Are you up for some fun this autumn? With half term and Halloween on the calendar, we round up some tasty food events, the Two Moors Festival, historic Bamford Charter Fair, Goosey Fair and a fairground museum. Just some of our 10 best things to do in Devon this October!
Who’d have thought there’s so much going on in Cornwall in October! Join us for half-term and Halloween with fireworks in Flambards, Callington Honey Fair and ghost tours at Bodmin Jail. Celebrate Cornwall’s Celtic roots at Lowender Peran and finish with scenic walks around Lanhydrock.
The twin communities of Kingsand and Cawsand welcome visitors to their laid-back way of life. Cornish history oozes from characterful cottages and authentic smugglers’ inns. With three beaches, fine dining, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and passenger ferries to Plymouth, there are plenty of reasons to visit Kingsand and Cawsand.
We’ve handpicked 10 brilliant things to do in Devon in September including Chagford Film Festival and historic Widecombe Fair. It’s harvest season on the farm and vineyard with tasty delicacies from the sea. From a mobile bird hide to Gin School, we tempt you to visit Devon this month!
Our top 10 things to do in September in Cornwall are all about the great outdoors. Get lost in a maze, watch the Hay Bale Push in Crantock, hand-feed penguins, go fly-fishing and play FootballGolf. All this plus drama, arts and music at Looe Live and St Ives Arts Festival.
Make the most of the long sunny days of August with a Water Carnival, Folk Week and fireworks in some of Devon’s most popular towns and cities. With so much fun themed entertainment (mostly for free), why would you stay anywhere other than Devon this August?
There’s so much to do in Cornwall in August you’ll probably want to stay all month! From Boardmasters and Geekfest Festivals to England’s fastest zipline, RIB rides, heritage railways, open-air theatre, Circus Camp and helicopter trips to the Scilly Isles, Cornwall’s got it licked!
Tucked away on the North Cornwall coast, St Agnes makes a great place to stay. History, natural beauty, a microbrewery, foodie restaurants and new watersports provide plenty of good reasons to visit. We also add a few fun facts to make you smile!
Devon has a fine reputation for producing and serving some of the best and tastiest food and drink in the UK. It’s naturally the place to find the best food and drink festivals too! We’ve rounded up a baker’s dozen of the best food & drink Festivals in Devon, so tuck your napkin under your chin and get ready to drool! From picnics to pizzas and lobster to gin-making, these top food and drink festivals are a Devonshire feast!
Tate St Ives, beautiful beaches, boat trips and great food are just some of the great reasons to visit St Ives. Enjoy our quick guide to this quaint coastal town, discover some of the best places where locals sip and sup, and see how many of our fun facts you already know!