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One of the best days to be had in the South Hams is at Prawle Fair.
It’s a true, old-fashioned village event with swing boats, a children’s train ride and traditional games – as well as a host of stalls, all run by locals.
The Fair is held every year on the village green, fringed by the Piglet Cafe and the famous Pig’s Nose Inn.
There’s a barbecue of burgers and sausages as well as all sorts of cakes for tea. So you’ll have plenty to eat and drink while you enjoy the fun and games.
There’s always a lovely relaxed atmosphere at Prawle Fair, so if you’d like to try your luck on the slippery pole, display your knobbly knees, vent your fury at the plate - smashing stand or have your fortune read in a gypsy caravan – just make your way out to Devon’s most southerly village on May 25, 2pm. There really is something for everyone. And afterwards, there’ll be a live band and dancing in the Pig’s Nose Hall.