1. The Inn Theatre Company
2. Easter Dragon
3. Browns Spanish
4. Small News
1. The Inn Theatre
Why not come down and see the plays?
Dragon Eggs ?
25 eggs have been laid by
Susy one of Woodlands' exotic Bearded Dragons this sunny spring
afternoon. We are all very excited and canít wait to see the
babies when they hatch in 60 days. In the wild mother dragons
lay their eggs in a burrow and then leave them to look after
themselves but at Woodlands because they are so special,
Elliott, the Head Keeper, has put them in the incubator to keep
them safe and warm. Bearded Dragons originate from
Australia and can produce 4 to 6 clutches of eggs a year, so we
may have some more eggciting news on the way.
Susy can be seen with all her friends at the Big Fun Farm in the
Reptile House; which is home to an amazing diversity of
creatures from Mr Snappy, the Dwarf Caiman Crocodile to Homer
our 12 foot Burmese Albino Python, two Boa Constrictors,
Terrapins, Iguanas and not forgetting George, the Chameleon are
all living happily together.
Thousands of chocolate eggs and great activities are coming to
Woodlands for the children this Easter at the 90 acre Family
Theme Park near Dartmouth,
click here to see
their web site.
Browns Spanish Tapas special
Browns are holding another of their very popular special
evenings on Thursday 26th March. The theme is Spanish Tapas and
for the evening James has brought back the format that they
operated two years in the restaurant but with very special
prices. Choose from over 20 dishes priced from £2 to £4.50.
All the dishes can be shared and the aim is to try out as many
flavours as possible. Here are some of the dishes that will be
available: Whole baked sea bream £3.50, Squid and chorizo
stew £3.00, Sticky crevettes, £4.50, Seared beef £4.50, Potatas
bravo £2.00, Tortilla £2.00, Black Rice £3.00 Lamb Koftas
£3.50, Salt and pepper squid £3.50.
These events are nearly always sold out. If you would like to
make a booking please call 01803 832572
to visit their web site.
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However if the announcement is from a someone making
money, then it's not really fair to expect us to provide an
advertising service for free. Paying us to advertise
your event is just like paying for an advert in a monthly
magazine, but often greater value for money and more
effective! We are glad to say that almost everyone we
have approached has contributed to the running costs of this
service, thanks guys!
If you use us, consider paying now, rather than leave it
until you want an entry.
Dartmouth News Our techies are
in London end of next week, so it's unlikely there will be
any news, sorry!
A trip up the river
on the Ditsum Ferry
Why not come and visit Dartmouth?
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