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June events in Devon

PUBLISHED: 15:48 05 June 2015 | UPDATED: 15:48 05 June 2015

Teignmouth Folk festival

Teignmouth Folk festival

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Here is a list of events which are taking place throughout June.

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Antiques Roadshow at Royal William Yard

Thursday 11th June

The popular BBC series the Antiques Roadshow, comes to The Royal William Yard on Thursday 11th June. Presented by Fiona Bruce, the show will value antiques from far and wide at Plymouth’s historic victualing yard. Those wishing to see an antiques expert are encourage to arrive between 9.30 and 4.30pm and filming will continue until approximately 7pm.

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Crediton Food and Drink Festival

13th & 14th June, Crediton Town Square

A celebration of local food and produce in the lovely town of Crediton. Cookery demonstrations, stalls and lots lots more.

Teignmouth Folk Festival

19th – 21st June, Teignmouth

Folk festival in Teignmouth with numerous acts over three days with a fantastic atmosphere.

Dartmoor Classic Cycle Sportive

21st June

The Dartmoor Classic features a stunning route through some charming South Devon hamlets lined with thatched villages and meandering high banked lanes. If you’ve got time to stop for a breather in the middle of the race, you’ll be able to see cascading boulder-strewn rivers and gorges, and the dramatic beauty of Dartmoor’s granite Tors.

Super Saturday Markets at Magdalen Road

27th June, Magdalen Road, Exeter

Wander into the great selection of shops offering unique gift ideas, fantastic food and wine, interior design, beauty treatments, hair salon, cafes, restaurants and much more.

For further information go to www.visitdevon.co.uk

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