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'Heritage Guide' training. The Deer Park can be seen in the background

Deer Park guided walks

  • 23/08/2019 to 28/10/2019

A 700-year-old story awaits you on our volunteer-led Deer Park tours – learn about the people who lived here, the magnificent landscape, the deer themselves and the abundant wildlife. More Info >

Dartington Deer Park Discovery Trail

  • 24/08/2019 to 29/12/2019

A unique experience helping to feed the Deer Herd at Dartington. Learn about the deer’s ecology, life-cycle & seasonal behaviour inside the deer park and in close proximity of these magnificent animals. More Info >

Wildlife and Nature Photo Walk

  • Sat 7th Sep 2019

Four hour photo walk along the banks of the beautiful River Dart through the grounds of the Dartington estate with expert tuition from tutor Sid Smallman. More Info >

Ensemble Hesperi – The Pheasant’s Eye

  • Sat 21st Sep 2019

Totnes Early Music Society. Musical scenes of 18th Century Scotland with timeless folk tunes and infectious dances mixing visual movement with repertoire steeped in the iconic heritage of Scotland. More Info >

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DCN: Breakfast networking

  • Thu 26th Sep 2019

A Dartington Collaborative Network members-only event. Join us each month as one of our tenants gives a short talk and Q&A on their enterprise. More Info >


  • Sat 19th Oct 2019

Totnes Early Music Society. Four former Royal College of Music students present music from the 17th and 18th centuries, including works by Vivaldi, Handel and C.P.E. Bach, alongside improvising in styles from the same period. More Info >

The Longest Night: Society of Strange & Ancient Instruments

  • Sat 14th Dec 2019

Totnes Early Music Society. Norwegian Hardanger fiddle player and singer, Benedicte Maurseth, SSAI’s director, Clare Salaman and harpist Jean Kelly play hardanger fiddles, Swedish nyckelharpa, and clarsach (celtic harp) in songs and dances from Purcell to Playford. More Info >

London Baroque: Les Amours Baroque

  • Fri 31st Jan 2020

Totnes Early Music Society. Outstanding viol player Charles Medlam and his daughter Hannah, a soprano, are joined by theorbo player Alex McCartney for a programme of 17th century songs and instrumental music. More Info >

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