The weather looks set for a fine weekend in North Devon - so take a look at our top things to do across the region here.
Looking for things to do in North Devon this weekend? If you’re lacking inspiration for the (hopefully) sunny weekend ahead, take a look at our round up of what’s going on in North Devon this weekend...
Want to watch a moment of history? Visit Ilfracombe Harbour on Saturday to watch the new Shannon class lifeboat arrive. The current lifeboat will head out to meet the new boat, The Barry and Peggy High Foundation, at 12.30pm and bring it back into the harbour at 13.09 – to match the number on its side.
If you’re feeling hungry take a trip to Atlantic Village on Saturday for the Farmers’ Market. Find a range of local products including pies, desserts, curries, chocolate, crafts and gifts. Runs from 9am-2pm.
You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time if you head to Saunton Sands this Saturday to witness a spectacular D-Day event. A 50-vehicle convoy will head across Braunton Burrows to the beach, setting off from Cobbaton Combat Centre at 8am.
If you love Pimms, cream teas and music, then a charity garden party in West Buckland on Saturday could be just your thing. Visit the event at Pound Barn (EX32 0SF) from 2.30pm – 5pm.
Pack a picnic
Make the most of the weather by packing up a picnic and heading out into the sunshine. If you can’t decide where to go, check out our suggestions for picnic spots in North Devon here.
New wolf cubs
There’s some new visitors at Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park that are bound to put a smile on your face. Try and catch a glimpse of the new baby Hudson Bay wolf pups by visiting the attraction this weekend.
Woolsery beer festival
Woolsery will be hosting a beer festival and fun day at the village hall on Saturday. From 2pm find live bands, sumo wrestling, a bouncy castle, barbecue – and of course beer. From 7pm it will be over 18s only for an evening of entertainment.
Need more ideas?
Check out our top free things to do in North Devon here.
Or how about our top walks along the South West Coast Path?