town  Booking: No  Charge: free
Contact details for further information:
  www.okehamptonfarmersmarket.co.uk

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

'Start to Navigate' workshop

18 June 2016  10:30 - 16:00
This summer Fi and Lucy (The Two Blondes), in conjunction with Dartmoor National Park, will be running three ’Start to Navigate’ workshops. If you want to learn how to safely find your way off and back onto the beaten path, these workshops are for you. The aim will be to have fun whilst gaining confidence. No previous navigation experience is necessary. Please be aware this is a ladies only session, other sessions are running on Monday 25th July (Family Session) or Saturday 3rd September (Family Session).
Location  National Park Visitor Centre, Princetown  Booking: Yes  Charge: Adults (18 and over) - £15, Children (under 18) - £10 & Families - (up to 2 adults and 2 children) - £35
Contact details for further information:
  01822 890414 or email visit@dartmoor.gov.uk

World music premiere on Dartmoor

18 June 2016  19:30 - 22:30
The world premiere of a new composition, inspired by Dartmoor and composed by Michael Alec Rose, will take place on Saturday 18 June at a Summer concert in Moretonhampstead. Il Ritorno: A Perambulation for Unaccompanied Violin will be performed by internationally renowned violinist Peter Sheppard Skaerved on a 1629 Girolamo Amati violin (Amati’s son taught Stradivari the craft of violin making). The concert is being held on Dartmoor at the express wish of the composer, whose work has been performed widely in Europe, the United States and South America. It has often been said that Dartmoor has inspired writers, artists and musicians – and it could not be more true than for American Michael Alec Rose, who has had a 25 year love affair with the National Park. Michael Alec Rose said: ‘I have grasped – with a lingering romantic resistance – that there is, with all its "wildness", no wilderness to speak of on Dartmoor. Even the farthest reach of Foxtor Mire is favoured by certain sheep, who know its crossing by heart. Such interdependence between human beings and the natural world holds, of course, in all places. But Dartmoor is an objectively special case of the fragile harmony at work in the transactions of humanity and nature.’ ‘It’s what’s taken me a quarter-century to figure out: how to translate my experience into a music that reflects every aspect of the moor’s astonishment; how to compose something fit enough for Dartmoor’s beauty and strangeness to course through it.’ ‘That’s why I have called my piece Il Ritorno – The Return. The title points in the first place to my own endless homecoming, and in the second place, to the cyclical staying power of the moor through ages of alteration. At the heart of the Italian word Ritorno is tor (naturally). As for the subtitle of the work – Perambulation for Unaccompanied Violin – there is, of course, an appreciation of the ancient term for a comprehensive circuit of the moor (in this case, through music) and an affirmation of Dartmoor’s great gift of solitude.’
Location  St Andrew’s Church, Moretonhampstead  Booking: Yes  Charge: Tickets £10.00
Contact details for further information:
  Visit www.greenhillarts.co.uk or telephone 01647 440775

Manaton Produce Market

10:30 - 12:00
Market usually takes place on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Sales of local produce and craft.
Location:  Parish Hall  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Christina Everitt 01647 221302

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Bovey Tracey Farmers Market

08:30 - 13:00
This popular market takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. It provides local produce, fresh meat and game (when available), fresh fish, homemade cakes and preserves, Fairtrade stall, cheeses, pies etc. Held in Union Square, Bovey Tracey from 8.30am to 1.00pm. For enquiries regarding the market and stall hire contact the Market Manager: Marion Carpenter on 01626 834109.
Location:  Union Square, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  01626 834109

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Widecombe Market

10:00 - 16:00
Market usually takes place on the 4th Saturday of the month. An interesting range of produce, from olives and olive oil to locally grown vegetables and plants. Cheeses, apple juice, honey, home made bread, cakes, jams; chutneys etc. are all there with the core stalls being beef, lamb and pork from local Widecombe farms.As well as produce you can enjoy stunning pictures and cards supplied by Dartmoor Photographs. Refreshments are provided by local groups and charities who benefit from the proceeds.
Location:  The Church House  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Di Cameron 01364 621218

Tavistock Farmers Market

09:00 - 14:00
Markets take place on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of each month, from 9.00am to 2.00pm in summer, 1.00pm in winter - see our Market Calendar for details. Tavistock Farmers' Market is a treasure trove of fresh, tasty and attractive local produce. As well as being voted the 'Best Farmer's Market in the South West', Tavistock Farmers' Market was a finalist for Britain's Favourite Farmers' Market. Tavistock Farmers Market is held in Bedford Square, at the heart of the bustling historic market town. Everything you will find on sale here is produced within the local area, and our stallholders are the farmers, growers or producers themselves. All products sold have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholders. At Tavistock Farmers' Market, you will find a wide range of fine, fresh produce including a fabulous selection of bread, cakes, pies and pasties, goats cheese, organic eggs, milk and cream, fresh, succulent crab and lobster, traditional handmade pates, organic and home grown meat and poultry, flowers and vegetables, local honey, jams and preserves, cordials, confectionery, beans, grains, pulses and gluten free treats as well as tasty takeaway meals.
Location:  Tavistock  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  www.tavistockfarmersmarket.com or 01822 820360

