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Dartmouth Festival of Food

An event in October in Devon
Dartmouth
Devon
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Event timing: Late October
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This annual event is held mainly in the Market Square with cookery demonstrations, farmers markets, tasting sessions all showcasing local produce and culinary skills.

Tel: +44 01803 833033

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