Farmers' Market this Saturday
Guide to local food
5. Dartmouth's most expensive
6. Gallants Bower
7. Small News
The village of Blackawton was once again the centre of every worm charmer's
universe last Sunday. A German Film Crew had a great time,
children from Chernobyl competed, and lot of beer was drunk.
You simply must go next year? Over £5,000 pounds was
raised for Devon Air Ambulance, jolly well done chaps!!
Martin Holland will be appearing at the Red Lion Dittisham
this Sunday lunchtime playing cool jazz. Martin
Holland is a prolific musician and music educator who is
active in many genres of live music. He has worked with some
top players in the Jazz world as a trumpeter and has
recorded numerous albums both for others and more recently
of his own compositions. He has been playing brass
instruments since the age of nine and has worked in in bands
over the last twenty years or more, appearing at Glastonbury
festival with Louise Parker and Craig Millerton, recording
with the elevator suite, meekyrosie, writing and arranging
his own songs.
Market this Saturday
The second Saturday of every month we have
a Farmers' Market. Featuring local produce including fish,
meat, bread, cakes and everything you might like to try!
Come down for the weekend, you know you want to!!
New Guide to local food
The 2008 Love the
Flavour Guide is published by Food and Drink Devon as a
result of South Hams Food & Drink Association and the South
Devon and Dartmoor Food Group coming together. The Guide
offers the very best of the regionís products and
hospitality with 115 companies featured that either produce
or use products originating from South Devon, including some
50 great places to eat out that use quality, local food and
From specialist bakeries, purveyors of finest South Devon
meats, poultry, game and fresh fish to delicatessens, makers
of luxury ice creams, sauces and snacks, fruit growers and
producers of fine wines, beers and beverages, the Guide has
it all! Member shops that sell or home deliver local
products also feature.
Get your copy from the
Dartmouth Tourist Information Centre in Mayors Avenue car
park? Or from Browns Hotel, the Dart Marina or The Royal
5. The most expensive house in
With a price tag of "offers in excess of 4 million pounds "
is this the most expensive house in Dartmouth? The
Dartmouth dot TV crew have had a private preview, and we all
agreed it would be a spiffing place to live. You can
see the details and history directly by
but wait a minute for the brochure to load.
With well over 6,000 square feet and a private mooring, this
is a truly spectacular house with a lot of history behind
If you go down to the
woods today, you're sure of a big surprise. Well not
quite, you won't meet any Teddy Bears, but you will see more
bluebells than you could possibly imagine. It's only a
5 minute walk from where you can park your car. If you
don't know where it is, pop into the Tourist Information
Centre, they will help you, oh and buy a walks leaflet
whilst you are there?
7. Small News