Meet between the tree and the ramp at the Market Square, Totnes High St.
Cost by donation. Its up to you! Suggestion £20 visitors, £10 locals but it really is up to you.Private tours available: high-quality study visits in the Totnes and River Dart area.
Ways With Words is a vibrant 10-day festival, which gives a unique chance for those who read books to meet those who write them. For the first time it was held in 1992 and it was planned to be just a one-off literature festival at Dartington Hall. However, the first festival was a huge success, thus Ways With Words became an annual event.
The mission of the festival is to “promote both the written and the spoken word” and to gather people in spectacular surroundings, where they can share the pleasure and power of language and ideas. What is interesting is that while such genres as fiction, biography, history, art and science are the primary topics at the festival, there is also an emphasis on how to make and live more satisfying lives. You will have an opportunity to discuss these diverse topics with top politicians, journalists and writers who are invited to Ways With Words, to learn something new and to come up with your own ideas, arguments and conclusions.
- £15 per adult (over 16)
- £5 per child (12 – 16)
- Free for children under 11 (maximum 1 child per adult)
- VIP tickets £45 - to include a 3-course set menu of locally sourced produce. Limited availability and early booking advised. Two sittings, 6pm and 8pm.
One of the best places to try the delicious delights of what Totnes and the surrounding area has to offer is at the Totnes Good Food Sunday Market. Held on the 3rd Sunday of each month throughout the year, this award winning market has a reputation for offering a wide range of quality produce from dozens of local producers. Whether you’re looking for a tasty souvenir to take home or a unique gift, there’s plenty to keep your taste buds happy. There is no better place to talk food, taste food and buy food!