From April 12 we’ll have reached ‘stage two’ of the Government’s roadmap ‘back to a more normal life’ which means that as well as a take-away service, Pavilion in the Park customers can now also sit on the outside tables to consume food and drink they’ve purchased at the Pavilion.
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We’re continuing with our ‘Cheeky midweeky’ promotion for October. Only it’s just got better! A hot drink and not one but TWO mini Danish pastries for just £1.99, every Wednesday throughout the month. Choose from: custard crown, raspberry crown, cinnamon swirl, maple and pecan slice, apple crown
A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported us during the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ initiative in August. As a token of our appreciation we’ve let the goodwill seep into September; so come and join us for a “CHEEKY MIDWEEKY!” That’s 50% off all hot drinks every Wednesday for the rest of September At
A choice of three meats, Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, stuffing, veg and gravy. Vegetarian option also available.
And we have a winner… our first ‘Picasso in the Park’ is 16 year old Sofia Reichert from Okehampton College. Sofia is currently exhibiting some more of her paintings at the Pavilion in the Park, come on down and take a look at the work of this fabulous young talent!
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme opens on 3 August 2020 and will be running every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the month giving Pavilion in the Park customers 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks when dining in (up to a maximum of £10 per diner). This means children can now eat out for
While the sports pitches and parks may have been quiet over the past few months, we know behind closed doors the lockdown has provided the perfect opportunity for creative juices to flow. To celebrate and showcase these expressive endeavours, here at the Pavilion in the Park we’re running a competition to find our ‘Picasso in
Simmons Park visitors were certainly in for a big surprise this Easter as the Pavilion Café hosted its first Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Staged as park of Okehampton sports charity OCRA’s holiday activities, the picnic offered a full family afternoon starting with a teddy trail in the park, multi-sports on the cricket pitch and the picnic
Come visit for this Sunday’s Run in the Park Bacon bap and a tea or coffee only £4.00 9.30-12.00 Sunday 7th April
We are saddened to announce the departure of OCRA’s Sport and Recreation Manager, Stuart Lord. After twenty one years dedicated service, which has seen OCRA grow from a small charitable enterprise to a mainstay within the community, Stuart is leaving OCRA to seek new challenges in sports development.