What's On Southwest Magazine Spring/Summer 2022

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Welcome to What’s On Southwest Magazine - Spring/Summer Edition 2022. Proudly established in 1996, making the magazine 25 years young in bringing you the Best of the Southwest. We are also proudly one of the longest running regional magazines in the UK. We have exclusives on Torre Abbey, Bristol Sounds featuring Noel Gallagher, Interview with Sarah Brown to promote her new album ‘Sarah Brown Sings Mahalia Jackson’ and an exclusive feature on Paignton Harbourside. Also featuring the Ultimate Festival Guide, a comprehensive Beach Guide and events of all kinds for everyone to enjoy. We are the only publication that has a full-time social media department where we update our website and social media 24/7, 365! As we have a lot of visitors coming to the Southwest & the English Riviera we have added new features such as an online Beach Safety Guide, Regional Live Music Guide and the Regional Art & Culture Guide. Please visit our website where we also have the most comprehensive

What’s On & Events Guide in the Southwest featuring Top Family Attractions & Great Days Out. For tickets & information on all the top quality theatre shows featuring the Southwest’s premier theatres check out our theatre section. You can also book tickets in association with TicketZone on our website for all major UK tours, concerts and shows. Click on the link at the top of the website where you will find essential information for the shows currently on sale. For more exclusives, competitions and a complete online & downloadable version of the magazine please visit our official website and social media. If you would like to advertise with us online or in the next edition of What’s On Southwest Magazine please use the contact info below. Stay safe, look after each other & have a great Summer! From all the Team @ What’s On Southwest Magazine www.whatsonsouthwest.com

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Open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays (10am till 5pm, last entry 4pm). Torre Abbey Café open 7 days a week.

Torre Abbey

Welcoming visitors for over 800 years Torre Abbey Torre Abbey is Torbay’s most historic building, a multi-award-winning visitor attraction, set within 18 acres of stunning gardens and parkland. • • • • • • •

More than 600 incredible works of art, from the 18th century to the present day State-of-the-art technology, telling the Abbey’s fascinating story An exciting programme of specially curated seasonal exhibitions Family-friendly trails and fun children’s activities A secret walled garden, home to the Agatha Christie Potent Plants display A packed programme of events and activities throughout the year Onsite café and gift shop

History Founded in 1196, Torre Abbey became the wealthiest English monastery of the order of Premonstratensian canons. The extent of its survival makes Torre Abbey the best-preserved medieval abbey in Devon and Cornwall. After King Henry VIII closed the monastery in 1539, two of its former ranges of buildings were adapted for use as a private house. From 1662, this house became the home of the Cary family, who lived here for nearly 300 years. Art and Culture Today the abbey provides an ideal setting for Torbay’s collection of paintings and antiques, most of which have been donated by local people. Several times a year, Torre Abbey welcomes visiting art exhibitions from partners including the V&A, the Tate and the Arts Council Collection.

Family Friendly Activities We recognise that children are the museum visitors of tomorrow, so we want them to have the best experience possible. Free activity sheets are available from the main desk, while we also organise regular treasure hunts and other workshops and activities to complement our visiting exhibitions. The Gardens Our award-winning garden is famed for exuberant plantings of herbaceous perennials, roses and dahlias. Rare shrubs and trees flourish in the English Riviera climate, and our palm and cactus house contain tropical and subtropical plans. Crime fiction fans will also enjoy the Agatha Christie Potent Plants Garden that celebrates Torquay’s most famous former resident. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am until 5pm (last entry 3.45pm) and on Bank Holiday Mondays. Torre Abbey Café open 7 days a week. Visit: www.torre-abbey.org.uk


“Brown’s warm, soulful voice glows with a haunting beauty.“ MOJO **** “A powerhouse of Soul, Jazz and Blues….Album of the Year“ WHAT’S ON LONDON ***** “Sarah Brown’s interpretation of the Mahalia Jackson songbook has all the unbridled passion, soulful uplift and attention to creative detail to do justice to this seminal figure in the history of black music. This is welcome balm for troubled times.“ ECHOES MAGAZINE


Soul Music For Troubled Times An with acclaimed singer

SARAH BROWN You may not know Sarah Brown’s name but you’ll definitely have heard her voice.

I was lucky to be able to catch up with Sarah to find out a bit more about her new album & plans for the future.

From her collaborations with legendary artists such as Simple Minds, George Michael, Stevie Wonder, Duran Duran, Simply Red, Roxy Music & Pink Floyd. Sarah Brown is one of the most prolific and in-demand vocalists in the world.

Jamie: Sarah, what was the inspiration on releasing ‘I’m On My Way’ as the first single and why?

Sarah Browns’ debut album ‘Sarah Brown Sings Mahalia Jackson’ was released on 20th May 2022. The album sees Sarah offer her interpretations of some of the classic tracks of arguably the most famous gospel singer of the last century who gave Brown hope and sanctuary through hard times faced over the years. Having recently appeared on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour performing her debut single ‘I’m On My Way’, she is currently on tour with Simple Minds with whom she has been playing with for the last 15 years. Jim Kerr from Simple Minds comments: “In a sane world Sarah’s colossal talent would ensure that she would be front of stage every night, so I would be in the front row. Every night. I am her biggest fan after all”

Sarah: Coming out of the pandemic of the last two years, I felt the message of this song was appropriate. Its about being determined to reach your goal. Placing one foot in front of the other until you get to where you want to be. Never giving up! Jamie: Having had a very decorative career in the music industry as one of the most highly sort after singers in the world, you have worked with many exceptional bands. Is there any particular singer or band you have drawn the most inspiration from? Sarah: Yes, I would say Incognito and Simple Minds. They both have shown great determination and grit. It really doesn’t matter the size of their audience, 20 people or 90,0000 people, the performance is always powerful and full of energy. Jamie: Why did you feel that now is

the time to release your your debut solo album? Sarah: The pandemic made me realise that I would be most miserable if I couldn’t sing. For years I wanted to do something but I was crippled by fear. I figure if I don’t do it now I will never do it and I just would not be able to face myself. Facing my fear has helped me to move forward. Jamie: How difficult was it to choose the musicians to play on the album and what was the style you were trying to achieve? Sarah: It took me years to approach Colin Good (the piano player) because I was afraid he would say no. When I finally dug up the confidence to ask him he was delighted and pretty much understood what I wanted straight away. Colin, who is a fan of Ma Rainy and Bessy Smith suggested I ask Tom Wheatley (the bass player) who also said yes straight away. I then thought Jerome Brown (on drums) and Luke Smith (on organ) would be perfect because they both come from totally different backgrounds to CD and TW which makes for great musical tension. The style I was trying to achieve was influenced by early Jazz, blues and the spirituals. I was only going to achieve this with the very best Musicians and that’s what I’ve got on this Album, all four musicians have worked with Giants in the music industry and you can hear their skill throughout the album. I am happy with the sound/style of the Album. It was always going to be an experiment,

The style I was trying to achieve was influenced by early Jazz, blues and the spirituals. but I had no idea that it was going to sound as good and as authentic as it does sound. ‘Didn’t it Rain’ has a jazz feel. ‘Knowbody Knows’ has a spiritual feel then it goes into a swing jazz feel. ‘Walk over Gods Heaven’ has a hint of Rock & Roll with a bit of early swing. Totally AMAZING, SUCH FUN!!!! Jamie: Do you plan to tour the album and if so what kind of venues would you like to play? Sarah: I would love to tour the album. I know it will bring much joy to the audiences, (that was always my intention.) The type of venues that will

did not hold back with her vocals. Inevitably she moved me deep within. I learnt to sing from an honest place. As a result of this, I am often told that I move people deep within. I don’t know any other way of singing. Sarah is a wonderfully charismatic beautiful human being. She has bought colour, light and exceptional sound to so many others. Now it is time for her to shine.

