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Cancer Research Gdn. Tea
High Ridge, Long Lane

Saturday July 5th

Teignmouth Carnival
July 21st - 28th

Horticultural Summer Show
St Peter's Church
& Victoria Hall - Wednesday July 25th

Shaldon Water Carnival
Saturday August 4th 2012

Shaldon Regatta week
August 19th -August 27th

Midday Medley
St Peter's Church

Wednesday August 29th

Shaldon Theatre Company
Panto Auditions

Sunday September 9th

Jazz Week
Coastview Holiday Park

September 15th-22nd

Saturday October 13th, 2012 at 7.30 pm
Exeter Chamber Choir with Edward Scull-Marimba and Chris Gradwell Saxaphone at St Peter's Church

Teignmouth Jazz Festival

16th- 18th November 2012

Shaldon Water Carnival
Saturday 8th December 2012

Boxing Day 3-legged Race 2012

new shaldon website coming soon

Dining out in and around shaldon

ODE-dining: The intimate award winning dining experience on Fore Street (reservations and evening bookings only - open Wednesday to Saturday - 01626873977)
For current menu and booking information please visit:

cafe-ODE: Our regionally sourced and family friendly sustainable cafe (no booking required - open 10am to 7pm - closed on Tuesdays)

For more information of our seasonal changing menu and experiences please visit us on:

follow us on twitter: @odetruefood

locally inspired, refined dining, thoughtful hospitality




Number One the Strand is situated on what was once Strangs Quay. Formerly a Bakery its probably better remembered as The Beachcomber Cafe.

The Beachcomber was well known in Shaldon for over 20 years, serving a variety of foods including all day breakfasts, baguettes and the usual range of cafe style foods.

New owners have renovated the property and converted it into an upmarket Cafe/Restaurant. With contemporary decor, subtle lighting and a few unusual 'items of interest' Number One the Strand has achieved a level of intimacy while making the best use of the available space. Placing of mirrors uses natural light to its best advantage.

The Restaurant has a garden with direct access to Shaldon Beach and views across the Teign Estuary and out to Sea. With its outstanding views window tables, and in the garden, beachside tables are always popular.

Evening dining has established Number One the Strand as a Tapas bar and with a fully stocked bar it has also become a place to meet and socialise over a glass of wine or premium lager.

With its proximity to the sea and with local fishermen able to supply fresh seafood on a daily basis a seafood based menu was a logical choice. As a result Number One the Strand is able to cater for all requirements from a full breakfast and lunch through to afternoon teas and coffees culminating in a Tapas and Seafood menu in the evenings.

Number One the Strand believes in supporting the local community as much as possible and includes the village bakery and butchers as suppliers as well as local seafood suppliers.

No1 The Strand
TQ14 0DL
Tel: 01626 872824

Tide Restaurant at The Ferry Boat Inn

The Ferry Boat Inn is proud to welcome Daniel McCulloch’s, Tide Restaurant. Daniel comes to the Ferry Boat following an illustrious career with eleven years in some of London’s top venues, including Odette’s, Simpsons in the Strand, The Atlantic Bar & Grill and River Café.

The Ferry Boat’s beachside position with glorious views over the Teign Estuary, traditional ambiance and strong connections with the local fishing community perfectly compliment Daniel’s philosophy to food, which is based on the finest locally sourced seasonal produce.

Among Daniel’s specialities from the bar and restaurant menus are the best local mussels around and his handmade Burgers have to be seen to be believed. With Christmas not as far off as you might like to think, menus are already available including such delights as;

Beetroot cured Gravadlax, Lime & Dill Crème Fraiche and Billinis

Chicken Liver Parfait with Tomato and Chilli Jam

Cranberry and Chestnut stuffed Turkey Breast, Garnished with Pigs in Blankets and Truffle Jus

Baked Cod wrapped in Parma Ham with seasonal vegetables and Grain Mustard Cream

Chefs own Baileys and White Chocolate Cheesecake
Pears poached in Red Wine and Cinnamon with Parmesan Ice Cream

Daniel and his team look forward to welcoming you to the Ferry Boat in the near future, call 01626 872340 for reservations and enquiries.

