Do you love running and love North Devon?
Join Mara Yamauchi, the UK’s second-fastest female marathon runner of all time, for a coached running session. The session will be held in and around Woolacombe’s Dunes. It will include a warm-up,

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.

National

With David Kennard and his Sheepdogs.

Experience Sweep and Fly’s breathtaking work in their natural environment on the clifftops of Mortehoe, and hear about shepherding life in this beautiful corner of North Devon.

6pm every Thursday (5pm in September)

Maximum

Croyde Market is back for the Summer!

Croyde Village Hall 10-4. EX33 1LX.

A fabulous range of locally made gifts.

Sail to beautiful Lundy Island. Depart Bideford at 9.30am, arrive back at 9.30pm. 

Book at Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre in person, or by calling 01271 870553.

Whether you live locally, or are just visiting North Devon, a day trip to

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