Category: Things to Do

Dawlish, Teignmouth & Shaldon Beaches
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Dawlish, Teignmouth & Shaldon Beaches

Dawlish Warren Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of South Devon’s top family beaches. Distinctive sand dunes and an internationally recognised nature reserve Dawlish Town Beach Within a short walk from the town centre, Dawlish Town Beach is ideal to escape the hustle and bustle of the town. This long sandy beach is backed...

10th May 201817th May 2018by
Twin Towns Of Newton Abbot
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Twin Towns Of Newton Abbot

What are Twin Towns? Town-Twinning was developed in Europe after the Second World War. It was set up as a way to bring European people into a closer understanding of each other and to promote cross-border projects of mutual benefit. The idea is to twin towns and cities with similar demographic make-up in different countries....

10th May 201817th May 2018by
Haldon Riding Stables
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Haldon Riding Stables

Haldon Riding Stables is a family run business with a small friendly yard in a beautiful setting. Opens Monday to Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Sunday 10:00AM – 3:00pm

10th May 20189th July 2018by
Finlake Riding Centre
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Finlake Riding Centre

Finlake Riding Centre is situated on the Chudleigh road on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park. Finlake Riding Centre offers off road hacking for all ages and standards of rider as well as a * Saturday Club (For children aged 7 years upwards from 10am – 4pm) * Sunday Club for experienced child riders...

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Torbay Beaches
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Torbay Beaches

The English Riviera The beaches of the English Riviera range from long stretches of golden sand to rocky inlets lapped by quiet waves. There are secluded coves away from the crowds, and the larger sociable beaches for families. Along the 22 miles of the English Riviera coastline there are no fewer than 24 beaches and...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
South Hams Beaches
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South Hams Beaches

Bantham Beach A long stretch of fine sand, especially at low tide, backed by impressive dunes. There are plenty of rock pools to explore; making this long, sandy beach is very popular with families and surfers. The beach forms a promontory into estuary of the River Avon and has magnificent panoramic views. Bantham is a...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Beach Safety
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Beach Safety

Watch the tides Every year people are caught out by rising tides. Most often they suffer no more than wet shoes and a nasty fright, but there are occasionally fatalities. If you are planning to be on the beach for a lengthy period then check what the tides are doing. Enjoy the sun safely BE...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Jay’s Grave – Dartmoor
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Jay’s Grave – Dartmoor

It is said that in the late eighteenth century, 1790 some say, an orphaned baby was taken into the Poor House at Newton Abbot. The little girl was named, as was the custom, with a surname beginning with whatever letter the Poor House had progressed to, in this case ‘J’. As many of the commoner...

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

Newton Abbot Beekeepers Association UK Registered Charity Number: 270675 The aim of The Newton Abbot Beekeepers Association is to promote this fascinating craft and to encourage best practice. Newton Abbot Beekeepers Association (NABKA) is a branch of the Devon Beekeepers Association (DBKA), which in turn is affiliated to the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA). Founded in...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
St Leonard’s Tower
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St Leonard’s Tower

In the Centre of Newton Abbot stands the ancient tower of St Leonard or “The Clock Tower” as it has now more commonly known as by locals. It is thought that building work for the Church started in about 1220 when there is reference of the footings or foundations of a building sited on the...

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