May
26
Sat
Geopark Festival @ Torquay & Various location on the English Riviera
May 26 – Jun 3 all-day
Geopark Festival @ Torquay & Various location on the English Riviera | Torquay | England | United Kingdom

Geopark Festival

26th May – 3rd June 2018

Celebrate The English Riviera UNESCO-recognised Global Geopark at this years Geopark Festival . A wide range of events will be available to visitors and residents at a number of locations across the bay.
There’s a range of events all week that can help you enjoy, explore and experience all of the different aspects of the Geopark.

What is a Geopark..

UNESCO Global Geoparks are single, unified geographical areas where sites and landscapes of international geological significance are managed with a holistic concept of protection, education and sustainable development.

A UNESCO Global Geopark uses its geological heritage, in connection With all other aspects of the area’s natural and cultural heritage, to enhance awareness and understanding of key issues facing society, such as using our Earth’s resources sustainably, mitigating the effects of climate change and reducing the impact of natural disasters.

By raising awareness of the importance of the area’s geological heritage in history and society today, UNESCO Global Geoparks give local people a sense of pride in their region and strengthen their identification with the area.

Jul
15
Sun
Rotary Pedal Car Grand Prix @ Torre Abbey Meadows
Jul 15 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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Rotary Pedal Car Grand Prix 2018

July 15th 2018

Watch the very competitive pedal car teams all striving to win top trophies in this 2 hour endurance race using nothing but their own strength and fitness!
Running along side this will be an arts and craft fayre, live music, and demonstrations.

Licensed bar and catering tent.

Jul
28
Sat
Marldon Apple Pie Fair 2018 @ The Village Green
Jul 28 all-day

www-englishriviera-coMarldon Apple Pie Fair 2018

28th July 2018

The Marldon Apple Pie Fair has been going since 1888 in memory of local farmer, George Hill, who would use his windfall apples to bake an enormous apple pie for the village. Nowadays, locals and visitors alike join in the celebrations.

Events throughout the afternoon include local arts, crafts and food stands, falconry displays, games and even a novelty dog show!