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Clovelly Celebration of Local Ales and Cider

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Clovelly
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Enjoy a range of tasty local brews created with passion by small North Devon brewers at the Red Lion or New Inn. You're bound to find a tipple to suit your palate and there'll also be some live musical entertainment too, so come along and raise a glass. There will also be a selection of Devon wines, by the glass, at very special prices.

Normal admission charges apply
Visitor Centre: 01237 431781

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