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best suit this body of work are venues like ‘Below Stone Nest’ in Shaftesbury Avenue London. St Pancras Old Church. Oran Mor Glasgow. These venues are acoustically brilliant for the piano which features heavily and the upright Bass together with the organ and Drums. As a result of this, more and more jazz bands are using these spaces. Jamie: Mahalia Jackson has been a great influence can you tell us why? Sarah: Mahalia Jackson has inspired me from a young girl because she

Mahalia Jackson has inspired me from a young girl because she did not hold back with her vocals. Inevitably she moved me deep within. SARAH BROWN SINGS MAHALIA JACKSON OUT 20th MAY ON LIVE RECORDS. AVAILABLE ON CD & LP AND FROM ALL DIGITAL & STREAMING PLATFORMS For more information please visit: www.sarahbrownofficial.com

Festival Guide 2022

For up to date information on these and many more festivals please visit www.whatsonsouthwest.com/category/festivals CURSUS CIDER & MUSIC FESTIVAL 2nd – 5th June 2022 Canada Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset www.cursusfestival.com

ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL 16th – 19th June 2022 Newport, Isle of Wight isleofwightfestival.com

THE GREAT ESTATE FESTIVAL 2nd – 5th June 2022 Scorrier Estate, Cornwall www.greatestatefestival.co.uk

GOLDCOAST OCEANFEST 17th – 19th June 2022 Croyde Bay, North Devon www.goldcoastoceanfest.co.uk

BIG FAKE FESTIVAL SOUTH WEST 3rd -5th June 2022 Escot Park, Devon www.fakefestivals.co.uk

GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL 22nd - 26th June 2022 Worthy Farm, Glastonbury www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

BRISTOL SOUNDS 2022 22nd-27th June 2022 Cannons Marsh Amphitheatre, Bristol Harbourside Tickets: www.seetickets.com LET’S ROCK EXETER – THE RETRO FESTIVAL 2nd July 2022 Powderham Castle, Exeter www.letsrockexeter.com A PERFECT DAY 3rd July 2022 Powderham Castle, Exeter www.aperfectdayfestival.com

OUTCIDER FESTIVAL 4th – 7th August 2022 Fernhill Farm, Somerset www.outciderfestival.co.uk LOVE SUMMER FESTIVAL 5th - 7th August 2022 Newnham Park, Devon www.lovesummerfestival.com THE LITTLE BIG FESTIVAL 12th-13th August 2022 Ashburton, Devon www.thelittlebigfestival.co.uk

LATITUDE FESTIVAL 21st – 24th July 2022 Henham Park, Suffolk www.latitudefestival.com

NATURE VALLEY GONE WILD with Bear Grylls 25th - 28th August 2022 Powderham Castle, Devon www.gonewildfestival.com

CHAGSTOCK MUSIC FESTIVAL 22nd – 23rd July 2022 Dartmoor, Devon www.chagstock.info

WATCHET MUSIC FESTIVAL 26th – 28th August 2022 Watchet, Somerset www.watchetfestival.co.uk

WATCHET MUSIC FESTIVAL 26th – 28th August 2022 Parsonage Farm, Watcher, West Somerset www.watchetfestival.co.uk

SUNSET ON THE WEST 9th-11th September 2022 Fernhill Farm, Somerset www.sunsetonthewest.com

CAMP BESTIVAL 28th - 31st July 2022 Lulworth Castle, Dorset www.campbestival.net

ABBFEST FOOD BEER & MUSIC FESTIVAL 16th – 18th September 2022 Fermoys Garden Centre, Ipplepen www.abbfest.org

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A celebration of all things pop and Eighties, Let’s Rock offers gloriously unpretentious non-stop fun, with legendary artists performing hit after hit to a crowd of all ages. Each of the fourteen one-day festivals features one or two headliner acts plus a host of stars from the era when pop ruled the world, including ABC, Level 42, Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins), Nik Kershaw, Jason Donovan, Tony Hadley, Nick Heyward, The Selecter, Go West, Belinda Carlisle, Toyah, Scritti Politti, Johnny Hates Jazz, Bad Manners, Pigbag & many, many more. "We’ve heard great things about Let’s Rock and are looking forward to making our debut next summer with a headline set" say Squeeze, who took British new wave rock around the world with hits including “Cool For Cats”, “Up The Junction” and “Pulling Mussels (From The Shell)”, songs that still sound as fresh and original today as when they were written. Returning to headline in 2022 are electropop pioneers OMD, whose frontman Andy McCluskey describes Let’s Rock as “The best music party with our best music friends!”, while fellow headliner and Let’s Rock legend Billy Ocean says, “I genuinely love playing Let’s Rock, the atmosphere is always brilliant. Ten thousand crazy fans singing your songs back to you – what could be better?!”

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The UK’s biggest retro festival series Let’s Rock have announced their 2022 headliners and performers. In a line-up packed with pop icons, Let’s Rock 2022 headliners include Billy Ocean, Adam Ant, OMD, The Human League, Wet Wet Wet, and - making their Let’s Rock debut - Squeeze.


Live Music

Plymouth Pavilions Tel: 0845 146 1460 www.plymouthpavilions.com

The Flavel, Dartmouth Tel: 01803 839530 www.theflavel.org.uk

JUNE 3rd The Overtones 25th Dionne Warwick

JUNE 11th John Horler – Bill Evans Tribute 17th Classical Series : Kathryn Stott

JULY 26th James Arthur AUGUST 26th Land of The Giants plus Special Guests SEPTEMBER 23rd The Story of Soul 24th Fastlove 2022 – A Tribute to George Michael OCTOBER 8th Lost in Music 14th Sixties Gold 29th The Proclaimers NOVEMBER 12th Thank you for the Music 15th Kaiser Chiefs 2022 19th Bellowhead

JULY 9th Clare Teal Duo 2022 OCTOBER 8th Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman 23rd Fairport Convention – Live NOVEMBER 18th Classical: Laura Van Der Heijden 26th Gigspanner Phoenix, Exeter 01392 667080 www.exeterphoenix.org.uk JUNE 4th Brother Strut 5th Chris Smither + Zak Trojano

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11th Oas-is 12th Jonny & The Baptists: Dance Like it Never Happened 21st Courtney Marie Andrews

23rd Laura Veirs + Joni 24th Elvana 29th Martin Carthy JULY 2nd `Transglobal Underground 24th Kate Westbrook & The Granite Band 28th Hurray For the Riff Raff 30th Phonic Fest 2022

OCTOBER 3rd !!! (Chk Chk Chk) 8th Skids 9th Hannah & Toby 12th Newton Faulkner 13th Leveret 18th Thea Gilmore 22nd Porridge Radio 26th Coco & The Butterfields NOVEMBER 3rd Jo Harman & Mike Farris 4th Blanchange 5th My Baby 9th Hugh Cornwell 11th Wishbone Ash 18th Ruts DC 26th The Showhawk Duo

AUGUST 24th Laundromat 26th Joan As Police Woman SEPTEMBER 1st Handsome Family 2nd Gwenifer Raymond 5th Sons of the East 12th Lime Cordiale 21st Cleveland Watkiss and the Great Jamaican Songbook 23rd Turin Brakes For more venues and concerts please visit www.whatsonsouthwest.com

You’re invited to Bristol’s NEW food and drink trade show. The Source Roadshow brings 160 South West producers, hospitality and catering companies, food service, and business services to Bristol, for one day only.

REGISTER NOW! To get your hands on your free trade entry badge, register online or call 01934 733456. For stand booking enquiries call 01934 733433.


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Fuelled By Cider

Fuelled By Cider have been ‘fermenting a West Country music revolution’ since 2012 with a number of highly regarded small festivals and gig promotions across the South West.

The emphasis of FBC events is fun, inclusivity and original music, with a loyal following coming back every year and creating a unique big family atmosphere. It’s a distinctly simple and grassroots ethos with no corporate advertising or circus-style distractions, but their events punch well above their weight with the quality of live acts who perform.


The flagship August event Outcider Festival has been joined by Cursus Festival on the spring bank holiday and Sunset On The West in early September. To complete the calendar, In Cider Festival takes the summer festival vibe indoors at Sand Bay Holiday Village near Weston-super-Mare in early February. The four festivals have many things in common, but are very much unique in their own way. Check out www.fuelledbycider.com for details of each one.

See our festivals on the next page!

The Cursus Cider & Music Festival

4 days and nights of original music and friendly, small festival vibes in beautiful Dorset. We are family, dog and camper van friendly!

A small festival with a big line-up, as Saturday night headliners Dutty Moonshine Big Band are joined by the likes Random Hand, Black Water County, Popes Of Chillitown, Emily Capell, Skimmity Hitchers, The Leylines, Dana Immanuel, Imprints, Subgiant, Irie Fire, Mellowmatic and Samantics and more, plus DJs and night-time camp fire. See poster for full line-up! Only a small amount of tickets remaining for this. “Grass roots, non corporate, friendly and down-to-earth gem of a festival.” eFestivals review 4/6/19

Outcider Festival

Outcider Festival returns to Fernhill Farm near Bristol in August 2022. Expect the usual mad mix of genres and original music across two barn-covered stages! Our stellar cast of 35+ acts includes The Dreadnoughts, Undercover Hippy, Skimmity Hitchers, Da Fuchaman, Crazy Arm, Panic Shack, Dakka Skanks, Drop In The Ocean, IDestroy, Old Sea Legs Nosebleed, Captain Hotknives and Monkey Bizzle, with many more still to be announced! You can also enjoy the delights of Punk Rock Karaoke, Ciderobics and Ladies Day plus a late night camp fire session. Tickets include tent camping and live-in vehicles are welcome for an extra fee.