Rites of Passage

25 June 2016  11:00 - 16:00
Rites of Passage. Have you or your loved ones been baptised, confirmed, married or have relatives buried at the church of St Michael’s and All Angels, Princetown ? If so, the Churches Conservation Trust and Princetown volunteers would like to welcome you to a tea party on Saturday 25th June 2016. Please bring with you any old photographs you would like to share or display, and anecdotes and stories for our forthcoming memory album. There will be teas, coffees, soft drinks, and plenty of tasty home-made cakes for you to try while you take in the scenery, and look at the simple splendour of this slender-towered granite Dartmoor church. There is plenty to see in and outside the church including a wall display on the church’s history, a who’s who of the buried prisoners, a world war one exhibition and a churchyard tour. Built between 1812-14 by prisoners captured in the Napoleonic Wars with France, and the War of 1812 with the United States - they were held at Dartmoor prison – it has a stunning east window just over 100 years old which has recently been restored. Created by Mayer of Germany the window was endowed originally by the descendants of American soldiers and naval men who died or were injured during the 1812 war. Cherry and Pevsner describe the location on Dartmoor as "unquestionably the bleakest place in Devon". It is 436 metres above sea level and exposed to high winds and twice the national average rain fall. But in June the sun will be out and the church will be filled with stained glass light. Do come and join us!
Location  St Michael and All Angels church, Princetown  Booking: No  Charge: free
Contact details for further information:
  kthompson@thecct.org.uk

Ilsington Community Market

25 June 2016  13:00 - 16:00
The Ilsington Community Market Saturday 25 June 2016 1 – 4pm at Ilsington Village Hall, Ilsington, Newton Abbot Come and join us for a Summer Market with a difference! The Community Market is now a regular event at the Village Hall enabling us to buy locally produced food and crafts……and all right on your doorstep! This market is full of traditional and modern handmade crafts and gifts - perfect presents for family, friends or even yourself! This month we are organising a FREE SEED & SEEDLING SWAP. Just bring along any spare seedlings that you have and you will be able to swap them for others. Local seedlings grow hardy plants that flourish in our Dartmoor climate! If you don’t have any seedlings to swap, then you can buy some for a small donation. There will be a RAFFLE and PONY RIDES too! As usual the café offers a great place to catch up with friends and neighbours and enjoy delicious bacon baps, cream teas and hot drinks. A community table is available if you have a few surplus vegetables, jams or plants to sell. Just bring along your priced items and we will sell them for you! Any profits from this market will be donated to Hannah’s (The Dame Hannah Rogers Charity). If you would like to have a stall at the market, please contact Su Wheaton on 01364 661318. See you all there!
Location  Ilsington Village Hall  Booking: No  Charge: free
Contact details for further information:
  01364 661318

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Okehampton Farmers Market

09:00 - 16:00
Local food and craft producers meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, throughout the year. We have locally produced cheeses, yogurts, cakes, organic vegetables, pies and savoury bakes, organic chicken eggs and organic duck eggs, cut flowers, meat and meat products including lamb, pork, beef and wild venison (in season).
Location:  St James' Chapel Square, centre of town  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  www.okehamptonfarmersmarket.co.uk

Bovey Tracey Farmers Market

08:30 - 13:00
This popular market takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. It provides local produce, fresh meat and game (when available), fresh fish, homemade cakes and preserves, Fairtrade stall, cheeses, pies etc. Held in Union Square, Bovey Tracey from 8.30am to 1.00pm. For enquiries regarding the market and stall hire contact the Market Manager: Marion Carpenter on 01626 834109.
Location:  Union Square, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  www.boveytracey.gov.uk or 01626 834109

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Burrator Discovery Centre 2nd Anniversary

3 July 2016  12:00 - 16:00
Celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the opening of the Discovery Centre. There will be lots of different activities for all ages plus home-made cake.
Location  Burrator Discovery Centre  Booking: No  Charge: TBC
Contact details for further information:
  http://www.swlakestrust.org.uk/lakes-and-facilities/the-lakes/burrator

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Tavistock Farmers Market

09:00 - 14:00
The markets take place on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of each month, from 9.00am to 2.00pm in summer, 1.00pm in winter - see our Market Calendar for details. Tavistock Farmers' Market is a treasure trove of fresh, tasty and attractive local produce. As well as being voted the 'Best Farmer's Market in the South West', Tavistock Farmers' Market was a finalist for Britain's Favourite Farmers' Market. Tavistock Farmers Market is held in Bedford Square, at the heart of the bustling historic market town. Everything you will find on sale here is produced within the local area, and our stallholders are the farmers, growers or producers themselves. All products sold have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholders. At Tavistock Farmers' Market, you will find a wide range of fine, fresh produce including a fabulous selection of bread, cakes, pies and pasties, goats cheese, organic eggs, milk and cream, fresh, succulent crab and lobster, traditional handmade pates, organic and home grown meat and poultry, flowers and vegetables, local honey, jams and preserves, cordials, confectionery, beans, grains, pulses and gluten free treats as well as tasty takeaway meals.
Location:  Bedford Square, Tavistock  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  www.tavistockfarmersmarket.com or 01822 820360

