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Tucked away in the North West
corner of Devon, on the border
with North Cornwall, yet only
just over an hour from the M5.

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7th - 13th August, Hartland Carnival Week, Hartland.

 Hartland Carnival Week is 7 days of celebrations, starting with the crowning of the carnival royalty on the Sunday, through all kinds of sports, games, barbeques and parties and culminating in the huge Grand Carnival Procession on the Saturday night followed by the after-party. Everyone is welcome as Hartland well and truly lets its hair down.

9th August 7pm, Hartland Abbey Outdoor Summer Theatre, HAMLET

Grounds open free to those attending performances 1 hour before start. Bring rugs/low backed seating/picnics. Refreshments. Bar. Barbecue by Mr Crackling, Ice creams.

17th August 5pm, Hartland Abbey Outdoor Summer Theatre, RATBURGER

Grounds open free to those attending performances 1 hour before start. Bring rugs/low backed seating/picnics. Refreshments. Bar. Barbecue by Mr Crackling, Ice creams.

24th August 7pm, Hartland Abbey Outdoor Summer Theatre, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Grounds open free to those attending performances 1 hour before start. Bring rugs/low backed seating/picnics. Refreshments. Bar. Barbecue by Mr Crackling, Ice creams.

29th August 5pm, Hartland Abbey Outdoor Summer Theatre, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

By Oscar Wilde performed by Heartbreak Productions.  Grounds open free to those attending performances 1 hour before start. Bring rugs/low backed seating/picnics. Refreshments. Bar. Barbecue by Mr Crackling, Ice creams.

4th - 30th, September Sailings Aboard the Historic Irene, from Clovelly.

Experience life at sea and the exhilarating pleasure of sailing aboard the historic vessel, Irene, along the stunning coastline of Clovelly or to Lundy Island this September.

4th September, Lobster & Crab Feast, Clovelly.

Clovelly celebrates its famous lobsters and crabs sustainably caught by its fishermen with a great day out for all the family.  Choose from a variety of crab and lobster dishes cooked on the quay or book a table at the Red Lion Harbour Restaurant and dine on delicious lobster and seafood platters.

24th September, Hartland Autumn Garden Show, The Playing Fields Pavillion, Hartland, 2.30 - 4.30pm.

A smaller version of the hugely popular summer event, there are still a wide variety of classes to enter, open to all. All the exhibits are on view and refreshments are available. Come and celebrate autumn's abundance. Everyone welcome.

28th October, Apple Day, Clovelly.

Bring a bag of apples, watch them being pressed, taste the juice outside the Visitor Centre, or bring more for pasteurisation and bottling.

20th November, Clovelly Herring Festival 10th Anniversary, Clovelly.

Clovelly was once a major centre for herring fishing and our annual Herring Festival is held to promote these tasty, nutritious 'Silver Darlings' and support carefully managed fishing as carried out by our local fishermen. The village once depended on the harvest of herring, which are caught in superb condition for a short season off its coast.

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