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Sunset On The West

Sunset On The West is a brand new, family-friendly festival at Fernhill Farm in Somerset! We’re making the festival season last that little bit longer – come join us… As well as the usual mash-up for adults, there will be specific entertainment and activities aimed at children on this wonderful working farm deep in the Mendip Hills. Get farm-familiar with wool-making workshops, site tours and more. An excellent line-up of live music includes The Beat, The Longest Johns, Buster Shuffle, Sound Of The Sirens, Will Varley, Mark Chadwick (The Levellers), Black Water County, Nick Parker and The Hawkmen with more to be announced.

In Cider Festival

If you think that summer festivals don’t happen in winter... think again! In Cider brings all the festival fun inside for a weekend of live music and seaside entertainment in early February. A weekend ticket also includes half board chalet accommodation and leisure facilities including an indoor pool. The beautiful Sand Bay beach is just across the road for bracing morning walks before you party on each day! Tickets for 2023 are on sale now and line-up announcements are imminent. This is a hugely popular festival and early booking is recommended.

tickets & details: www.fuelledbycider.com

BRISTOL SOUNDS CONFIRM SIX HEADLINERS FOR 2022! Bristol Sounds has announced its first return to the city’s much-loved harbourside since 2019 will see the event expanded to six nights for the very first time. Bringing a diverse bill of live music to the heart of the city, the open-air summer concert series will take place from Wednesday June 22nd to Monday June 27th 2022. Event promoter Conal Dodds of Crosstown Concerts said: “We’re proud to announce our strongest line-up yet for Bristol Sounds 2022. After a long period without open air live music, the 2022 event marks a new and exciting rebirth for our harbourside series. Following an epic headline set at The Downs, Bristol in 2018, firm festival favourites Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will top the bill on Wednesday 22nd June. Bristol Sounds is confirmed as one of Noel Gallagher’s only UK performances for 2022. Paolo Nutini returns to Bristol for the first time since selling out the harbourside site in 2014. With a new album set to be released in 2022, this will be one of the few opportunities in the

UK to see Paolo this summer. Perennial favourites Elbow also return to the harbourside for the first time since 2018, having also headlined The Downs festival in 2017. Assured to get Bristol dancing, British electronic music duo Jungle will headline on Saturday 25th June. The show with be the first time Bristol Sounds has had an all afternoon event, with gates opening at 2pm and a full supporting bill still to be announced. Sunday 26th June welcomes Swedish Soderberg sisters First Aid Kit, headlining their biggest ever show in the south west. Johanna and Klara will return

with a new album in 2022. Closing this year’s event will see the biggest Bristol show ever by Philadephian rock band The War on Drugs. This show is bound to be a fitting close to this year’s stunning line up. Tickets for all shows are on sale now at: www.seetickets.com For more information please visit crosstownconcerts. com and facebook.com/ bristolsoundsofficial or follow @Bristol_Sounds @Crosstown_live on Twitter and @bristolsounds @crosstownconcerts on Instagram. The hashtag for this year’s event will be #BristolSounds2022

Tickets for all shows are on sale now at www.seetickets.com




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CHAGSTOCK FESTIVAL 2022 “The Best Little Festival in The South West” Festival Theme is “Summer Holidays” Psychedelic rock band Kula Shaker have been announced as the Saturday headliner of July’s Chagstock festival. The band rose to prominence in the nineties with their unique Indian-infused rock ballads, with hits such as Govinda, Tattva, Hush and Hey Dude. The indie rockers will play tunes from their latest album, First Congregational Church of Eternal Love and Free Hugs. The record has been described as their “most inspired album in years.” Kula Shaker will join Friday night headliner, Ash, on a packed lineup. The shindig takes place on 22nd – 23rd July at a beautiful site near Whiddon Down. Simon Ford, Chagstock festival organiser, said: “We’re thrilled to announce this fantastic band confirmed to play on the Saturday night. They have a new album to be released in early June, so it’s great timing for us and them to hear old hits

we know and new ones to discover.” Simon added: “Ash have a string of hits that most people will know and enjoy. They will get the Friday night crowd going, I have no doubt about that.” Ash have just released a specially compiled Best Of album, showcasing the biggest tunes of their 25-year career, with hits such as Girl from Mars and Shining Light. Folk-Punk band, Ferocious Dog, will also bring their thumping tunes and infamously lively fanbase to Dartmoor in July. The band who count the Levellers as an influence, never fail to get the crowd jumping. Other acts on the bill are Plymouth fivepiece, The Native, solo songwriter, Mim Grey, Funk and Soul band Tom McGuire & the Brassholes, and quirky act, Pattern Pusher. Swedish act Baskery, a band made up of three sisters, will also bring their Americana style to the festival.

CHAGSTOCK FESTIVAL 2022 £99 (Adults), £69 (Youth 12-17) Under 12’s are free (ticket is still required). A Family Ticket for 2 Adults & 2 Youths is £280. (booking fees apply)

All weekend tickets include 2 nights of camping and car parking. Campervans £20 Day tickets, Group deal and Disabled + Carer tickets also available.

For tickets and more info head to: www.chagstock.info





‘A Perfect Day’ is a new single day outdoor live music event taking place at scenic locations across the UK, featuring some of the best singers and songwriters the country has to offer. Bring your picnic blanket & your dancing shoes and get ready to enjoy the ultimate day out with music, great facilities and fine food and drink in the glorious grounds of Powderham Castle in Exeter! After almost 2 years of staying in, Summertime 2022 looks set to be the season we can return to our friends, to festivals and dancing in the beautiful British Countryside. Multi Platinum, Multi Brit & Grammy award winner David Gray, returns to the stage, celebrating 20 years since the release of his formative album ‘White Ladder’. One of the most heart warming word of mouth successes in musical history, which sold 7 million copies and opened up the airwaves for the thousands of modern troubadours who followed. David will be performing with his full original live band and equipment to recreate the album’s live sound, along with a selection of his greatest hits. James Morrison is one such successful troubador. James is the go to artist for lazy Sunday afternoons

in the sunshine.. He’s had 4 top 10 albums , 2 of which held the number 1 spot and 5 top 10 singles, with ‘Broken Strings’ reaching Number 2. BRIT and Ivor Novello award winner Tom Odell became a household name when his first single ‘Another Love’ smashed into the UK Top 10 and his debut album ‘Long Way Down’ was a huge number 1 record around the world. Gabrielle released her debut single ‘Dreams’ in 1993 topping the UK singles chart, she’s since had a string of hits including; ‘Give Me a Little More Time’, Walk On By, If You Ever (w/ East 17) ‘Out Of Reach’ and ‘Rise’. The stunning line up is completed with British Country duo The Shires and local folk sisters Wildwood Kin for a truly Perfect Day!



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The Great Estate festival is bursting at the seams with live music, quality entertainment and lots of fun fringe things to do. A stylish fete for all ages with cabaret shows, participatory workshops, magical trails, gorgeous glamping and a flair for the extraordinary. This year the festival is headlined by Manic Street Preachers, one of the most influential and iconic rock bands to have come out of Wales. Throughout the years they have collected fans from all over the world, maturing and changing musically whilst always keeping the classic Manics sound. There will be wild performances from an inspired line-up, including the mighty Electric Six, The Sugarhill Gang, Grandmaster Melle Mel’s Furious 5 & Scorpio, DJ Yoda, Elektra Fence (Ru Paul’s Drag Race), Krafty Kuts, The Future Shape Of Sound, Loup Garoux (Ed Harcourt), Will & The People, ‘Oh My God! It’s The Church’, Dick Valentine & returning once again, to the prestigious grounds of Scorrier House, festival favourite, Funk and Soul icon Craig Charles, who will undoubtedly whip the crowd into yet another high energy dancefloor frenzy.

A most rambunctious garden fête. Set within the mystical grounds of Scorrier Estate, Cornwall. The Great Estate is an Award-winning Boutique, Family Festival. Now in its 5th year, 2022 will see it bigger than ever with an increased capacity of 10,000 guests across the 4 day Jubilee weekend.

NEW for 2022, and to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee, there will be a World Record attempt of the most people wearing paper crowns, a festival-wide Royal Themed Fancy Dress Competition for the whole family to enjoy and the much loved Victorian Games will now become The Royal Garden Games themed to include activities that royals have enjoyed throughout the years. Tickets start from only £65 for a three day weekend pass, or can be upgraded to include Thursday to celebrate the full four day Jubilee!

FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO GET TICKETS www.greatestatefestival.co.uk/tickets

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Summer holiday fun “Let’s go to the beach,

is back on!!! no let’s go to the waterpark!” No need to choose when you go to Splashdown Quaywest, the UK’s largest all outdoor waterpark that’s right on one of South Devon’s favourite beaches at Goodrington Sands, Paignton. Brilliantly combining eight fantastic flume rides and some of the English Riviera’s finest views; it’s the perfect place for a family trip. Experience the heart-stopping plummet of the Devil’s Drop, or give the Screamer your best yell as you slip slide on down! Twisting mat slides and everyone’s favourite Surf Lagoon and Raging Rapids; ring slides that will literally have you hanging on to the edge of the tyre! There’s even a tiddler splash for the little ones. Feeling like a bit of a breather then there’s a swimming pool area, lots

of sun beds to relax on and the waterpark café ‘The View’ serving burgers, hot dogs, fries, drinks and slushes or grab yourself a great tasting Marshfield ice-cream. All that fluming certainly works up an appetite. So come on in the water’s fine – Splashdown Quaywest water is heated to near Mediterranean temperatures, so what are you waiting for book this summer’s most memorable day out now!

Online booking for the waterpark is essential; there are no walk up tickets are available. Get all the up to date information on opening dates, session durations, times and prices at:





Our restaurant is set in the beautiful grounds of Barton Pines Mansion with Stunning Views over Torbay. Drinks from 3pm and food from 5pm-8pm. Our dishes are created from high quality, locally sourced produce and ingredients, offering Vegetarian and Vegan options and catering for many dietary requirements. On offer is a full a la carte menu including Steaks, Pizzas Gourmet Burgers, Pasta, Fish and Seafood. Our desserts are all homemade. Our menu changes seasonally and we also have a specials board. We can cater for various events, functions and special Occasions The Carvery at Barton Pines Every Sunday from 12 noon Three quality Westcountry meats: Turkey, Beef & Gammon (Vegan & Vegetarian options available) Booking is highly recommended



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AT BARTON PINES Luxury Spa Treatments Our treatments use products sourced locally from Apothespa, who offer high quality, cruelty free, luxury skin and body care products, handmade in Totnes, Devon. Their products are 100% vegetarian and mostly vegan – please ask your therapist for future information. Relaxing Aromatic Full Body Massage | Hot Stone Massage Deep Tissue Massage | Indian Head Massage | Blissful Facial Experiences Idyllic Sunday Spa Package for only £75pp Enjoy a tailored 1 hour pamper to suit your needs. Choose two of three treatments of either a 30 min back, neck and shoulder massage, a 30 min facial or a 30 min Indian Head Massage. Then head downstairs to the Restaurant for a delicious Carvery (Package includes Sunday carvery meal for 1 person) Opening Times Monday to Saturday 9am-6pm Sunday 9am-4pm




For more information and bookings Tel: 0330 1274300 www.bartonpines.co.uk

Licensed Bistro on the Harbourside Paignton Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks & Hot & Cold Drinks. We have ‘Specials’ boards with Fresh Local Seafood including our fabulous Seafood Platter. Pizzas now available to eat in or takeaway!

Live Entertainment

Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Check our Facebook page for details

The Acoustic Sunshine Band

Saturdays 6.00pm - 9.00pm The Acoustic Sunshine Band with Special Guests

Sundays from 4.30pm

Limited Seating Available - Booking Essential

Telephone: 07470 510979 West Quay, Paignton Harbour, TQ4 6DT

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Paignton Harbour One of the true gems in the crown of the English Riviera Paignton Harbour nestles on the western shores of Torbay situated midway between Torquay and Brixham harbours. Its’ understated beauty and authentic ‘fishing haven’ feel are often overlooked by visitors to the area and even some locals. The harbour was established in the 18th Century and the local Council has managed the harbour since 1935. Paignton was a thriving fishing harbour for many years and some of the old traditions of seamanship are kept alive and passed on through generations of Paigntonians. Today the harbour remains a hive of activity, especially during the summer months and a vast range of different users enjoy the benefits of this unassuming maritime gem. With many fantastic places to eat, drink and socialise and now a lovely craft market running through the Summer months Paignton Harbour really is the place to be. Over the next few pages we are focusing on Paignton Harbour so that you can see the fantastic things it has to offer. For more information please visit www.whatsonsouthwest.com.

Paignton Harbour

One of the true gems in the crown 01803 524865 info@anchorsrest.co.uk

Anchors Rest

Anchor’s Rest is a family run, high quality harbourside bistro offering excellent value on a wide range of exciting dishes. We believe in sourcing the best, freshest, local, finest foods to ensure quality dining for all of our lovely customers. Enjoy the stunning views of Paignton harbour & beyond whilst dining on fresh local produce.

01803 527389 info@tjsrestaurant.co.uk

TJ’s Restaurant

44 Cliff Road, Paignton, TQ4 6DL

TJ’s boasts an outside terrace and dining room with stunning views across the bay and wonderful, freshly prepared food from local suppliers ensuring the best quality and flavours. Customers can sit outside and encompass the most wonderful views of picturesque Paignton Harbour and along the stunning coastline to Torquay, Thatcher Rock and beyond, whilst enjoying our plentiful gastronomic delights!

01803 229000 harbourlight@staustellbrewery.co.uk

Harbour Light

44d South Quay, Paignton Harbour, TQ4 6DT

Harbour Light, North Quay, TQ4 6DU

The Harbour Light is perfectly perched along the waterfront in Paignton. A tasty menu of traditional pub classics can be savoured either by dining al fresco or beside the open fireplace during the colder months. Kick back and enjoy a bite to eat while gazing at the maritime activity across the water.

of the English Riviera 07470 510979


Roundham Road, Paignton, TQ4 6DT

Mollys is a licensed food & drinks kiosk situated on an elevated position with stunning views overlooking Paignton Harbour. We are open daily from 8am until 9pm through the summer season. We have live music at weekends & one or two evenings midweek. Check our Facebook page for updates. We serve hot & cold food including our famous crab sandwiches during the day & Tapas style food from 5pm. Hot & cold drinks available all day & alcohol & cocktails served from 12pm until 9pm daily.

01803 528170

Crab & Hammer, South Quay

Celebrating Fantastic Devon Crab. At Crab & Hammer we want you to take it easy and feast on our fantastic Devon crab whilst enjoying a pint or chilled glass of wine, taking in the view over Paignton Harbour to Torquay. Whether you chose to take up a hammer and commence battle with a whole crab or you tuck into one of our handpicked crab rolls we aim to blow you away with the joys of Devon crab.

01803 401920

Paignton Amateur Rowing Club

South Quay, The Harbour, Paignton, TQ4 6DU

The South Quay, The Harbour, Paignton, TQ4 6DT

Paignton Amateur Rowing club has been established since 1890 and puts a-lot of rowing activity out on the water. It also has a sports bar open to the general public with panoramic views of the Harbour and Bay, offering a large selection of beers wines and spirits. It has Sky sports on 2 75” screens a full Size pool table and dart boards. No membership required.


Paignton Harbour Markets

Weather Permitting

Sunday Markets throughout the summer season: 10am-3pm. Friday Evening Markets from 17th June: 5pm-8.30pm/9pm. Lovely range of items from Paintings, Handmade Dog treats, Wax Melts, Jewellery, Stone and Driftwood crafts to locally made Gin. Something for everyone and things you cannot buy on the high street.







Traditional family run pub situated in the heart of Paignton close to all the local amenities and a short walk from the seafront. All visitors can be assured of a warm welcome by our friendly team.

•• Full menu with seasonal specials board. Served all day from 12 noon •• •• Home Cooked Sunday Roast ••

•• Cask Ales and Real Ciders •• •• Family Friendly ••

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01803 551190 53 Torbay Road, Paignton TQ4 6AJ



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breakfast served daily from 9.00am full menu SERVED FROM 12 noon handcrafted pizzas & handmade burgers locally sourced fish & seafood fresh seasonal salads regularly updated specials board locally roasted artisan coffees wide selection of quality teas homebaked cakes & snacks large beer garden

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we can cater for any occasion parties, weddings, meetings family gatherings, etc. hot & cold menus choice of buffets

regular live music by local bands find us located at the end of the beach in preston, paignton

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MAY fullThomas menu SERVED FROM 12 noon 1st RICH COTTELL | 8th King L | 15th Chris handcrafted pizzas & handmade burgers 22nd Emma Pick | 29th Plum Sellors o



JUNE 5th Emma Pick | 12th Wave Collective Duo JULY 3rd King L | 10th Emma Pick 24th Rich Cottell |

locally sourced fish & seafood fresh seasonal salads regularly updated specials board | 19th Yonder Folk | 26th Rob Hut locally roasted artisan coffees wide selection of quality teas homebaked cakes & snacks | 17th Chris Thomas large beer garden 31st Mafia 4

AUGUST 7th Rich Cottell | 14th Rob Hunt | 21st Stav & Dunc ‘Overthinkers’ | 25th TBC



on o cti rSEPTEMBER 4th TBC | 11th Emma Pick | 18th Guy Stockwell | 25th Mafia Babies for hire we we can can cater cater for for any any occasion occasion

OCTOBER regular live 2nd Yonder Folk | 9th TBC | 16th New Daze | 23rd TBCmusic | 31st TBC parties, parties, weddings, weddings, meetings meetings family family gatherings, gatherings, etc. etc. hot hot && cold cold menus menus choice choice of of buffets buffets

by local bands find us located at the end of the beach in preston, paignton

01803 665066

THE MANOR INN A Friendly Village Pub

Free Car Park

A full range of locally sourced, freshly prepared meals

Dogs Welcome

New Alfresco Dining area with patio heaters to keep you warm whilst you dine

A venue for celebrations, company events and family gettogethers

Fabulous B&B

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Look out for our occasional themed dinner evenings!

