EVENTS

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7th October 2023

Discover Tavistock Walking Tour - Heritage Introduction

 Your perfect gentle overview of the colourful history and heritage of this 1,000-year-old World Heritage Site town. This 90 minute, predominantly flat walk over approximately 1 mile will take you on a journey through ten centuries, revealing Abbey and Churches, Mineral Mining and the Industrial Revolution, the building of the Canal and Railways and the influence of the Dukes of Bedford, which can be seen almost everywhere you look! Today the town retains much of its built heritage and prides itself on being England’s premier market town.

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14th October 2023

Discover Tavistock Walking Tour - Heritage Introduction

 Your perfect gentle overview of the colourful history and heritage of this 1,000-year-old World Heritage Site town. This 90 minute, predominantly flat walk over approximately 1 mile will take you on a journey through ten centuries, revealing Abbey and Churches, Mineral Mining and the Industrial Revolution, the building of the Canal and Railways and the influence of the Dukes of Bedford, which can be seen almost everywhere you look! Today the town retains much of its built heritage and prides itself on being England’s premier market town.

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21st October 2023

Tavistock At Twilight - Walking Tour

 Join local guide Simon Dell for this intriguing evening stroll looking at the darker side of Tavistock which he patrolled as a police officer on many dark winter evenings. Murder, suicide and other dastardly occurrences will be discussed on our walk. Not for the faint hearted. Meet at 7.30pm in Guildhall Square.

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28th October 2023

Discover Tavistock Walking Tour - Heritage Introduction

 Your perfect gentle overview of the colourful history and heritage of this 1,000-year-old World Heritage Site town. This 90 minute, predominantly flat walk over approximately 1 mile will take you on a journey through ten centuries, revealing Abbey and Churches, Mineral Mining and the Industrial Revolution, the building of the Canal and Railways and the influence of the Dukes of Bedford, which can be seen almost everywhere you look! Today the town retains much of its built heritage and prides itself on being England’s premier market town.

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