Category: Sports & Leisure

Jetty Marsh & Wharf Sidings Local Nature Reserve.
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Jetty Marsh & Wharf Sidings Local Nature Reserve.

Jetty Marsh and Wharf Sidings Local Nature Reserve This reserve lies next to the River Teign and the Whitelake Channel where they run between Newton Abbot and Kingsteignton. Jetty Marsh is part of the River Teign floodplain and is an intimate mixture of reedbeds, grassland, scrub and tidal waters fringed by mudflats. The area is...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Aller Brook Nature Reserve
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Aller Brook Nature Reserve

ALLER BROOK Although wedged between the A380 and the industrial estate Aller Brook provides an attractive walk where you will see all sorts of wildlife, kingfishers, rabbits voles, kestrels, and even otters. From Aller Brook you can follow the Templer way up stream to Jetty Marsh, or if it is low tide down stream beside...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Stover Country Park
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Stover Country Park

Stover Country Park is situated between Newton Abbot and Bovey Tracey. The Country Park historically formed part of the Bovey Heath, an area of wet boggy lowland heath covering the majority of the Bovey Basin. After the decline and sale of the estate in the 1930’s the site was brought by the Forestry Commission and...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Decoy Country Park
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Decoy Country Park

Decoy Country Park Decoy Country Park is located on the edge of Newton Abbot and was first created in 1988. It is thought that Decoy was named after an earlier lake at which ducks were lured into a ‘decoy’ and then caught and killed for food. In the late 19th Century ball clay was found...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Dawlish Warren
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Dawlish Warren

DAWLISH WARREN NATURE RESERVE The nature reserve at Dawlish Warren extends for 500 acres and is located on a long sand spit at the mouth of the River Exe. The sand spit is home to many species of wildlife. The spit is a combination of dunes, grassland, ponds, salt marsh and mud flats. The warren...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
The Two Moors Way
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The Two Moors Way

The Two Moors Way is a long-distance walking route between Ivybridge on the southern edge of Dartmoor and Lynmouth on the North Coast of Exmoor. This route has detailed waymarkings with the exception of the open moorland sections. This walk is 102 miles (163 km) in length. This walk links the only two National Parks...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Walk this Way
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Walk this Way

Walk This Way offers a variety of walks across Teignbridge, welcoming all ages and abilities. Get walking, meet new people and explore the countryside all on your doorstep – you will soon feel the benefits that gentle exercise can bring! How do I join and where do these walks take place? All you need to...

9th May 20189th July 2018by
Newton Abbot Gymnastics
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Newton Abbot Gymnastics

Gymnastics centre * Parent and toddler * Pre-school * Recreational and competitive gymnastics for boys, girls and adults. * Classes are held every day of the week for different ages and abilities.

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Newton Abbot Fishing Association
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Newton Abbot Fishing Association

Newton Abbot Fishing Association offers some of the best coarse fishing in Devon. There are rights on 20 waters in Newton Abbot and also the Rive Isle and Somerset Levels. Catches could include tench to 12lbs, bream to 9lbs and perch to 3lbs. PO Box 525, Newton Abbot, TQ12 9HY Email: newtonfishing@hotmail.co.uk

9th May 201817th July 2018by
Dainton Golf Club
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Dainton Golf Club

Dainton Golf Club is on the A381 Totnes road out of Newton Abbot. Set in 125 acres this is a modern, well laid out course, designed by Adrian Stiff in 1991. 20,000 trees have been planted and many lakes created. The course is a 6,400yds par 71. There is a 10 bay floodlit driving range....

9th May 20189th May 2018by