Every Thursday

8:00pm Jonathan’s Quiz, with wine & cash prizes. Visitors welcome.

Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday evening Steak Night: 2 mains + a bottle of wine, all for £30. Includes sizzling rump steak & tuna steak on a stone!

Every Sunday

8:00pm Diddy’s music & general knowledge quiz, with wine & chocolate prizes. Visitors welcome.


• Single Tariff & No Extras* • 24 hours Service • All major credit cards and debit cards accepted • Textback or Ringback service when your car arrives • Business Accounts available *5,6,7 or 8 passengers subject to separate tariff & small surcharge over Xmas and New Year.



AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT 6 En-Suite Rooms Large Restaurant & Bar Areas Locally Sourced Food & Drink Full Menu plus Specials Sunday Lunch – Served All Day

Hospitality Gold Pub Award

Hospitality Silver Restaurant Award

Stunning Beer Garden – overlooking Churston Station Large Car Park - Patrons, add your registration at the bar for FREE Parking all day Lunch Special - Monday to Saturday 1 Course £8.95 l 2 Course £11.95 l 3 Course £14.95 Selected Menu Happy Hour 5.30-6.30pm


Fridays £1 off All Draft Beers & Ciders


£1 off Large Glass House Wine

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The Railway Inn, Dartmouth Road, Churston Ferrers, Brixham, Devon TQ5 0LL

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Indulge your senses in our brand new thermal spa Fire & Ice experience • 8 person hydropool • Herbal & Finnish sauna • Aroma steam room • Drench bucket • Ice fountain • Shower experience • Heated loungers • Zen relaxation area

01803 400190


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Falkland Road, Torquay, TQ2 5JJ

Informal dining at its best

• Alfresco drinking and dining on the Bistro Terrace • Open daily for coffees, snacks, lunches and evening dining • Dip ‘n’ Dine* in our Aztec Indoor Pool • Live evening Summer entertainment * See website for Terms & Conditions

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01803 400145 www.tlh.co.uk

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Shiphay Chippy The


Tuesday to Thursday: 12pm-2:00pm & 5pm-8:00pm Friday: & 5pm-9:00pm 0pm -2:0 12pm Saturday: 12pm-2:00pm & 5pm-8:00pm Sunday: Closed

A large Selective Menu with a fantastic range of Fish, Burgers, Chicken & Sausages. Special Meal Deals & Kids Meals Available. To see our menu and place your order please visit www.shiphaychippy.co.uk

01803 431161

1 Collaton Rd, Shiphay, Torquay TQ2 7HH

Fantastic Italian Cuisine Tasty Spaghetti, Pizza and Lasagna Delicious Desserts and a Fine Selection of Wines

Restaurant Open

Opening hours 4-9pm Sunday to Thursday | 4-10pm Friday & Saturday Closed on Wednesday Takeaway/Delivery Available All Prices are CASH ONLY

01803 296321

Avanti Restaurant & Pizzeria 171 Higher Union Street, TQ1 4BT Torquay



Full Menu plus Daily Specials Locally Sourced Food & Drink Hospitality Silver Pub Award

‘Great Menu & Fantastic Sunday Lunch’ Served all Day

Hospitality Silver Restaurant Award

01803 863733 thepigandwhistleinn.co.uk

Lunch Special - Monday - Saturday 1 Course £7.95 2 Course £10.95 3 Course £13.95 Selected Menu l


Newton Road, Littlehempston, Totnes, TQ9 6LT on the A381 between Totnes & Newton Abbot

Donna & Phil McCann Celebrating 10 years at the Pig & Whistle



14th Century Award Winning Pub, Restaurant & Garden Bar open all day on Sunday’s and from 4th June open all day on Saturday’s Food is served Daily: 12-2.30pm / 6-9pm and Sunday’s 12-4pm & 6-9pm

Reservations: 01803 558279

The finest local produce is used to create a wonderful array of dishes and our Menus change regularly. A Small Plate option is available for our Lunch-time diners (Mon-Sat) New Lunch Menu options from £8 - Full Menu Also Available Join our VIP Loyalty Card - Start Saving Today The Church House Inn, Village Road, Marldon, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 1SL


Panoramic View of the Bay Relaxing Lounge Area Multi Award Winning Gardens

Find us on Babbacombe Downs, opposite Babbacombe Theatre

Pub Quiz Every Monday 70’s & 80’s Disco Nights Entertainment Every Weekend

BOOK NOW & RESERVE YOUR TABLE ONLINE: www.babbacombeinn.co.uk 59 Babbacombe Downs Road, Torquay, TQ1 3LP | 01803 316200

Ann Reiter Art Jeiann Reiter also known as Ann Reiter, is a bright, up and coming self-taught German-Filipino abstract artist. Born in Cagayan De Oro City, Philippines on the 8th of March in the year of 1997, she now resides in Devon, England. She has amassed an impressive international following of admirers on social media where she finds inspiration and support. Her medium however, is far removed from the digital world of manipulated images. She paints bold, active brush strokes, strategic uses of palette knives, sponges, and all kinds of art materials on small to large canvases. Her art is dynamic and raw. After discovering how the mere change of a few brush strokes could dramatically alter the emotions conveyed by watercolour and oil art mediums, she found her freedom in acrylic and abstraction. She has evolved to create a less representational visual language. Anonymous, sometimes obscured, express her personal reality filtered through feeling. In her recent paintings she has made a more or less complete retreat from representation. Reflecting her energy and state of mind when painting, colour will take precedence over shape, departing from the distraction of realism.

Although my personality is revealed through my art, I do not wish to force an interpretation upon my audience. Another thing I’d like to add is that many of us don’t like the feeling of buying something that’s mass-produced, so by doing my own original art and only offering in limited edition, I can bring you unique and out of the ordinary wall art that stands out from the mass productions while maintaining the feeling of exclusivity.

www.artbyjeiannreiter.com reiterbyareiter@gmail.com

insta: @artbyjeiannreiter

You will be warmly welcomed at the Breakwater Bistro

Breakwater, brixham Beach Bar & Takeaway *Full Food Menu *Live Music *Licensed Bar *Beach Goods *Fresh Seafood *Open Everyday *Coffee Shop OPENING HOURS:

Summer Season - Every day from 10am till late Winter Season - From 10am-4pm Plus Friday & Saturday Evenings

Tel: 01803 856738

Theatre Guide BABBACOMBE THEATRE TORQUAY 01803 328385 www.babbacombe-theatre.com JUNE 4th Babbacombe’s Big Big Jubilee Show - 3pm 11th The Rat Pack - 7.30pm 18th Rock with Laughter - 7.30pm JULY 9th Jimmy Tarbuck ‘A Life in Showbusiness’ 7.30pm 15th Gary Delaney: Gary in Punderland - 7.30pm 16th Everything Changes - The Take That & Robbie Williams Story - 7.30pm 22nd Jim Davidson Unlocked 2022 Tour - 7.30pm 30th The History of Rock - 7.30pm AUGUST 5th Supreme Queen - 7.30pm 12th The Carpenters Experience - 7.30pm 19th Nish Kumar Your Power Your Control - 7.30pm 20th Oh What A Night! - 7.30pm 27th The Darkside of Pink Floyd - 7.30pm SEPTEMBER 3rd The American Four Tops - 7.30pm 9th Jim Davidson Unlocked 2022 Tour - 7.30pm 10th Meat Loud - 7.30pm 16th The Rubettes - 7.30pm 23rd On Tour with Elvis - 7.30pm 24th Calling Planet Earth - 7.30pm 30th G4 – Live - 7.30pm

OCTOBER 7th Celine – My Heart Will Go On - 7.30pm 8th Sinderella Adult Panto - 3pm & 7.30pm 14th Chris McCausland - Speaky Blinder - 7.30pm 15th Seriously Collins - 10 Piece Phil Collins/ Genesis Tribute - 7.30pm 29th The Bootleg Sixties Featuring the Overtures - 7.30pm NOVEMBER 5th Down for the Count Presents a Century of Swing - 7.30pm 12th The Estefan Experience – Rhythm is Gonna Get You - 7.30pm 25th Milton Jones: Milton Impossible - 7.30pm 26th Elvis Good Rockin Tonight - 7.30pm Additional info check the website: www.babbacombe-theatre.com