Bovey Tracey Farmers Market

08:30 - 13:00
This popular market takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. It provides local produce, fresh meat and game (when available), fresh fish, homemade cakes and preserves, Fairtrade stall, cheeses, pies etc. Held in Union Square, Bovey Tracey from 8.30am to 1.00pm. For enquiries regarding the market and stall hire contact the Market Manager: Marion Carpenter on 01626 834109.
Location:  Union Square, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  01626 834109

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Wildlife Hit Squad

10:00 - 16:00
‘Make a Difference’ Sunday task. Habitat conservation volunteer tasks on East Dartmoor NNR. Tasks vary from month to month but include woodland, moorland and pond management tasks plus habitat management for threatened fritillary butterflies and opportunities for species identification
Location:  Yarner Wood car park, East Dartmoor NNR, Bovey Tracey, Devon. TQ13 9LJ  Booking: Yes  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01626 832330 or linda.corkerton@naturalengland.org.uk

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Parkrun, Parke

09:00 - 10:30
A free weekly 5k run every Saturday for all abilities. The run starts on the drive to Parke House, all runners depart at 9am prompt. For more information and to register with Parkrun visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  National Trust, Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01626 834748 (weekdays only) or parke@nationaltrust.org.uk

Parkrun, Plym Valley

09:00 - 10:30
Free weekly 5k run every Saturday in the Plymbridge woodland for all abilities, all runners depart at 9am. To meet go from Plymbridge car park, on the Plympton side turn left at the road and go left through the kissing gate into the meadow. For more information about Parkrun and to register visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/
Location:  Plymbridge woods, nr Plymouth  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  Register with Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/form/. Further information on 01752 333500 ext 502, or charlie.mcguin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Okehampton Farmers' Market

09:00 - 16:00
Local food and craft producers meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, throughout the year. We have locally produced cheeses, yogurts, cakes, organic vegetables, pies and savoury bakes, organic chicken eggs and organic duck eggs, cut flowers, meat and meat products including lamb, pork, beef and wild venison (in season).
Location:  St James' Chapel Square, centre of town  Booking: No  Charge: free
Contact details for further information:
  www.okehamptonfarmersmarket.co.uk

Manaton Produce Market

10:30 - 12:00
Market usually takes place on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Sales of local produce and craft.
Location:  Parish Hall  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Christina Everitt 01647 221302

Wildlife Hit Squad Wednesday Group

09:30 - 16:00
Habitat conservation volunteer tasks on Devon Wildlife Trust’s Bovey Heathfield Reserve and other sites across eastern Dartmoor. Tasks vary from month to month but will include lowland heath and woodland habitat management plus habitat conservation for threatened fritillary butterflies and opportunities for species identification.
Location:  This will alternate between Yarner Wood car park, East Dartmoor NNR, Bovey Tracey, Devon. TQ13 9LJ. Grid Ref: SX 784787 and Bovey Heathfield Reserve, Dragoon Close, Heathfield, Devon. Grid Ref: SX 824765 - details can be obtained on booking  Booking: Yes  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01626 832330 or linda.corkerton@naturalengland.org.uk

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

Buckfastleigh Farmers Market

10:00 - 13:00
Buckfastleigh market usually takes place every Thursday. Producers include: Free-range home-reared beef, lamb, pork, poultry & game, meat pies, bacon & sausages; home reared pork, joints, gammons, sausages, bacon, plus lamb and beef; fresh local fish and smoked fish, shellfish, home produced fish based readymeals, fishcakes, Westcountry cheeses, goat & sheeps milk cheeses, butter and eggs; home baked fare, organic salad and vegetables; locally sourced vegetables; plants; venison; Luscombe cordials; hand crafted knitwear and Aloe Vera range products. Please contact the Farmers' Market in advance to double check times and location.
Location:  Buckfastleigh  Booking: No  Charge: Free
Contact details for further information:
  01803 762764

Widecombe Craft Market

10:30 - 16:30
Weekly Thursday Craft Market (running from 12th May - 13th October) at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, with a variety of hand-made products all created by Devon crafters! A typical range would include: pottery, jewellery, classical film photography of Dartmoor, engraved glass, house linen, knitwear, hand-spun wool and creative ideas with forks. Plus, weekly guest crafters, including: iron work, wood turning, engraved leather, fun wooden animals, honey and bee products, fused glass and hand painted bookmarks. There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue. There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor village. Some of the highlights include; fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor; scenic walks; challenging on and off road cycling; horse riding; two pubs; large car park with public conveniences; a National Trust shop; cafes; the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church); B & B’s; The Smithy Pottery; gift shops; Dartmoor Llama walks; a working forge; home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair. See www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com for more information.
Location:  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust's 16th Century Church House,TQ13 7TA  Booking: No  Charge: Free entry
Contact details for further information:
  Email: dartmoorphotos@btinternet.com or Call 01647 221326 or visit: www.dartmoorphotos.co.uk

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