5 things to do in Devon in September
The weekend is fast approaching and for those still deciding how to spend their Friday through to Sunday, we pick 5 of the best ways to spend your weekend in Devon
Coastal Clean-ups 2020 / 18 - 19 Sept
These FREE events will give you the chance to help the environment and to learn more about local species and the beautiful shores around us. Coastlines around the world suffer with litter brought in by waves and left by beach users.
Torbay has a vital underwater ecosystem; a bed of sea grass which is home to many creatures, all of whom are effected by litter and micro plastics, so join Costal Clean-ups to do your bit to avoid pollution and spread the word about keeping beaches litter free!
Richard Long 'Being in the Moment' exhibition / 18 - 20 Sept
Small groups of up to 5 people per guided tour (up to 45 minutes). 6 tours will take place each day. Book your place.
THG is reopening with the relaunch of its acclaimed exhibition: ARTIST ROOMS: Richard Long 'Being in the Moment'.
This exhibition brings the work of the renowned British sculptor and land artist, Sir Richard Long, to East Devon. For more than 50 years, Richard Long has been at the forefront of conceptual art working beyond the confines of traditional material and questioning how we view the relationship between landscapes and art.
To ensure the safety of visitors and staff, THG has reconfigured the galleries in line with latest government guidelines.
- 1 Scotney Castle makes an appearance in Netflix's The Sandman
- 2 Win a luxury 2-night Lake District getaway to the Skiddaw Hotel worth £500
- 3 There's a lovely Kent beach for every taste
- 4 Win the Cobra MX3440V Cordless Lawnmower
- 5 Saved: Football legend Peter Shilton and wife Steph talk about addiction and their home on Mersea Island
- 6 11 pretty riverside pubs in Hertfordshire
- 7 20 of the best places to eat out in St Ives
- 8 Win a luxury break at the Raithwaite Sandsend Hotel
- 9 5 wild swimming spots in Cheshire
- 10 Flower Child
New opening hours: Thursday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm for guided tours only.
Circus Berlin / 18 - 20 Sept
Continental Circus Berlin with an amalgamation of brilliant Circus acts, music & real youthful energy, incorporating fantastic performers from all over the world.
In an age where so much entertainment is unreal, made up of special effects, CGI and has a virtual reality, being pre-recorded, multi-tracked, digitally enhanced or in some other way electronically created - the sheer reality of a live show is a breath of fresh air and the feats and skills seen at Continental Circus Berlin are often so amazing that the Circus-goer literally can not believe their eyes. Book your tickets now!
Heritage Open Days 2020 / 18 - 20 Sept
Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s architecture and culture by making properties that usually aren’t open to the public, or charge admission fees, free to access. It is a once a year chance to discover hidden treasures and enjoy a wide range of tours, events and activities which bring local history and culture to life.
Exeter's programme has been co-ordinated by Exeter City Council, and includes a wide range of tours, talks and openings, offering a unique opportunity to visit some of Exeter’s most interesting and unusual historical sites and buildings FREE! This year, there is also a programme of virtual events, accessible from the safety and comfort of your own home.
Guided Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing / 18 - 20 Sept
This Guided Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing Course is an amazing way to see some of the awesome climbing routes that the South West has to offer from Granite Cags to Cornish Sea Cliffs.
You will spend the course with one of our experienced Mountaineering & Climbing Instructors (MCI) who will tailor the course to your skill level and aspirations.
Course can be book as a 1:1 or 1:2 ratio. Courses can be arrange from 1 to 5 days. Book now!