BIJOU THEATRE PRODUCTIONS @ THE PALACE THEATRE PAIGNTON 01803 665800 JUNE Every Tues, Wed & Thurs from 7th June Agatha Christie’s The Unexpected Guest JULY Every Tues, Wed & Thurs until 28th July Agatha Christie’s The Unexpected Guest

For all shows and concerts from the following theatres please visit our online theatre guide at: www.whatsonsouthwest.com/theatre


THE UNEXPECTED GUEST Lost in the fog a man stumbles through the open French windows of a remote house. He finds a woman standing with a gun in her hand near the body of her dead husband. The husband was a detestable man, a bully and a control freak. Thinking Laura the wife has done the murder the stranger agrees to help her. The police are puzzled by a set of unidentifiable finger prints and the plot thickens when it turns out that a man called MacGregor had a grudge against the dead man as he had killed MacGregor’s son whilst driving under the influence of alcohol. There are so many twists and turns of plot as more suspects emerge and more people cannot really account for themselves on that fateful night. But Miss Christie surprises us all as always with a final twist.

Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday at 7.30pm

7th June - 28th July 2022 Tickets £15 01803 665800 info@palacetheatrepaignton.co.uk www.palacetheatrepaignton.co.uk The Palace Theatre, Palace Avenue, Paignton, TQ3 3HF


Seaside Fun!

“Teignmouth a Grand Pier iside Proper Seas highlight”

OPEN DAILY FROM 10am Grand Pier, Promenade, Teignmouth, Devon, TQ14 8BB WWW.TEIGNMOUTHPIER.COM | @TEIGNMOUTHPIER

Newton Abbot Museum

Museum Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:30am-4:30pm Saturday 9:30am-1:30pm Closed Mondays, Sundays and Bank Holidays

Admission to the Museum is FREE! Newton Abbot Museum, Newton’s Place, 43 Wolborough Street, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 1JQ www.museum-newtonabbot.org.uk

Telephone: 01626 201121

Events and Exhibitions Museum: Make and Create Free family friendly workshops on the first Saturday of the month, pre-booking recommended. Monthly Relaxed Visit

Explore the Museum in a calm and relaxed environment with reduced sound levels and a quiet space available. No booking required.

Picturing the Past Multi-award winning artist Christy Burdock has teamed up with Newton Abbot Museum and residents to produce a series of drawings inspired by life in the town, past and present.

9 April - 3 September Royal Commemoratives from the Torquay and South Devon potteries.

An exhibition by Torquay Pottery Collectors Society at Newton Abbot Museum

15 September - 13 October In commemoration of the Platinum Jubilee The ‘Picturing the Past’ and ‘Fired for Royalty’ exhibits are free to visit during usual opening times. For further information and to keep up to date with the latest events and exhibitions visit the ‘What’s On’ page on our website:


Summertime Events The Queens Platinum Jubilee Events Thursday 2nd June Saturday 4th June June Beacon Morning - Town Centre Performances lighting from Two Sisters Dance School Afternoon - Music from Close At 9.45pm. Harmony Vocal Group ‘Forte’ Sunday 5th June ‘Party in the Park’

Courtenay Park, 12.00 noon - 4.00pm Band concert, stalls, children’s entertainment.

Newton Abbot’s thriving town centre offers a great mix of high street names and independent retailers, including regionally renowned independent department store Austins. Combine your Jubilee celebrations with a touch of retail therapy - real people serving you in real shops. And don’t forget, we’ve plenty of great places to eat and drink too! For a full list of regular events and entertainment visit the website: www.newtonabbot-tc.gov.uk 74

in Newton Abbot Saturday 25th June Crowning of the Carnival Queen With music from ‘Spectrum’ Town centre 11am - 1pm

Monday 4th July - Sunday 10th July Carnival week A program of carnival activities and events. Newton Abbot Carnival

NewtonAbbotCoun NewtonTownWoman Newton Abbot Now Newton Abbot Town Council Please note: These events are outdoors and are therefore subject to weather permitting.



family fun!

From Otters to Owls by Steam Great value joint tickets for the South Devon Railway, Dartmoor Otters & Buckfast Butterflies and the Totnes Rare Breeds Farm. Spend a whole day with us! Free car parking at Buckfastleigh Station, TQ11 0DZ. By rail to Totnes.

www.southdevonrailway.co.uk 01364 644370

Enjoy Traditional Seaside Fun and The Latest in Gaming & Entertainment

Cafe • Ice Cream • Donuts • Sweets • Mini Wheel • Bouncy Castle Trampolines • Mega Slides • New Play Centre • Racing Games • Video Games Latest Simulators • Fun Pushers & Games • Brilliant Prizes • Jurassic Golf

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Voted one of Devon’s Enjoy Traditional Seaside Fun And The Latest Gaming & Entertainment top Inattractions Cafe, Ice Cream Donuts, Sweets Bumper Boats Bouncy Castle Trampolines Mega Slides

New Casino Area Racing Games Video Games Latest Simulators Fun Pushers & Cranes Brilliant Prizes




Open Daily February half term until October half term

10am until Late

Funder Park have sourced the latest family rides & attractions to ensure the entertainments on offer bring something fresh & new to Dawlish Warren.

Funder Park

Funderpark, Beach Road, Dawlish Warren, Devon, EX7 0NF If you are visiting by train the best train station to visit is Dawlish Warren we are 50 yds from the station. Loads of car parking (charges apply).

Regional Beach Guide 2022 Here is a guide to some of the nicest beaches in and around the Southwest and The English Riviera. At What’s On not only is your enjoyment our goal but also to be safe with everything we have to offer Remember to always keep your children in sight and make sure they wear a life jacket - please see some more safety tips below. ANSTEY’S COVE Anstey’s Cove sits between Torquay and Babbacombe. This quiet, peaceful and incredibly beautiful, small shingle beach nestles between high cliffs and a thickly wooded hillside. This is great place to come if you want to escape the crowds.

BABBACOMBE BEACH Babbacombe is a delightful small shingle beach set beneath the cliffs at Babbacombe Downs. An interesting place to explore with rock pools, cliffs and walks.

BANTHAM BEACH Looking out onto the shallow Bigbury Bay and the iconic Burgh Island, this popular family and surfing beach is deep in the South Hams with easy access to a number of walks towards Thurlestone or South Milton Sands. When the tide is out the beach is enormous and the pooch will be more than happy to roam around the area for hours while you soak up the seemingly never-ending panoramic views. BEER BEACH At the end of the picturesque fishing village of the same name is this pebbled beach surrounded by beautiful boats and limestone cliffs. As the cliffs give you natural protection from the wind, you can be sure of a microclimate warmer than many of the other exposed beaches in the county. BLACKPOOL SANDS Although the name may be slightly misleading – the beach is actually made up of shingle – the claim that it’s ‘South Devon’s most picturesque beach’ certainly holds water. Located just 15 minutes outside of Dartmouth, surrounding woodland runs right down to the edge of the beach, creating a combination of countryside and coast that few other beaches in the county can boast. There are sand pits, a bathing raft and water sports

equipment to hire so you can fully enjoy your day on the beautifully clear seas.

BREAKWATER BEACH Breakwater is a small shingle beach next to the picturesque Brixham Harbour and the long breakwater. With its calm warm waters it is a favourite for scuba diving. There are fish, seahorses, seagrass and interesting underwater landscapes to be seen. BROADSANDS BEACH Broadsands is a beautiful long sandy beach in an idyllic rural setting. It’s gently sloping gradient makes it a popular choice for families with children or those wishing to distance themselves from amusement arcades. At low tide interesting rock pools are exposed at the southern end of the beach and there is a large area of parkland directly behind the beach, the perfect spot for a game of football or cricket. CHURSTON COVE The secluded little cove of Churston is an idyllic spot surrounded by cliffs and wooded hillsides. The beach is peaceful and incredibly beautiful and consists of shingle and sand. There is a steep path leading down to the beach which passes through mature woodland and opens out to reveal a small cove with spectacular scenery.

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DAWLISH WARREN Dawlish Warren Beach is one of South Devon’s top family beaches. A long sandy beach, distinctive sand dunes, an internationally recognised nature reserve and clean safe bathing waters.

which is an area of established park land.

