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South Zeal & District Village Gardens Open

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South Zeal
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Come and visit a selection of beautiful gardens in South Zeal and South Tawton on the northern edge of Dartmoor, near Okehampton, Devon.

As well as the gardens, there will be a plant sale, art exhibition, choir concert. Also morning coffee, lunches, cream teas.

10.30am to 6pm
Adults £3, children free.
Sorry, no dogs in the gardens.

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