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May 2019: The North Cornwall Coast

For those who have decided for whatever reason – green conscience, the dreaded credit crunch, or maybe simple curiosity – to holiday in Britain this ...More
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February

Snowdrop & Wildflower Weekend
Hartland Abbey and Gardens

The snowdrops at Hartland Abbey are a wonderful sight and have been hugely enjoyed by our ‘Snowdrop Sunday’ visitors in the past. It is a ... More

March

Daffodil Day
Hartland Abbey and Gardens
Mid-March

A lovely chance to come with the family or friends to see the wonderful collection of historic daffodils, many planted 150 years ago by our ... More

EASTER EGGING at Hartland Abbey
Hartland Abbey and Gardens

Come and join the fun in the beautiful grounds and gardens of Hartland Abbey over the Easter weekend. Children will have a wonderful time searching ... More

April

Bluebell Sundays
Hartland Abbey and Gardens

The bluebell season runs throughout April and the beginning of May but normally the last two weeks in April are when the flowers are at ... More

May

Hartland Hartbreak Charity Run
Hartland Abbey

It's 13 (ish) miles of uphill, downhill, through rivers, bogs and hedges and some really stunning scenery. We are starting and finishing from the fabulous ... More

August

Bideford Folk Festival

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