Visit Devon Tourism Awards 2018

We are delighted to win a Bronze Award for International/Inbound Visitor Experience of the Year. The Visit Devon Awards Ceremony was held at High Bullen, on 22nd November.  Clovelly Managers, Stephen Harris, and Sam Hodgson attended and enjoyed a lovely evening. Click on title.

Lucy Halliday, Head Gardener, Clovelly Court Gardens

Mid November Clovelly Court Gardens seasonal produce is almost at a close, but it has been heartening to have plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables still leaving the gardens in November. Our little Apple Store shop has remained stocked, along with our stall at the Visitor Centre. We’ve continued supplying fresh produce to Clovelly’s Red Lion hotel and local pub. We have even had a stall of veg at the

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Lucy Halliday, Head Gardener, Clovelly Court Gardens

Winter is close Amazingly the mild damp weather continues although the light levels are now signalling to the plants that winter is close. The dahlias, hanging on till the last, have finally stopped flowering even if the grass is still growing! Turf growth is negligible below 5-6 Celsius but even at night our temperatures have regularly been 7-9. This is giving the sward a great chance to recover and thicken

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First World War Memorial

First World War, 1914-1918 The memorial on Mt. Pleasant was erected by Christine Hamlyn, owner and benefactress of Clovelly, in memory of the village men who lost their lives during the First World War and her nephew, The Hon. John N.  Manners.  In 1921 she then donated Mount Pleasant to the National Trust for the use of the people of Clovelly for all time. The Gallery WWI exhibition in the

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