ELBERRY COVE Elberry Cove is a pretty shingle beach with beautiful clear water which can only be reached by foot along the South West Coast Path from Broadsands or Brixham. This is a beautiful sheltered beach surrounded by wooded hillsides in an idyllic rural setting. EXMOUTH BEACH Sitting at the mouth of the River Exe, Exmouth is a traditional seaside town just half an hour drive away from Exeter. Often described as the gateway to the Jurassic Coast, its beach is also classically British with a promenade situated just behind the golden sands. As it’s such a large beach it won’t typically feels crowded and there is always ample room to do whatever familyoriented activity you like whether that’s a game of beach cricket, flying a kite, or taking the dog for a walk. GOODRINGTON SANDS This mainly sandy beach with clean, calm waters represents an unusual combination of attractive scenery, the Quaywest Water Park and Goodrington and Youngs Park,

HOLLICOMBE BEACH Set below high sandstone cliffs this sheltered beach is a real suntrap. At low tide interesting rock pools are exposed at both ends of this fine red sand beach. This delightful little bay provides the perfect setting to get away from the hustle and bustle of Torquay. The lovely Hollicombe Park is just above the beach. MEADFOOT BEACH Meadfoot is a shingle beach nestled below an array of spectacular cliffs which provides a perfect setting for those who prefer a quieter environment in which to relax. From the beach you can see Thatcher Rock and Brixham on the opposite side of the Bay. ODDICOMBE BEACH Nestled at the bottom of red sandstone cliffs Oddicombe beach is a sheltered haven for those looking for a relaxing day out. This attractive stretch of shingle beach is perfect for simply hiring a deck chair, lying back and enjoying the spectacular views. PAIGNTON SANDS This long stretch of red sandy beach is situated either side of Paignton Pier. It is backed by an area of parkland which is used for various activities, the Geoplay Park

and events during the summer season, and is capable of accommodating large numbers of people. PRESTON SANDS Preston is red sand beach just a short walk from Paignton Sands and is very popular with families. Behind the beach is Preston Green which runs the length of the beach and is a safe area for the children to have fun or play a game of football or cricket. SHOALSTONE BEACH Shoalstone is a small shingle and rocky beach just along the coast from Brixham Harbour and breakwater. It is adjacent to Shoalstone Pool, which is Brixham’s outdoor seawater swimming pool and is one of only a few left in the country. At low tide rock pools are exposed which are great to explore and nearby is Berry Head National Nature Reserve.

of 749 American servicemen. To honour those who lost their lives, a Sherman tank recovered from Start Bay stands at the edge of Torcross car park. TEIGNMOUTH A long, family friendly beach overlooked by the impressive Victorian pier, with large children’s play area, skate park and crazy golf nearby TORRE ABBEY SANDS Torre Abbey Sands is an excellent long sandy beach west of Torquay harbour and is located along the seafront in Torquay. This is the main beach for Torquay and is popular with holidaymakers from the surrounding hotels, day visitors and locals. The sandy beach is great for making sandcastles and rests between rock headlands which provide a safe sheltered area. WOOLACOMBE BEACH An epic 3-mile swathe of glistening sand that runs into the equally as famous Putsborough Beach, Woolacombe is a longtime favourite with families and young people. Lined with colourfully painted beach huts, surf hire huts, a bouncy castle, and a huge boat-swing, Woolacombe has something to keep everyone happy.

SLAPTON SANDS With Slapton Sands on one side and the Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve on the other, the A379 is likely one of the most unusual and picturesque roads you’ll drive down in Devon. Looking out on to Start Bay, this fine shingle beach was the scene of disaster in 1944 as friendly-fire during D-Day preparations led to the deaths


Est: 1996 There are a huge variety of animal attractions in the South West to enjoy – from vast zoos and magical aquariums, to petting farms and educational wildlife centres. Pennywell Farm Lower Dean, Buckfastleigh TQ11 0LT A Full Day of Family Fun at Pennywell Farm. Treat your family to a full day of family fun and animal action at Pennywell Farm. With a different activity, show or display every half hour, hundreds of friendly animals and four FREE rides, you won’t waste a single minute. There is plenty of indoor space to play and picnic and if it rains during your visit we will give you a FREE return ticket.

Tel: 01364 642023


The Donkey Sanctuary Slade House Farm, Sidmouth EX10 0NU The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth, Devon is open 365 days a year. Our donkeys love to meet new people, so come and discover their unique characters and stories here in Sidmouth, Devon - completely free of charge. Explore our exciting new indoor attractions and find out just why donkeys matter through fun, interactive displays.

Tel: 01395 578222


The Mare & Foal Sanctuary Coombe Park, Littlehempston, Totnes,

Devon, TQ9 6LW

The miniature pony centre sits on the edge of wild and magical Dartmoor in Devon is a hidden gem of all things small, cute and cuddly. The Miniature Pony Centre is an animal lover’s idea of heaven located in the heart of Dartmoor National Park!

Tel: 01647 432400


Miniature Pony Centre Wormhill Farm, North Bovey, Devon, TQ13 8RG The miniature pony centre sits on the edge of wild and magical Dartmoor in Devon is a hidden gem of all things small, cute and cuddly. The Miniature Pony Centre is an animal lover’s idea of heaven located in the heart of Dartmoor National Park!

Tel: 01647 432400


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Zoo & Wildlife Guide World of Country Life Sandy Bay, Westdown Lane, Littleham, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 5BY

World of Country Life is a family owned visitor attraction in Exmouth, Devon. With a busy programme of daily activities, a museum of farming, extensive vintage vehicle collection, acres of indoor and outdoor play areas, wide variety of animals to interact with and a fantastic on-site restaurant, a visit to World of Country Life is an excellent day out for the whole family, whatever the age, whatever the weather!

Tel: 01395 274533 www.worldofcountrylife.co.uk

Shaldon Wildlife Trust Ness Dr, Shaldon TQ14 0HP We are set in an acre of peaceful woodland gardens on the Ness headland, just above the beautiful fishing village of Shaldon. The Zoo offers a tranquil setting and benefits from ample council run parking on our doorstep. You can also have free re-entry on the same day, so after exploring our local area and having some lunch, you can come back and see the Margay and Civets’ feeding times!

Tel: 01626 872234 www.shaldonwildlifetrust.org.uk

Dartmoor Zoological Park Sparkwell, Plymouth PL7 5DG Join us for a fun packed, animal filled day, on the edge of one of the UK’s most beautiful landscapes. Hidden on the borders of Dartmoor National Park, Dartmoor Zoo boasts a wonderful 33 acres of woodland, celebrating a wide range of exotic and native animals, including the biggest variety of Big Cats in the South West of England.

Tel: 01752 837645


National Marine Aquarium Plymouth PL4 0LF Discover an underwater world – starting in with local animals Plymouth Sound and journeying all the way to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia! You’ll start your visit with the largest native exhibition in the UK – exploring fish you’ve heard of and the many more mysterious animals that live on our doorstep. As you dive deeper into the Aquarium, our Eddystone Reef tank will blow your mind with the UK’s largest single-tank viewing panel.

Tel: 0844 893 7938 www.national-aquarium.co.uk

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Accessories & Jewellery Cafes, bars & fastfood Fashion, shoes & sportswear Homeware, gifts & toys Toiletries, eyecare & natural therapies Secure undercover parking for over 400 cars

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Open 7 Days a Week Monday to Saturday 9am to 5.30pm Sunday & Bank Holidays 10am to 4pm Lifts to all Floors Disabled Access CCTV in operation

Fleet walk car park near Torquay Harbour www.fleetwalkshoppingtorquay.co.uk

Est: 1996

Tavistock Inn One of England’s oldest pubs, Tavistock Inn dates back to about 1413 when Newbridge was built. The bridge was “new” when it was built- hence it’s name - and so was the pub, a welcome stop for weary travellers who had just climbed Newbridge hill. And little has changed, for good beer, wines, spirits and soft drinks, including a fine selection of real ales are still dispensed to visitors from near and far, together with some of the best pub food you’ll find in Devon with local produce being used when available. Poundsgate, Dartmoor, TQ13 7NY. Tel: 01364 631251.

Elephants Nest Inn The Elephant’s Nest Inn is a quintessentially English – and Devonshire – country pub set in a peaceful location within the Dartmoor National Park. It is a place to meet, whether for a drink or to eat, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. There are open log fires, thick stone walls and slate floors inside, and outside there is a large and recently extended garden which provides marvellous views of the moor. Tavistock PL19 9NQ. Tel: 01822 810273.

The Prince of Wales After a full day of activities on Dartmoor replace your energy in our pub The Prince of Wales. Situated just in front of the bunkhouse we serve good, honest, value for money pub grub. Find all the traditional, well loved, pub dishes and refuel your tank for the next day’s adventures. After a good night’s sleep a full English breakfast is served in the pub for only £6.50 per person. Tavistock Road, Princetown, PL20 6QF Tel: 01822 890219.

