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Win a Holiday: Pebble Stacking Competition

Pebble Stacking Competition

Pebble stacking is a fine art, from finding suitable stones, to creating a level foundation from which to build upwards.

Our first competition of 2015 lays down a challenge that if completed will see the winner receive a free holiday to Ladram Bay during October half term from Saturday 24th – Saturday 31st 2015.

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Devon Mascots Golf Championship


Earlier this month Mascots from across Devon assembled to compete in the county’s first ‘costumed golfing’ championship at Ladram Bay Holiday Park.

The star studded lineup consisted of a dozen mascots each looking to putt their way to an historic first victory. Our latest post looks at the the order of play, results and pictures from the event. Continue reading post…

Red Arrows Over Ladram Bay


During late August 2015, guests of Ladram Bay will be able to watch the Red Arrows as they pass over the South Coast en route to aerobatic displays in Sidmouth, Dawlish and Torbay.

The date that really excites the Ladram team is the Sidmouth Regatta display on 21st August. We would recommend watching from the lookout point but for those wanting a panoramic vantage point, nothing beats High Peak Hill.

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The pitmaster’s guide to chicken

With the inevitable first BBQ of 2015 fast approaching we thought we’d kick off the season in style with a beer can chicken. It’s super easy and ridiculously tasty – if not slightly undignified for that chicken!This recipe has strong southern USA roots, so those using this recipe should be addressed by their peers as ‘pitmaster’ – an American term of respect for someone who is skilled at barbecuing.

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6 East Devon Dog Walking Routes


Dogs are a man (& women’s) best friend, many of us plan our holidays around them and dread the look on their faces when the holiday bags are being packed and they get left behind.

To avoid disappointing your pooch this season Ladram Bay has put together a dog-walking guide. You’ll be enjoying your holiday while your canine counterpart is lapping up the best smells, swimming opportunities and chasing the odd rabbit.

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A guide to Devon’s farmers markets

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There are so many reasons why people flock down to Devon on holiday each year, from surfing, coastline footpaths to moorland walks. Having experienced the best of what Devon has to offer, you’re likely to be slightly jaded and require something to recharge your family’s batteries, which is why we’ve put together a guide of another of Devon’s great attractions, it’s farmers markets. Continue reading post…