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Braunton Bee & Bug Hunt

As part of our citizen science activities at the countryside centre, we will search for bumblebees, solitary bees, and other … Continue reading Braunton Bee & Bug Hunt

Weekly event
10:30am
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Wellbeing Walks

Free wellbeing walks for all.The group will be meeting every fortnight at 10.30am outside Braunton Countryside Centre. We will finish off … Continue reading Wellbeing Walks

Weekly event
10:30am
Info and tickets

Welcome to the Braunton Countryside Centre

The aim of the Braunton Countryside centre is to increase understanding, awareness and enjoyment of the the local environment and the North Devon Biosphere through information, displays, guided walks, illustrated talks and film shows. The Centre is family friendly and we welcome both locals and visitors alike.

Centre opening times

April-Oct : Monday – Saturday 10.00am – 4.00pm
Nov- March : Tuesday – Saturday 10.00am – 4.00pm
FREE Admission

EXPLORE
EXPLORE
Explore Braunton and the surrounding North Devon Biosphere
EXPLORE
THE CENTRE
THE CENTRE
The central hub for all things environmental in Braunton
THE CENTRE
WHAT'S ON
WHAT'S ON
Walks, talks and film shows taking place throughout the year
WHAT'S ON

We need your support

The Braunton Countryside Centre is a valuable, environmental, educational resource for locals and visitors to North Devon. We are a charity and rely on volunteers and your kind donations to keep running. Please make a donation today.

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The Centre

Situated in Caen car park the heart of Braunton village, the countryside centre offers a warm welcome to all visitors. Inside you will find displays, exhibitions and a wealth of information on the surrounding countryside.
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Events

Throughout the year we offer a range of film shows, talks and guided walks, helping you get a better understanding of Braunton and the North Devon environment. We regularly feature guest speakers who are experts in the natural world.
Talks and events