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Jazz Age Lawn Party at Coleton Fishacre

Jazz Age Lawn Party at Coleton Fishacre
Sunday 6th September 2015

Jazz Age Lawn Party at Coleton Fishacre

Step back in time to the decadence of the jazz age with this celebration of the 1920s.

Sip cocktails on the bowling lawn as the jazz band perform from the Loggia, and soak up the beautiful surroundings of the D'Oyly Carte's 1920s summer home on this special evening of elegance and music.

More Information: Coleton Fishacre, 01803 842382, coletonfishacre@nationaltrust.org.uk

Booking Essential 01803 842382
Come dressed in your best 1920s clothing or smart casual attire.
Please park in the visitor car park and make your way to reception, where a member of our team will meet you.
Assistance Dogs only are welcome. Children over 12 are welcome.
Please bring a torch as the car park will get very dark. Please bring low-backed chairs or a blanket if you wish to sit down

Sunday, 06 September 2015 6:30 pm - 9pm Adult £20


Homemade Preserves at Coleton Fishacre

Homemade Preserves at Coleton Fishacre
Tuesday 8th September 2015

Come and learn from a cookery expert how to make home made preserves in the 1920s kitchen at Coleton Fishacre.

Watch jam and chutney being made on the Aga in Coleton Fishacre House and have the chance to get lots of tips from a friendly, knowledgeable tutor. There will be coffee and home made scones to sample with some of the preserves and also a jar to take home.

More Information: Coleton Fishacre, 01803 842382, coletonfishacre@nationaltrust.org.uk

Booking Essential 01803 842382
Normal Admission Charges Apply
Please park in visitor car park and proceed to visitor reception where you will be guided by a member of our team.

Tuesday, 08 September 2015 5:30 pm - 8pm
Gates open: 5pm
Last admission time: 5.15pm


Dartmouth Farmers Market

Dartmouth Farmers Market
Saturday 12th September 2015

Dartmouth Farmers Market
Old Market Square 9am - 1pm

Held on the second Saturday of every month.

Pop along and support your fantastic local producers and buy local, fresh top quality food & plants.

An initiative of the South Hams Agricultural Forum and supported by South Hams District Council.


Crèmes & Châtiments: The Delicious & Criminal Recipes of Agatha Christie

Crèmes & Châtiments: The Delicious & Criminal Recipes of Agatha Christie
Wednesday 16th September 2015

Crèmes & Châtiments: The Delicious & Criminal Recipes of Agatha Christie

French author and food writer Anne Martinetti invites you to join her in Agatha Christie's very own kitchen at Greenway.

Hear about and sample some of the 80+ recipes Anne Martinetti has created, based on dishes mentioned in the Queen of Crime's novels and published in the cookbook Crèmes & Châtiments (Creams and Punishments). While Anne prepares her tasting menu, she will also talk about the many links between gastronomy and thrillers - from the part played by poisoned food or drinks and the foodie passions of Poirot to the times when a meal acts a as a turning point in a plot.

Booking Essential 01803 211211
More information & booking is through the International Agatha Christie website: http://www.agathachristiefestival.com
Normal Admission Charges Apply

Date Time Price
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 11am - 1pm All Tickets £25


Twilight Tours and First Editions at Greenway

Twilight Tours and First Editions at Greenway
Wednesday 16th September 2015

Twilight Tours and First Editions at Greenway

Visit Greenway behind closed doors for this exclusive event designed specifically for the Agatha Christie fans.

Enjoy Greenway in the evening where you will be able to enjoy some of Agatha's first editions (with gloves of course!). Cream teas and sparkling wine and canapés will be served in the house kitchen.

More Information: Greenway, 01803 842382, greenway@nationaltrust.org.uk

Booking Essential 0844 474 2233
Bookings will be through Greenway Visitor reception
Assistance Dogs only are welcome. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. The ground floor is accessible to all.

Date Time Price
Wednesday, 16 Sept 2015 6pm - 9pm Adult £30
Gates open: 6pm
Last admission time: 6.15pm
Meet in Visitor Reception


Totnes Good Food Market

Totnes Good Food Market
Sunday 20th September 2015

Totnes Good Food Market

The Totnes Good Food Market is held on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 10am to 3pm. Now in it’s fifth year, the market is the biggest monthly producers & farmers market in the Westcountry.

Regularly attracting over 55 traders each month, the Totnes Good Food Sunday market has become the biggest fine food and drink market in Devon and is rapidly becoming the largest in the South West.

GOLD AWARD FOR TOTNES SUNDAY FOOD MARKET - The Totnes Good Food Sunday Market, which captures that elusive “Totnesian vibe”, has just struck gold winning the Taste of the West Hospitality and Retail Gold Award 2014 for best food market in Devon.

Launched in June 2010 with just over twenty producers, the market has grown month by month both in reputation and popularity. It attracts food lovers from all over the region, with three-quarters of its traders coming from within a 30 mile radius of Totnes. The market has also been award-nominated and warranted mentions in local and national newspapers and magazines.
If the TGFS leaves you wanting more, you may also like to visit their sister market which takes place on the first Sunday of every month in the Royal William Yard, again with over 50 food traders. The Good Food at the Yard runs from March to December.


Dine By The Dart at Greenway

Dine By The Dart at Greenway
Friday 25th September 2015

Dine By The Dart at Greenway

Enjoy a celebration of local produce and fine dining in Agatha Christie's beloved holiday home by the River Dart.

Following a tour of Greenway; Agatha Christie's beloved holiday home by the River Dart, enjoy a 3 course dinner, designed to showcase local produce in the cosy House Kitchen.

More Information: Greenway, 01803 842382, greenway@nationaltrust.org.uk

Booking Essential 01803 842382
Please wear smart/casual attire
Follow signs on the day and meet at the front entrance to the house.
Assistance Dogs only are welcome. Children welcome. The ground floor of the house is fully accessible.

Date Time Price
Friday, 25 Sept 2015 6pm - 9pm Adult £32.50 calendar




Wild Forage at Greenway

Wild Forage at Greenway
Saturday 26th September 2015

Wild forage at Greenway

Join our head gardener Simon (author of the good gardener) for a walk on the wild side. Discover which plants are suitable for harvesting and cooking on the beautiful Greenway estate.

More Information: Vivien Henley, 01803842382, vivien.henley@nationaltrust.org.uk

Booking Essential 01803 842382
Normal Admission Charges Apply
Please wear weather appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear.
Dogs on leads welcome. Children are welcome if accompanied by an adult.
Pay the £3 at Visitor Reception - no requirement to prepay
The walk will contain some steep and narrow paths.

Date Time Price
Saturday, 26 Sept 2015 2pm - 3:30 pm All tickets £3
Gates open: 11am
Last admission: 1.30pm


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