Perhaps it’s the bracing moorland air, but Tavistock just seems to attract one festival after another, even when the Dantes’ biennial event officially centres on the Tamar Valley.
The Ten Tors at Tavistock isn’t just mere alliteration – it’s a well-established annual event that truly marks the final countdown to Christmas, in a delightful moorland setting.
Chris Amey’s new sculpture Six And Twelve, A Spire To Be will be unveiled at Sculptural at Coombe Trenchard.
Everday scenes in Tavistock are the focus of the exhibition People in Tavistock, which features photographs by Tavistock residents Russell Youles and Steve Bloom.
The industrial mining landscape of the Tamar Valley and Victorian Tavistock will be explored on a creative writing called the John Taylor Heritage Weekend – Canals, Copper and Creative Writing on Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22.