Guided Totnes Town Walk

Totnes K981474

Event Date:

12th August


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.


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