Archives: What's On

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Jan
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31st
Dec

Music, performance and cinema in and around Totnes

From live music and performance to cinema, you'll find venues hosting events in and around Totnes all year round Click here to see what's on and where.
7th
Jan
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31st
Dec

Totnes Market

The Market Square has been home to the bustling weekly markets for hundreds of years, and today you can still stumble across this gem of a shopping experience every Friday and Saturday. Meet the friendly traders, soak up the colourful sights and discover a huge array of interesting items from local honey to delicious cake; clothes, plants, antiques and lots of other wonderful gifts and treats.
16th
Jan
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18th
Dec

Totnes Sunday Food Market

Every third Sunday of the month from 10am to 3pm. Come and explore the historic town of Totnes and visit the Totnes food market every third Sunday of the month with a wide range of wonderfully fresh and organic produce, direct from the producer and sourced as locally as possible. All size stalls are available please contact southhams.markets@swdevon.gov.uk
3rd
May
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28th
Sep

The Elizabethans Are Back!

The popular Elizabethan costume market will re-open on Tuesday 3rd May 2022 and will be held every Tuesday until the end of September.
Stalls will offer good quality items and bargains for you and your loved ones. So visit us on Market Square where a warm welcome awaits you.
15th
May
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12th
Jun

Lukesland Garden – Open Sundays & Wednesdays

Lukesland is a 24-acre family-run garden in Dartmoor National Park, on the edge of Ivybridge, in the South Hams, Devon. Set in the picturesque valley of the Addicombe Brook, Lukesland is well-loved for its wonderful range of spring and autumn flowering shrubs and specimen trees, some dating from Victorian times. The garden and tea room will be open at the following times this year: SPRING OPENINGS 2022 SUNS, WEDS AND ALL BANK HOLS (THURS 2 & FRI 3 JUNE) 11 - 5 TILL 12 JUNE (THEN CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER) Please see our website for detailed directions to our gardens
19th
May

Guided Totnes Town Walk

Every Thursday from April to the end of October, meet local guide Kathy Alexander at 10.30 am at the Tourist Information Office, Market Square. Learn about the history of the town in an informal and friendly walk. £8 per person, £4 under 16's.
20th
May

Paint & Dine Night

We will be hosting a Paint & Dine night on Friday 20th May from 5pm! This will be £35.00 per person which, includes the cost of painting and glazing your chosen ceramic, a delicious grazing board (meat and veggies options available) which you can enjoy at your table whilst you paint, along with a selection of mini cakes! You can order wine as an optional extra too! Group bookings welcome! Book Online here
26th
May

Guided Totnes Town Walk

Every Thursday from April to the end of October, meet local guide Kathy Alexander at 10.30 am at the Tourist Information Office, Market Square. Learn about the history of the town in an informal and friendly walk. £8 per person, £4 under 16's.
27th
May
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29th
May

Kingsbridge Food & Music Festival

This three-day celebration showcases local tastes and sounds. The stunning waterside town square in Kingsbridge is the backdrop for a food and music lovers' heaven — featuring a tempting array of locally produced delicacies to enjoy while listening to an eclectic mix of talented musicians. This family-friendly festival is free, and features some of the finest acts in the South West. Foodies will be faced with mouth-watering dilemmas between Thai, Indian, sushi, paella, street food, wood-fired pizzas, pasties, ice cream, or locally baked sweet treats. Little ones will be keen to visit the Kids' Zone for nature-inspired craft activities, while the adults are sure to enjoy the buzzing cocktail and cider bar, or the selection of quality real ales and local wines.
27th
May
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29th
May

Spring Rails & Ales

Real ales, ciders and craft beers,  steam and heritage diesel trains into the evening, in collaboration with the Devon Diesel Society. Trains will be running all day with departures from each end of the line (Buckfastleigh and Totnes) at frequent intervals throughout the day.  
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