Tuesday, 28 April 2009

May Day fun fayre

If you're in Torquay for May Day, make sure you don't miss the May Day Fayre at Cockington Court. The fun starts on May 4, at 10am.
Cockington Court is set in 450 acres of beautiful parkland complete with thriving craft centre, tea rooms and stables.Visitors can enjoy exploring the trails and walks around the grounds and lakes. Or take it easy with a horse and carriage ride and discover the doomsday village of Cockington with its thatched cottages and old forge. For the inquisitive, watch the wonderful demonstrations by skilled Torquay craftsmen in the craft centre. See the glass blowing or watch the blacksmith at his forge, browse through local artwork whilst watching the artists at work in the gallery. Take a journey back in time in the walled rose garden or learn about the craft of organic gardening in the kitchen garden.Feeling peckish? Then enjoy a spot of lunch at the excellent Cockington restaurant, or just bring a picnic along and enjoy the space.
See the Cockington website here for directions and more information.

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