1. A walk on the
2. The Reader
3. More Food
4. Small News
1. A walk on the
South Devon Walking Festival
puts Slapton Line on the map
There are numerous opportunities to experience guided walks
in the Slapton area from Friday 2nd October as part of the
South Devon Walking Festival with 9 walks over the 10 day
Walking Festival events in and around the Slapton are all
led by local experts and vary in length and theme exploring
wildlife, history, and food for free are all to be found by
clicking here. The range of walks includes:
Sat 3rd Secret
Slapton into ‘no go’ areas of the National Nature
Sat 3rd Lush Lanes
skirting Torcross and Stokenham (6 miles)
Mon 5th –
Kingsbridge Walk and Talk Extra. Kingsbridge – Slapton
Weds 7th – South
West Coast Path East Portlemouth to Torcross (13 miles)
Thurs 8th South West
Coast Path Torcross to Dartmouth (10 miles)
Fri 9th Nature’s
Larder, Slapton , gathering nuts, berries and fungi (2
Sat 10th Slapton
Village History Trail WWII exercises and evacuation (3
Sat 10th Start Point
headland and private Lighthouse tour (2 miles)
Sun 11th Coastal
Settlements: Start Point, Beesands, Hallsands (4 miles)
Walks can be booked on line or via Dartmouth,
Kingsbridge, Salcombe or Totnes Tourist Information
Why not come down
for the weekend, or even a week?
Our film for Thursday 1st
October is Oscar winning The Reader screenplay by David Hare
and starring Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes. For
15-year-old Michael Berg, a chance meeting with an older
woman leads to far more than he ever imagined. The woman in
question is Hanna, and before long they embark on a
passionate, clandestine love affair which leaves Michael
both euphoric and confused.
For Hanna is not all she seems. Years later, as a law
student observing a trial in Germany, Michael is shocked to
realize that the person in the dock is Hanna. The woman he
had loved is a criminal. Much about her behaviour during the
trial does not make sense. But then suddenly, and terribly,
it does - Hanna is not only obliged to answer for a horrible
crime, she is also desperately concealing an even deeper
Guest tickets for sale in The Windjammer £3.50 7.30-7.55 Our
bar opens at The Guildhall at 7.30 - the film to be shown at
More Food Festival!
This is a mere snippet from the
second newsletter we are hosting for the Food Festival, to
read the original in its full format, and you really should!
click here Here is just a small part: "Saturday
24th on the South Embankment, in the Market Square or the
Market Marquee there will be so much to 'See and Sample'
with over 70 different exhibitors over the weekend; far too
many to list here but you will find details in the Festival
Programme, soon to be available at the TIC and outlets
around Dartmouth. Come along and Browse, Graze, Taste, Buy,
Watch, Learn and have a lot of Fun.
Then you can come back and do it all over again on Sunday
25th, in the same place but with some different stalls,
relax with great food & drink and enjoy some art & crafts."
Of course you can always enjoy
good pub food or fine dining, to see what Dartmouth's
restaurants have to offer
4. Small News
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