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Events at Clovelly

April 02, 2017

Wedding Fair at Clovelly Court Great Terrace, whatever the weather, showcasing exhibitors and workshops with live music, catering, a children's area with some fun and games for all, so do invite any family members and friends to come with you too as entry is free of charge.

The Fair runs from 11 am - 2 pm with FREE entry.  The bar remains open and live music continues until 3 pm.
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April 08, 2017 to April 17, 2017

Children receive a village map on entry on which to mark the location of a number of Easter chicks perched up and down the cottages along the High Street to the quay.  If they spot at least 10 chicks, they can return the map to the Visitor Centre reception to win an Easter egg and a bigger prize if they spot all 15.

Come along and join the fun. 

June 04, 2017

It was launched in 2015 and has been a great success.  It is being held on Devon Day in 2017. 

Clovelly Seaweed Festival promotes seaweed for its immense health & nutritional benefits.  As it is hugely versatile, quay kitchens will have a surprising variety of dishes and stalls will be selling a range of seaweed products and seaweed arts and crafts.

There will also be plenty of entertainment for...



Clovelly Wedding Fair, Sunday 2nd April. Clovelly is a unique venue to hold your wedding, a privately owned village set in a cleft in a cliff with a pedestrianized cobbled street tumbling past flower-strewn cottages down to the ancient working and C14th quay where a boutique inn nestles by the sea. The other inn lies in the heart of Clovelly where accommodation is also available and there are many B&Bs too. Local residents love a "wedding" often parting with advice on the best locations for... more

It’s not everyone’s idea of fun, some may even wonder why! Downing the tools, dinners left to go cold on the table, half started conversations interrupted by the excited bleep of the pager, the running stumbling out of doors, uncombed hair, and that odd sock moment. The call, the shout, the lifeboat requested on service, the reason for the training, the endless training, the heavy booted stomp of the hurried, unlaced feet. Clattering keys and the sliding of rumbling doors, a boat quickly made... more

"A good walk.  Clovelly and Brownsham.", by Christopher Somerville, Travel Writer. (published in The Times, 14 January). Full article with photos can be viewed HERE