Leisurely stroll around Devils Point followed by a delicious homemade Cream Tea & Cakes.
Join us for an early afternoon liesurely stroll looking across Devil’s Point Park to view the spectacular views from the southern tip of the Stonehouse peninsula across the Hamoaze to Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall and across Plymouth Sound to Drake’s Island and beyond.
We will be meeting in Devils Point Car Park – Admiralty Road, Stonehouse , Devon, PL1 3R3
. Parking is free in the car park only. Be aware on road parking there is a time limit! Please arrive 10 minutes early to get a parking space, as the car park is extremely busy.
The park is of great historical, ecological and geological interest.
Devil’s Point is located in the south west of Plymouth, on the coast at the south end of Durnford Street. The site is designated as a County Wildlife Site because of the presence of field eryngo, a nationally notable plant species and 11 Devon notable plant species found on the low limestone cliffs and coastal grassland including wild clary and garden parsley.
Relax after a gentle stroll and enjoy a delicious homemade cream tea, with scones, clotted cream and jam, with specially prepared sandwiches, cheese straws and baked cakes and coffees!
This is a ticket only event.
Refund/Cancellation Policy – Due to weather or unforeseen circumstances, we have the right to cancel the event and will refund in full with a minimum of 24 hours notice.
Non-members are welcome to book this event and give Pi Society a try!
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We look forward to seeing you there!