1. Comedy Festival
2. Let it snow
3. Foodie Weekend
4. Small News
The Comedy Festival is in full swing
and you have tonight and tomorrow left, some events are getting
quite full, so book now!
Click here to see a list of events!
Call 01803 839530 for availability.
2. Let it
This for you poor souls who aren't
here in Dartmouth enjoying the roaring fires in the pubs, the
brisk walks along the river and laughing yourself silly at the
Comedy Festival! Yes, just occasionally it snows here.
Thanks to Andy Kyle, Tessa de Galleani & Joan Cawley for the
Weekend at the Royal Castle Hotel
David Hawke of the Royal Castle Hotel reports: "we are very
excited about our first “Foodie Weekend” at the end of March,
this will feature wine tastings with a master of wine, gourmet
meals and visits to Sharpham vineyard, a cheese making dairy,
lunch at the famous Riverford organic farm and a tour of the
local smokehouse. We are offering very good rates from £230.00
per person for a 2 night stay which includes all meals, wines
and excursions. It is very advisable to book early." Full
details available on their web site
here and call 01803 833033 to book."
- Karen Cooper writes
in: I wonder if you could find time for an insert into
Dartmouth.tv regarding an upcoming charity event at The
Royal Castle Hotel in aid of Rowcoft Hospice and in memory
of a lovely local lady, who eventually lost her fight to
cancer last year – Sue Langman. My Mum, Liz Cooper,
has decided to arrange this charity evening in memory of her
good friend on Wednesday 11th February at 7.30pm with live
music by Jay Jay. The tickets are £20 per person to
include a 2 course dinner followed by coffee and mints.
Tickets are available from the Castle or here at Chadwicks
and we can then tempt people with the mouth watering menu
choices on offer! ( some as an example - Free range chicken
breast with blue cheese sauce, Salmon Wellington, Vegetarian
couscous with Haloumi and a lovely selection of desserts!)
My mum (who is 63 in April) has also put herself up for a
huge personal challenge in August by Cycling from London to
Paris – again in aid of Rowcroft Hospice. She hasn’t been on
a bike for many many years!
to see her website.
"For 2009 Taylor's has introduced a fresh approach to dining
with a new informal & flexible menu, available for both
lunch & dinner. Now diners can enjoy a simple supper of
steamed mussels, garlic, white wine, shallots & Cream with
skinny chips and a glass of wine, as well as a more special
occasion dinner for which they are more well known. A
specially price set menu is also available at 2 courses for
£13.50 and 3 courses for £15.50 for both lunch and dinner.
Phil Hickin plays acoustic guitar on selected Saturdays
throughout the year."
Why not come and visit Dartmouth?
copyright Dave Cawley,
Andy Kyle, Tessa de Galleani, Joan Cawley & others.