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Events at Clovelly

June 06, 2015 to June 07, 2015

The row from Clovelly to Lundy and back across 32 miles of open seas is a huge test of endurance. Depending upon the weather and tides, it can take up to four hours. Do come along and support the brave crews!  They leave Clovelly at 8am and arrive at Lundy at about 11am. The following day they leave Lundy at about 1pm and arrive back at Clovelly at about 4pm.

Normal admission charges apply

June 06, 2015


Chairman:  Sir Michael Burton, KCVO CMG
Director:  The Hon. Mrs. Rous

SAVE THE DATE:  Saturday, 6th June 2015

"Can The Royal Navy...

June 14, 2015

This new annual event is held to promote seaweed for its immense health & nutritional benefits.  As it is hugely versatile, quay kitchens will have a surprising variety of dishes and stalls will be selling a range of seaweed products along with demonstrations, crafts and talks by Prannie Rhatigan, author of 'Irish Seaweed Kitchen' and Emma Gunn, author of 'Never Mind the Burdocks' (a foraging cookbook)....



'Escape to the Country', Series 16, BBC 1.   Filming at Clovelly took place on 26th May: During the filming, Dame Penelope Keith was seen talking to the Harbour Master and a boatman.

You may have noticed problems with our webcams.  It will be upgraded once new equipment has been installed after the arrival of fast broadband.

  Boat Stories is a series of short films, produced by Jo Stewart-Smith, about life on and around the water in North Devon.  Fishing for Clovelly herring is the latest; a scenic and moving short film.  To view, click on