The weekend is almost upon us, and if you’re looking for things to do in North Devon, we’ve got you covered.
From a yoga workshop to a railway gala, here are seven things to do in North Devon this weekend...
Barnstaple Real Food Market
Held on the second Sunday of every month, Barnstaple Real Food market is back on Sunday, May 12.
The market runs from 10am-3pm in Barnstaple Pannier Market with a range of local producers.
Come along to stock up your fridge and storecupboards, enjoy some treats and sample some street food.
Yoga Like Water workshop
If you've always wanted to give yoga a try, why not sign up for the 'Simply Practise, Practise Simply' workshop on Saturday, May 11?
The workshop in Ilfracombe is hosted by local yoga teacher Dan Peppiatt and is a great taster for anyone interested in yoga teacher training.
Spaces for the workshop from 1pm-4pm cost £25 and it's suitable for all levels. Book your spot here.
If you're feeling particularly energetic, there's still time sign up for Bideford's 10k race on Sunday, May 12.
Or perhaps you're feeling less intrepid, and fancy heading down to the Quay to support the runners on their way?
Sign up for the race and find more information on the Bideford AAC website here.
Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Spring Gala
The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway is hosting a spring gala event on Saturday and Sunday (May 11 and 12) for all to enjoy.
Head along from 10am-5pm to enjoy a barbecue, real ales, marquee attraction and plenty of stalls.
It will also be a chance to travel across Exmoor on the steam engines - find out more here.
Catch some laughs at the Queen's Theatre in Barnstaple with a comedy show from Reginald D Hunter on Saturday, May 11.
The regular television comic will be celebrating his 20th anniversary as a comedian and is performin gin the UK for a 40 date tour.
Book tickets for the show via the Box Office (01271 316523) or find out more here.
Ilfracombe Art Trail
The artists of Ilfracombe will be opening their homes this weekend (May 11-12) as part of the Ilfracombe Art Trail.
It will be a chance to visit the homes and studios of local artists and see their work.
For full details, visit the Ilfracombe Art Trail Facebook page.
North Devon's UNESCO Biosphere co-ordinator, Andy Bell, will be giving a talk about North Devon's unique evironment on Saturday, May 11.
Join him at Atherington Pavilion, 7-9.30pm, for the talk, illustrated by photos from the Beaford Archive.
Tickets are £2.50 per adult, £1 for children - buy tickets from the Village Shoppe or Smithy's Hair Salon.
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