Who would of thought, a meeting on a cold miserable February day, could turn out so well, with just one random idea? Tonia Quance of Businesses of Bideford (B.O.B) thought how wonderful it would be to have our very own bronze Tarka in Bideford. After much fund raising, and with the help of many
Way of the Wharves is a volunteer lead community project researching and communicating the history of the the wharves at East the Water. Connected to Bideford by the long bridge East the Water has a long industrial history including: shipbuilding, lime kilns and horticulture, potteries and tobacco
Using the old course of the rail line, the Tarka Trail is a popular track for people of all ages. Popular with leisure enthusiasts, the track is walked, ran and even cycled on! Not brought your bike with you? Bideford Cycle Hire is conveniently situated close to the Tarka Trail. Your journey begins
The Burton Art Gallery and Museum is over 65 years old. With its friendly team of staff and volunteers, it has been celebrating, exhibiting and nurturing all kinds of artists since being established on 31 October, 1951 by Thomas Burton and Hubert Coop.
Visit the beautiful island of Lundy from the port of BidefordEnjoy a day trip to the island of Lundy on board the MS Oldenburg - regular departures from March to October. At three miles long and a half a mile long, its an unspoilt part of northern Devon, home to seals and the iconic puffin.