1. Food Festival
4. Small news
Why not come down
for the weekend, or even a week?
What a great opportunity to buy
the Dartmouth Ghost & Mysteries book published by local man
Richard Webb and photographed by local lady Valerie Wills?
Click here to
see more details.
The Royal Castle Hotel
is holding a special event, order your Bloody Mary from
Woodlands have a
click here for more details. Come to the the Spooky
party with Spangles the clown, free pumpkins, pumpkin
Wicked Witch of the Woods lantern procession, Trick & Treat
Hunt, and mask making,
4. Small News
Support Save the Children
This Saturday 31 October, the Rodillian Singers, a
female voice choir from Yorkshire, will be performing a
concert in St Saviour's Church, Dartmouth in aid of Save
the Children whose 90th Anniversary is this year.
The Rodillian Singers, formed in 1964, are more than
just “another ladies choir”. Under the leadership of
their musical director, Sue Gwynn, (a talented musician
and music teacher), the choir has had recent successes
at Festivals which are often dominated by male voice
choirs. The choir are joined by local musicians
Nicolette Coward (flute), Janet Dietz (piano), Sue Hadow
(clarinet) and Katrin Irvine (piano).
The concert begins at 7.30pm, Tickets are £7.50 and are
available from: The Dartmouth Tourist Information Centre
in Mayors Avenue, or from Louise Gwynn on 01548 580728.
Business rates, the
Dartmouth Chamber of Trade have updated the News page on
to see it then go to the News section. If you have
a business in Dartmouth it could really help you if you
Please remember that all
photographs on this weekly news are copyright of the
photographer, you must ask permission to use them for
Commander Tom Herman OBE
contacted us about last week's article on HMS York.
We do now hope to be invited on board the next Navy
ship. In fact 446 people did get a chance to see
her after following an advert in the Townstal Community
Hall and a local supermarket.
Why not come and visit Dartmouth?