East Soar

A coastline of dramatic cliffs, open farmland and hidden sandy coves

Bluebells growing on the sand dunes

A blaze of colour in South Devon 

Vibrant wild flowers, warm sunshine and the promise of summer to come... These walks have been selected because rain or shine - woodlands and cliff tops will be a blaze of spring colour.

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What's on

Upcoming events

SWOF Additional Campervan pitch fee

Fri 05 Oct 2018
16:00-18:00
Bringing a campervan? Purchase a standard weekend ticket (camping + festival) for your group and then pay your van pitch fee here (one per vehicle) One campervan ticket per party/van.

SWOF Weekend Camping + entry tickets

Fri 05 Oct 2018
16:00-18:00
Booking Second wave camping & entry tickets now could save you up to 20%. Includes entry to the festival and parking, plus talks, films, music, selected workshops and many free adventure activities.

SWOF Weekend Glamping + entry tickets

Fri 05 Oct 2018
16:00-18:00
Enjoy the festival in style and opt for a glamping bell tent - perfect for families/couples or up to 4 Adults. Includes 4 sleeping mattresses and a lantern. Booking from Friday to Sunday.

SWOF Day entry tickets

Sat 06 Oct 2018
07:00-23:45
Book your tickets early. Includes entry to the festival and parking, plus talks, films, music, selected workshops and many free adventure activities. Chargeable events and activities can be booked at a later date.
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Our work

Video

Living Off The Land : The changing face of farming in the South Devon AONB

A film created by the AONB after completing a project looking at what it means to live, work and grow up on a farm in South Devon. There are 359 agricultural holdings covering just over 25,000 hectares of land.

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History

Panoramic view over the Salcombe estuary towards Rickham Common and Portlemouth Down, Devon

Honouring 100 years since Salcombe’s Lifeboat Disaster 

In 1916, a lifeboat capsized and claimed the lives of 13 crew in a devastating tragedy. A century later, Salcombe remembers the lost rescuers.