Dating in north devon
)• new people in town• locals who just want to explore their 'own back yard'• anyone who just loves North Devon!• anyone who wants to broaden their social life At this time, North Devon Friends is run by volunteers, both financially, and with regard to the time taken to Organise and Host events. You are welcome to be a passive member too, but the group will remain sustainable, the more members that actually contribute!As such, you are invited to contribute just £1 a month to help with the overhead costs such as payment for the 'Meetup' platform.You can contribute by following the link below: you choose... "Small print"If you choose to join us on any event, please be aware that some events carry more risk than others.This gives us plenty of time to chat, exchange knowledge, and experiment. Equipment: • A Camera – There will be no shame in bringing whatever you have, even if its a phone, or if you don't know how to use it yet. • A tripod (if you own one)– useful for the sunset when the light starts to disappear. This 'event' is a weekly online call in the form of a virtual 'pub', where we encourage each other to see how we can 'give it a go' and how fulfilling this could be, even if we are simply exploring what we might like to do!
Others have a skill we would like to turn into our day job. If you would like to join this call, please sign up here so we know to look out for you. The main aim for the evening have a discussion about recent events, what events you would like to see, and to share ideas we already have in the pipeline.
We are very lucky in North Devon, as we have one of the world’s largest ‘puddles’ right on our doorstep… This our regular fun walk, which we have held every month for nearly two years now...
Those who have done this walk in the past, appear to have had a great time.
Wear a wetsuit or clothes you don't mind getting wet.
It doesn't matter if the sun shines, or if we have rain, you will be ready for it! For those who need it, you can use my place as somewhere to get changed. On our return, we can 'chill' for as long as we want.Risks can range from dietary needs, to slips, trips and falls, and worse.