On Sunday 28 October, Mark Harandon, otherwise known as ‘The Captain of the West’ is returning to North Devon to take visitors on an adventure walk around National Trust’s Baggy Point.
Mark, who is currently appearing at the Minnack Theatre in Cornwall, is a well known story teller who travels the South West and beyond with his work and has performed at numerous National Trust properties. He is always a resounding success on the Trust’s Smugglers and Wreckers adventure walk which takes place on Morte Point during August.
Visitor Services Manager Hannah Jefferson comments: ‘We always get the most amazing feedback from our smugglers and wreckers walk, with people coming back each year to enjoy it again and again, so we’re really pleased to be able to bring a new adventure walk to Baggy Point for October half term. Mark is a captivating story teller, who gets people of all ages wrapped up in the atmosphere and excitement of a place.’
National Trust Ranger Jonathan Fairhurst comments; ‘We’ve been working with Mark to help develop the adventure walk and it’s been fantastic to see how he has really taken in the coastal and farmland setting with its local stories and weaved them into a great family adventure. Even if you think you know Baggy Point really well, Mark’s story telling makes you really consider it in a different light – it’s going to be great fun seeing families enjoy this unique experience.’