Ness Drive
TQ14 0HP
Tel: 01626 873480

The Ness is an elegant Georgian pub, located on the outskirts of the charming village of Shaldon overlooking the Teign Estuary with magnificant views of Teignmouth and the beautiful unspoilt Devon Coastline.

The Shaldon Coffee Rush

Devon Life's Best Tearoom/Coffee Shop of the year runner up 2009 & 2010

Please join us in the evenings for a freshly baked pizza or a continental platter of meats & cheeses with olives and Italian bread served with a glass of wine or beer!

'The Coffee Rush Cafe is truly a one off, outstanding coffee, velvety smooth hot chocolate, loads of teas & some truly exquisite homemade cakes and pastries' Food Magazine.
Devon cream teas, Aga baked cakes, paninis, bagels, jacket potatoes, delicious soups, sandwiches, picnics, breakfast bagels & paninis. Enjoy a local organic juice, Devon cider or glass of wine.
Eat in or takeaway.
Open every day except Christmas Day.

Wine Bar opening hours
Thurs, Frid & Sat evenings 6pm-10.30pm

Cafe opening hours
Mon-Sat 8am-5pm,
Sun 9am-5pm,
Bank Holidays 10am-5pm

The Coffee Rush is available for evening private hire – email for details
27 Fore Street
Shaldon, TQ14 0DE
01626 873 922
Free WiFi

The Owl and the Pussycat Restaurant

3 Teign Street
TQ14 8EA
Telephone: 01626 775321


Open all year round for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
New brasserie menu launch 16th March.

Monday - Saturday
10am - 2.30 pm
6pm -9.30 pm ( last orders )

The Owl and the Pussycat restaurant is housed in a Grade II listed building with private dining room available for special parties or functions of up to 30 people. The restaurant is open for brunch, lunch or dinner Monday to Saturday serving delicious freshly prepared dishes using local, organic produce where possible. Menus change regularly to reflect availability of seasonal ingredients bought direct from the fields and pastures of Devon. So, whether you’re dropping in for a creamy cappuccino, a romantic meal for two or a snappy business lunch, The Owl and the Pussycat promises diners a relaxed and intimate environment where good Devon food and a good Devon greeting go hand in hand.

If you are looking for an unusual gift for someone special why not give an Owl and the Pussycat voucher.


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English afternoon tea is a very special treat, especially in Devon with it's fine tradition of scones and clotted cream. Bring Mum for tea!
A full afternoon tea is available at Ringmore House in Shaldon. A full afternoon tea with sandwiches and pastries, or just a cream tea and cakes, a variety of menu's available on request.

Helen Scull makes all her own cakes and pastries, scones, served with Devon Langage Farm clotted cream, and also a selection of homemade jams,preserves and chutneys.

Only available by booking in advance - 01626 873323

The Triangle, Kenton, Devon, EX6 8LS
Table Reservation’s 01626 890195
Tuesday Saturday 7.00pm - 9.30pm (last orders)
Sunday Luncheon 12.00pm - 2.00pm (last orders)

Over the past seven years Rodean has built up an excellent following of regular customers through word of mouth. Award winning Chef Proprietor Matthew Tilt with his wife Elizabeth pride themselves on this welcoming family run restaurant, renowned for consistency and exciting a varied Evening A la Carte Menu’s which are lovingly created using some of the West Country's finest produce. Our Sunday Luncheons are excellent value and stated by many to be the best around!

THE ROCK INN – Haytor Vale – Dartmoor

Nestling below the famous Haytor Rocks and just inside the Dartmoor National Park is the rural hamlet of Haytor Vale and the Rock In.

This family owned traditional Englsh Country Inn, has been offering travellers hospitality, good food and shelter since it’s foundation as a coaching inn in the mid eighteenth century.


In this modern age we pride ourselves on a relaxed friendly atmosphere, with personal service reminiscent of a bygone age.

An Inn for all seasons, with winter log fires, beautiful accommodation and fine wines and food.

Haytor Vale , Dartmoor National Park, Newton Abbot Devon TQ13 9XP

Tel: 01364 661305

Coming soon, with its own website, is the Shaldon Supper Club. Interested? Read more.



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