Cockington

Cockington Country Park is a beautiful mix of picturesque well-ordered garden landscapes, open parkland, rural countryside and substantial woodland. Tucked in amongst this 450 acre park are three pretty ornamental lakes, a historic Manor House with craft centre and studios, a chocolate box village, delightful thatched cottages and a quaint church.

All can be explored through a network of paths and bridleways, both on foot or by bike. Our Visitor Centre, located in the village, offers plenty of information about the park, its history, wildlife and the work of the Trust, as well as a selection of gifts and sundries.

Latest News for Cockington

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“Wassail” the New Year!

12 December 2017

Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust will be helping prepare the orchard at Cockington Country Park for the growing year to come with a “Wassail”, marking a...

Christmas Presence at Cockington!

30 November 2017

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas at Cockington this week as staff and volunteers prepare for a special festive re-opening of the Visitor Centre. ...

Cockington’s Fitting Tribute to Local Craftsman.

22 November 2017

Five beautiful hand-made horse and cart models have been very kindly donated to Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust for display in the Cockington Visitor Centre. The...

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Upcoming Events at Cockington

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Tots Go Wild! in February!

22 February 2018

Tots come along to Occombe for this morning of discovery, we will look for signs of spring through colours and get creative inspired by our natural treasures!  ...

Canine Cockington

25 February 2018

From canine First Aid, to dog behaviour and training, plus pop-up stalls for pups - join us at Cockington Visitor Centre for a series of different talks and events...

Nature Walk

21 March 2018

Join the Ranger for a stroll at Occombe, looking at signs of spring and tasting some wild edible plants along the way. Includes a hot drink on return to the Yurt. ...

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