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Eat The Devon Way

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Event timing: Spring Bank Holiday
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Eat The Devon Way is a brand new food "destination", being organised by passionate Food Producers from Devon, Yarty Valley, Hi-T's Fudge & Language Farm, along with Children's Hospice South West and featured venues Lewtrenchard Manor, Arundell Arms and Harris Arms. Our aim is to fill over 90 stalls with the largest variety of produce and potentially creating the largest consumer Food & Drink event in the South West!

It will be a fun bank holiday weekend outing for all the family!

Telephone: 07922086201
Contact name: Tina Allwork

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