Explore the Slapton’s Horrible History that has shaped Slapton and delve into the lives of the people who lived through these ghastly times.
Slapton, though be it a sleepy little place in the South Hams, has no end of stories. The roads walked by mammoths, built in shelter from pirates and plagued by the black death. A village who’s tower still stands despite Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries and who’s sands have seen more bloodshed than Utah beach on D-Day. Visiting historic sites around the village, hear of the tragedies that our ancestors would have experienced, see the sites of momentous moments and question: what does Slapton’s future hold?
Suitable for aged 8+, dogs welcome
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Before You Attend
What to bring
- We will be outside so please dress appropriately for the weather.
- Expect to be walking through easy terrain, sometimes on roads and pavements.
Opportunities to attend this course
This course is not currently available to book. Dates will follow soon.
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