LEE ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR – for sixteen days from Saturday July 27th to Sunday August 11th in the Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11am to 4pm. In addition to our regular exhibitors we have some
Can you tell your seahares from your starfish?
Join the National Trust Beach Rangers to explore the wonderful rockpools of Combesgate Beach, near Woolacombe.
Suitable for all children but those under 14 must be accompanied.Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at
WW11 Displays including the American Red Cross National Register kept at the Red Barn in Woolacombe, which was used as a social centre for US troops. This historic document can be digitally searched. Photo exhibition of US soliders training on
Take a gentle stroll around the garden and pleasure grounds and find out more about the bees we’re encouraging at Arlington, including their favourite plants to pollinate. Pick up anytime from reception.
Children welcome. Dogs on leads are welcome.
Open Air Market, Croyde Bay, North Devon, EX33 1PA – next to Ruda Holiday camp.
Croyde Bay Market has been established in North Devon for 35+ years. On Sundays & Tuesdays throughout the Summer season they are a focal point
Alfie the Sheepdog stars in his own show. With just a hint of pantomime, the Farmyard Show tells the story of the rescue of Jemima, the duck in the castle. With the help of Mary the Fairy Pig Mother, and
Sail to beautiful Lundy Island. Depart Ilfracombe 10am, arrive back in Ilfracombe at 6.30pm. You can enjoy the Ilfracombe Aquarium Pier Cafe offerings in a delightful, relaxing, harbourside environment before you depart.
Book at Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre in person,
Tractor & Trailer Rides to Bull Point – Explore the North Devon Coast the easy way on our all weather trailer. Enjoy a trip to Bull Point Lighthouse with a local guide and hear more about the wildlife and wrecking
Can you find all the clues on the Baggy Point Coastal Family Trail? Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, Croyde, and learn more about the amazing coastal creatures that live here. Pick up you