“A BIT OF A DO” 2016
Places to go! New suggestions always welcome.
The Abbey Inn on the River, 30 Buckfast Road, Buckfastleigh, Devon TQ11 OEA. Telephone: 01364 642343. http://www.theabbeyinn-buckfast.co.uk/default.asp?textpage=lunchmenu
The South Devon Railway, or SDR, is a seven mile former Great Western Railway branch line. Adults and senior citizens: £7.00 return. (prices for 2015). Buckfastleigh station & The Refreshment Rooms (Lunches & Snacks) is the best starting point for your journey as we have easy, flat access and parking very close to the platform. http://www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/disabled
House of Marbles, The Old Pottery, Pottery Road, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9DS. Tel: 01626 835285. No Admission Charge. FREE Parking. You can book for lunch in the restaurant, please call 01626 835285. Coach groups welcome. http://www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk/lots-to-do/house-of-marbles-p872013
Goodrington South & North Sands. Paignton, Devon, TQ4 6LN . Tel: 01803 665485. Attractions, boating lake, race in go-karts, play crazy golf or visit to The Seashore Centre. Disabled access to the beach. Lunches available at The Premier Inn. http://www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk/lots-to-do/goodrington-sands-paignton-p404323
Hope Cove, Nr Kingsbridge, Devon
Disabled access and toilets to the beach. On-Site café/restaurant. The Cove Cafe Bar.
Overbeck’s, Sharpitor, Salcombe, Devon, TQ8 8LW. Telephone: 01548 842893.
The seaside home of inventor and scientist Otto Overbeck. His gardens and house are perched high on the cliffs above Salcombe. The house is full of surprises. A magical polyphon (A disc playing music box) still plays, and cabinets of butterflies and bugs sit happily with collections of dolls, toys and model boats. Take lunch or tea in the old billard room, a favourite of the convalescing First World War soldiers or eat alfresco on the warm, sheltered terrace.
The Pig’s Nose Inn, East Prawle , Kingsbridge , Devon ,TQ7 2BY . Tel: (01548) 511209
Siuated on the Village Green. Traditional Pub Food (See Food & Drink.) Order at the bar.
The Guardhouse Cafe, Berry Head, Brixham.
The cafe is located on a cliff top in Berry Head nature reserve, inside a Napoelonic-era fortress. Whether your passion is history, wildlife, walking or relaxing with family and friends in a beautiful place. Local hot and cold food,Home-made cakes, fairtrade coffee, Teapigs tea, alcoholic and soft drinks – and of course the famous Guardhouse Cream Teas! Spectacular views! http://www.guardhousecafe.com/
Beachhouse, South Milton, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7 3JY. 01548 561144.
Uniquely situated at south milton sands with stunning panoramic views. Extensive menu includes fresh seafoods, steaks, burgers, pasta’s and salads. http://beachhousedevon.com/
Cockington Court, Torquay, TQ2 6XA
St Austell Market
The Shire Horse Centre, Yealpmton near Plymouth
Hoping to re-open in 2016
Indoor Bowls Taster Day with Buffet at The Bere Alston Bowls Club. With bar!
From 2016 “A Bit Of A Do” will be held at the Albemarle Inn, Budshead Road on the 1st Wednesday of the month starting on 6th January.
We are always looking for musicians & entertainers for our monthly events at The Albemarle Inn.
Keep up to date with what is happening on the website at http://whitleigharts.weebly.com/#/ Scroll a little way down and you will see information about our “A Bit Of A Do” events and news.
See Sandy Wager’s art website http://artbysandywagercom.weebly.com/#/
Contact Sandy Wager (Wendy) on 01752 313645 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org