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October 07, 2017

CLOVELLY LECTURES
CHAIRMAN  :  SIR MICHAEL BURTON . KCVO  CMG

DIRECTOR  :  THE HON. MRS  ROUS                                                                                                                                            

RECEPTION-LECTURE-DEBATE-DINNER

Saturday October 7th 2017, Clovelly...

October 14, 2017

"A History of the Edwinsford and Clovelly Communities" by David T.R. Lewis
The Williams, Drummond, Cary, Hamlyn, Fane, Manners, Asquith and Rous Family Owners

Sir David Lewis, in his retirement from a successful career in the City (also as the eighth Welsh Lord Mayor),
settled in the Edwinsford area, North Carmarthenshire, and has since researched and written about the 
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October 28, 2017

It is Apple Season – so we are holding our second Apple Day with lots of lovely apple crafts and activities.  On arrival at Clovelly you will see apple pressing by Gatcombe valley Juices outside the Visitor Centre, so please do bring a bag of apples, watch them being pressed and taste the fresh juice or if you wish, you can bring more for pasteurisation and bottling for which there will be a charge (£1.90 per...

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The Hon.John Rous (left), owner of Clovelly, and Rick Turner (right), Director of The Big Sheep, agreed to swap running their attractions on a recent busy day this August. Both thoroughly enjoyed their time out to try managing a very different attraction to their own. http://www.lotstodo.co.uk/news_archive/view/117

In the beautiful village of Clovelly the happy weeks of August are punctuated by lively festivals and exciting celebrations. Sights, sounds and colours decorate the long days; flowers bloom into the peak of their performance, the simmering sea invites the swimmer to plunge in, the cobbled streets echo with the percussive ripple of daily visiting trippers, laughing, remarking and exclaiming at the perfection of a high summer’s month in an English idyll. For one long, memorable week in summer the... more

Clovelly is classed by some as an alternative wedding venue.  It encaptures the traditional aspects of what would be classed as an outside venue for a wedding, and has elements of what are often highlighted as quirky or alternative. Bridal couples are drawn to Clovelly due to these aspects, however, with this in mind, Clovelly is different in so many ways to many other alternative venues within the South West. Clovelly can include many of the “boxes", which bridal couples tick as they look... more

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