East Soar

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

Latest information about the South West Outdoor Festival 

Up to date information about the activities, talks, workshops, live music and food and drink at this year's festival at East Soar Farm 5-7 October.

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What's on

Great coastal run

South West Outdoor Festival 

This autumn the South West Outdoor Festival will take place at East Soar Farm from 5-7 October.

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 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 Weekend Camping + entry tickets

Fri 05 Oct 2018
16:00-18:00
Includes entry to the festival and parking, plus talks, films, music, selected workshops and many free adventure activities.

SWOF Day entry ticket - Saturday

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.

SWOF Day entry ticket - Sunday

Sun 07 Oct 2018
07:00-18:00
Book your tickets early. Includes entry to the festival and parking plus talks, films, music, selected workshops and ay free adventure activities.
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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.