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Local events in North Devon & Cornwall

There is so much to see and do in Cornwall and Devon. The region's diary is jam packed with great events, from music concerts and vintage rallies to agricultural shows and cultural festivals. Below is a helpful guide to many of the must-see events within close proximity of our Bude holiday park.

The list of events below are correct at time of publication. It is advisable to check with the event organisers in advance in case the event is cancelled, postponed or moved to an alternative venue. We cannot be held responsible for any date changes of cancellation of events.

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Local events for October


Callington Honey Fair

Callington Honey Fair is one of the largest street fairs in Cornwall, with hundreds of people visiting the town to enjoy the one-day event. The modern-day fair is held annually on the first Wednesday in October and each year has a unique theme. That same theme is used for the Shop Window Competition and the Children’s Art Competition, which attracts entries from eleven primary schools in the region. As the only town in Cornwall that still retains a Honey Fair, the streets of Callington are given over to craft stalls, a town crier competition, live music, a fun fair and those all important honey competitions. Always a friendly community event, many local charities and organisations participate and the town’s churches join in with exhibitions. Callington Town Hall is used for the central thrust of the fair where you’ll find the traditional honey and honey products competitions. The town hall also hosts the now famous Honey Fair cream teas (Teas with the Bees), organised by the Callington Lions Club ladies and friends. Refreshments are also available from the two churches and various catering outlets in the town

Tavistock Goosey Fair

Tavistock plays host to an annual fair dating back to the 12th Century. Farmers brought their geese for sale, and drove them through the streets to the Market. Although this practice has virtually stopped, it is still possible to obtain goose lunches at the various restaurants and cafes in the town on that day. The fair attracts market traders and showmen from all over the Country. Stalls and side-shows are set up in the centre of the Town, and the adjacent roads are filed with over 200 traders.

Halloweden at Eden

This half-term we bring you a spooktacular special that will delight children and grown-ups alike…nearer the time they’ll post more details on their website of the activities on offer.