Opening Times

The Museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am-3.30pm through until the end of October, (last entry 3pm). We are also an information point for tourists and can help with maps, local weather forecasts, accommodation and places of interest to visit. 

New this season – we now sell Salcombe Dairy ice-cream and also have a collection of second hand books for sale as well as an eclectic mix of gifts and souvenirs.

We’d like to thank all who have made donations last year, we are very grateful for all financial help given, which goes towards maintaining this unique attraction. If you would like to support us please let us know if you would like to make a donation, email:info@valiantsoldier.org.uk for further details. You can support us through Teignbridge Lottery, see below for the link.

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We have almost completed the process of renovating our Interface/Archive Room which will make access to our records easier for the public. 

The next project will be updating our Information/Reception area. 

Don’t forget we also hire out rooms, so if you are looking for a small space at a reasonable cost for a meeting or social gathering or to hold a coffee morning the Valiant/Information area is ideal, please e-mail us: info@valiantsoldier.org.uk for further details.

  • The following charges are per hour:
  • Valiant Soldier Bar = £5  
  • Valiant Soldier Snug = £3
  • Ground floor of the whole building = £20
  • Reception area = £5  
  • Back Room = £5  
  • Kitchen = £3
  • AV equipment =£5

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Please e-mail us if you are able to help in any way either as a volunteer or with our fund raising, many thanks. 

 

Support The Valiant Soldier Museum and Heritage Centre on Teignbridge Lottery For Communities

You have the chance to win £25,000 and help raise much needed funds. Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 per week!

Copy and paste the link below into your search bar, this will take you to the website:

www.teignbridgelotteryforcommunities.co.uk 

Then search for The Valiant Soldier Museum and Heritage Centre.

(50 per cent of the funds raised will be shared among good causes and community groups, 10 per cent will go into TDCs new small grants fund which will be distributed to local projects, and 20 per cent on prizes. The remainder pays for the running costs and VAT.)