Our Bry­ony se­lects five fes­ti­vals that should pro­vide some­thing just a lit­tle bit out of the or­di­nary

Fes­ti­vals with a twist

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1 A hint of lemon Cel­e­brate all things seafood at Newquay Fish Fes­ti­val – three days of de­li­cious del­i­ca­cies, cook­ery demon­stra­tions and fish­ing her­itage. Date 7-9 Septem­ber Web newquay­fish­fes­ti­val.co.uk Stay at Quar­ry­field Hol­i­day Park

Web www.quar­ry­field.co.uk

2 Ready, get set, throw Don’t miss the World Black Pud­ding Throw­ing Cham­pi­onships, where black pud­dings are hurled at York­shire pud­ding tar­gets.

Date 9 Septem­ber Web www.vis­it­manch­ester.com Stay at Burrs Coun­try Park Car­a­van and Mo­torhome Club Site Web www.car­a­van­club.co.uk

3 Ge­or­gian splen­dour Im­merse your­self in Bath’s great ar­chi­tec­ture and all things Ge­or­gian at the Jane Austen Fes­ti­val. Date 14-23 Septem­ber

Web www.janeausten­fes­ti­val­bath.co.uk

Stay at Bath Ma­rina and Car­a­van Park

Web www.bwml.co.uk

4 For high fly­ers Watch kites fly­ing above St Anne’s beach and en­joy fam­ily fun, in­clud­ing a teddy para­chute drop, fire­works and live mu­sic. Date 1-2 Septem­ber Web stan­neskite­fes­ti­val.co.uk Stay at Eastham Hall Hol­i­day Park

Web www.east­hamhall.co.uk

5 Cel­e­brat­ing Agatha Christie Mark the birth­day of Tor­bay’s most fa­mous res­i­dent at the Agatha Christie Fes­ti­val, ex­plor­ing the writer’s en­dur­ing legacy. Date 15 Septem­ber Web www.iacf-uk.org

Stay at Dor­nafield Tour­ing Car­a­van Park

Web www.dor­nafield.com

BRY­ONY SYMES is an in­trepid ex­plorer who loves find­ing new and un­usual things to do

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