Not Normal NovemberPublished Wednesday 30th of October 2019
A warm welcome awaits all our guests in November and lead-up to Christmas 2019. All our self-catering accommodation has central heating and double glazing to keep out the cold, with all home comforts provided, including linen and towels. Harford Bridge Park is an ideal base to enjoy the Tavistock, West Devon & Dartmoor so we have provided a round-up of what’s on in our November blog post. Never mind the political situation, up-coming election and all that, get away from it all and enjoy time away from home with us! Oh, almost forgot to mention we are a 2019 Visit Devon Award winner - find out more in December ...
Saturday 2nd November Firework display in The Meadows, Tavistock
Gates open at 6:15 display starts at 7pm. Refreshments available www.tavistocklions.org.uk
Sunday 3rd November The Doggy Christmas Festival Festive fun dog show with over 30 pet product exhibitors – Santa Paws grotto, pet photographer, games & activities Tavistock Pannier Market
Friday 8th – Sunday 10th November Christmas Food & Craft Fair at National Trust Buckland Abbey. With over 40 stalls of the finest local produce. Free Park & Ride from Harrowbeer Airfield
Saturday 9th November Concert of Remembrance 7:30pm St. Eustachius Church. Local choirs, school groups, soloists and instrumentals with a diverse programme of thought-provoking and entertaining music
Saturday 16th November Christmas Food & Gift Market 11 am – 7pm Butchers Hall in Tavistock Artisan gift sellers offer a great range of individual Christmas gifts. Mulled wine and mince pies, and carol singing at 6pm www.missivyevents.co.uk
Saturday 16th November Tavistock Christmas Light switch-on 4pm – 7pm the inaugural Christmas light switch on event with music from the Rock Choir, fun and frolics from Entertainingly Different, carol singing, food and drink. Some shops open late www.visit-tavistock.co.uk
Saturday 16th November Pudsey Day of Morris 10am – 4pm in Tavistock’s Bedford Square
The 6th event hosted by Dartmoor Border Morris, with 16 different sides performing for the BBC Children in Need appeal www.dartmoorbordermorris.com
Friday 29th November- Sunday 8th December Tavistock Christmas Tree Festival
Open daily 9:30 – 4:30pm in St. Eustachius Church, with late opening 6th December for Dickensian Evening. Up to 65 trees decorated by local schools, businesses and organisations (including Harford Bridge Park) displayed to enjoy at leisure. Refreshments available.
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