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May

Tivvyfest

Tiverton's Community Festival is held throughout May every year.

Arts and Crafts events, sporting events, walks and talks, music and dance, and plenty more. Something for ... More

July

Mid Devon Show
Hartnoll Farm, Post Hill
Late July
A one day Agricultural Show with many exhibitors, farm demos, entertainment, trade stands etc.
Contact Tel & Fax: 01884 821815
Email: carolyn.mdshow@live.co.uk

For further information please call us ... More

August

Rackenford Beer and Music Festival
Rackenford Club
Bank Holiday
An event usually held over the August bank holiday weekend, with around 30 real ales, mainly local but some of the national prize winners thrown ... More

Tiverton Literary Festival

Authors talks, writing workshops, pub quiz, open mic storytelling music and poetry and book fair. Most events free entry.

For further information please call us on 0871 716 ... More

October

Autumn Stalls
Exe Valley Leisure Centre
A selection of handmade crafts from local artists and business opportunites.
In the foyer of the leisure centre.
Free Entry.
Food and Drinks available at the ... More

December

Christmas Craft Fair
Tiverton Pannier Market
Early December
The annual Tiverton Christmas Craft Fair takes place at the Pannier Market.
Admission is free.

For further information please call us on 0871 716 2438 - Calls ... More

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