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Bay Horse Inn Following a refurbishment in 2015 and with a beer garden that is carved into the cliff face, the Bay Horse is a very pleasant bar located on one of the main arteries into the historic town of Ashburton, Devon. As the pub has no catering kitchen, the offer is completely focused on the tasty drinks and customer service. Regular ales feature on the menu along with popular lagers and ciders. A steady menu of events entice guests who enjoy live sports, board games, quiz nights and live bands who feature regularly. 64 North Street, Newton Abbot TQ13 7QG. Tel: 01364 653912.

The Forest Inn The Forest Inn specialise in home made food using seasonal, locally sourced produce wherever possible. There is an emphasis on local beers and ciders, you have the opportunity to quench your thirst after the efforts of the day with a drink at the bar or relaxing on the Chesterfield in the lounge area, complete with log fire for winter evenings. Hexworthy, Dartmeet, PL20 6SD Tel: 01364 631211.

Peter Tavy Inn The Peter Tavy Inn is a charming 15th century pub in the pretty village of Peter Tavy on the western flanks of Dartmoor. Renowned for good food and wellkept real ales. Home-made dishes are prepared from fresh local produce. Good sized carpark and walkers, cyclists, dogs and children are welcome. Tavistock, PL19 9NN Tel: 01822 810348.

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Est: 1996

The Globe Inn The Globe’s life as a coach house started way back in the 1600s, and since then its role in the community hasn’t much changed. Of course, the building is now much warmer and the plumbing much more reliable, but some things just don’t change. Comforting home-cooked food comes out of the kitchen, and the two well-stocked bars all serve the finest local tipples. 9 High St, Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon. Tel: 01647 433485.

Cromwell Arms This award-winning pub which sits at the gateway to the Moors in Bovey Tracey is a comfortable and friendly spot for beer drinking. Rooms are available, and the food here is great, but, as a village pub, the atmosphere is second to none. Log burners keep the place toasty in the colder months, and the sunny lawn is popular in summer. Fore St, Bovey Tracey, Devon Tel: 01626 833473.

Plume of Feathers The Plume is Princetown’s oldest building, and it feels like it. But that’s not to say that that’s a bad thing. This traditional historic pub is perfectly placed for walkers, hikers and tourists in the area and is decked out in proper granite walls and wooden beams. The beer on tap is local and delicious, and the staff are very friendly. The Square, Princetown Tel: 01822 890240.

The Post Inn The Post is another one of those traditional Dartmoor pubs from the 16th century. It’s a formula that works well in these parts, and this pub is a warm welcome from the often hostile Dartmoor elements. There are tons of local ciders, beers and ales on tap, as well as a big menu which is sure to not leave a single soul hungry. Exeter Rd, Whiddon Down, Okehampton, Devon. Tel: 01647 231242.

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Bearslake Inn The Bearslake is what we call a real pub, and by that we mean that locals don’t even have to ask the bar staff for their next drink. The restaurant here is of exceptionally high quality, and a good selection of beers are available. Bearslake is believed to have once been a working farm that dates all the way back to the 13th century, so there’s a hell of a lot of history in these walls! Lake Sourton, Okehampton Tel: 01837 861334.

The Rugglestone The Rugglestone is a traditional Dartmoor pub, complete with wooden beams, an oversized hearth with a roaring fire which burns year-round and a long history of coachmen and their antics. The food here is hearty and delicious – just what the doctor ordered after a long day in the great outdoors – and the beer garden is a pretty wisteria-clad backdrop, perfect for afternoon beers. Widecombe in the Moor, Newton Abbot, Devon. Tel: 01364 621327.

The New Inn The New Inn is just about everything you could wish for from a country pub. Full of character, great beers, better food and a welcome atmosphere. The kitchen is run by Master Chef’s Malcolm Whybrow, his wife Karen and Michelin-trained Matthew Buscombe. As such, all aspects of this menu are beyond excellent, especially the puddings. Green Hill, Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton, Devon. Tel: 01837 82247.

Dartmoor Halfway Inn The Dartmoor Halfway Inn food is locally sourced where possible and is freshly cooked to order. The specials board changes daily and the menus with the seasons. Real ales and fine wines complement the menu, not to mention a good selection of spirits with over six different gins, a great selection of malts & vodkas to try. Bickington, Newton Abbot, TQ12 6JW Tel: 01626 824011.

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Est: 1996

The Blagdon Inn The Blagdon Inn looks like a quintessentially traditional English pub from the outside, yet once you venture inside you are met with a contemporary feel as well as a truly warm Devon welcome. From comforting pub food to sizzling fajitas to scrumptious desserts and smooth ice creams, we’ve got all the ingredients for a very special dining experience at The Blagdon Inn. Totnes Road, Paignton, TQ4 7PW. Tel: 01803 521412.

Ye Olde Smokey House Ye Olde Smokey House, is a renowned for great food, drink and hospitality. Our talented and experienced chef creates mouth-watering dishes using the best of local Devon produce. Join us for a leisurely lunch, evening dinner or our popular Sunday carvery. We serve real ales, ciders, fine wines and also offer an exciting gin menu. Marldon, Paignton, TQ3 1NN. Tel: 01803 557630.

Church House Inn at Marldon Quintessential English Village Pub serving delicious food 7 days a week. We use finest local produce where possible to create a mouth watering array of dishes. Our menus are based on locally produced products wherever possible & change on a daily basis. All of our sauces are gluten free and we have a number of delicious puddings suitable for coeliac. Village Road, Marldon, Paignton, TQ3 1SL. Tel: 01803 558279.

The Star Inn, Liverton The Star is a traditional family run pub which offers a warm welcome, good food and a wide variety of hot and cold drinks including cask ales, wines and premium soft drinks. The Star has a large car park, beer garden, patio area and children’s play area. We are family friendly and also welcome dogs on a leads. Old Liverton Rd, Liverton, Newton Abbot TQ12 6EZ. Tel: 01626 824535.

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Est: 1996

The Fashion Museum, Bath, Somerset The Museum of Costume was opened in the Assembly Rooms on 23 May 1963. It was founded by Doris Langley Moore, a designer, collector, writer and scholar, who gave her famous private collection of costume to the city of Bath. Tel: 01225 477789 Visit: www.fashionmuseum.co.uk Bovington Tank Museum, Dorset An essential stop for boys large and small, with an exhibition of the 35 most significant tanks, live rolling tanks, stationary ones to climb in and out of, perfect reconstructions of First World War trenches to explore. Tel: 01929 405096 Visit: www.tankmuseum.org RAMM, Exeter, Devon Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery in Exeter, Devon, the largest in the city. It holds significant and diverse collections in areas such as zoology, anthropology, fine art, local and overseas archaeology, and geology. Tel: 01392 265858 Visit: www.rammuseum.org.uk Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, Boscastle, Cornwall The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, formerly known as the Museum of Witchcraft, is a museum dedicated to European witchcraft and magic located in the village of Boscastle in Cornwall. Tel: 01840 250111 Visit: www.museumofwitchcraftandmagic.co.uk The Roman Baths, Bath, Somerset The Roman Baths, at the heart of the City of Bath World Heritage Site, consists of the remarkably preserved remains of one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world. The city’s unique thermal springs rise in the site and the Baths still flow with natural hot water. Tel: 01225 477785 Visit: www.romanbaths.co.uk

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Art and Culture Guide The Fleet Air Arm Museum, Somerset The Fleet Air Arm Museum is devoted to the history of British naval aviation. It has an extensive collection of military and civilian aircraft, aero engines, models of aircraft and Royal Navy ships, and paintings and drawings related to naval aviation. Tel: 01935 840565 Visit: www.fleetairarm.com National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is a place to enrich your understanding of the sea, and Cornwall. We also bring rare objects from around the world to Cornwall to tell local, national and international stories. Tel: 01326 313388 Visit: www.nmmc.co.uk Winchester Science Centre, Winchester, Hants An exciting family destination, Winchester Science Centre is the South of England’s interactive science and technology centre with the largest standalone planetarium in the UK. Open 7 days a week, we provide exciting, hands-on science experiences to spark curiosity. Tel: 01962 863791 Visit: www.winchestersciencecentre.org Lyme Regis Museum, Dorset The museum is situated in the heart of Lyme Regis, with stunning views of Lyme Bay and the Jurassic Coast. Displays showcase the amazing life story of Mary Anning and our world class fossil collection, as well as featuring the town’s colourful history. Tel: 01297 443370 Visit: www.lymeregismuseum.co.uk SS Great Britain, Bristol, Somerset There is so much to see here at Brunel’s SS Great Britain in Bristol. Be sure to head beneath the glass sea, walk the SS Great Britain’s history in the Dockyard Museum and step onto the ship itself. Alive with sights, sounds and even smells, prepare to set sail! Tel: 0117 926 0680 Visit: www.ssgreatbritain.org

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