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South West Birdman Competition

An event in July in Devon
The Pier
Ilfracombe
Devon
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Event timing: Late July
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An annual event hosted by Ilfracombe Round Table to raise money for local charities. Watch people in their crazy creations fling themselves off the pier in the vain hope they will 'fly like a bird'.

Other attractions include a funfair, stalls and live music stage.

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