1.   Food Festival begins

2.   Style

3.   Art, food and cocktails

4.   Beastly Halloween

5.   Small News

 

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1.  Food Festival begins

The full  'Dartmouth Food Festival'  printed guide is available for just one pound from the Tourist Information Office, Browns Hotel & Bar and The Royal Castle Hotel.  You really need this to plan your days!  Children's day has just started and here are a couple of photos taken this morning.

You can check out our unofficial site that is full of photographs by clicking here and also check out the official site by clicking here

You can dip in and out with so many events or just concentrate on a few.  You will find the Dartmouth dot TV crew in Browns,   Wildfire,   The Royal Castle Bellini’s,   Taylor's  and the   Dartmouth Arms, all our favourite places!  See you there? Oh, and to see the best restaurants in Dartmouth  click here?

Why not come down for the weekend, or even a week?

Self catering accommodation click here

Dartmouth B and B  click here

Dartmouth Hotels click here

A Tourist Guide to Dartmouth click here

Shopping in Dartmouth click here

Eating and drinking in Dartmouth  click here

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2.   Style

Trish Thomas reports: Just drawing your attention to my forthcoming exhibition in Foss Street on Open Galleries night this Friday 22 October 6-9pm.   My exhibition is entitled 'Style' A celebration of classic elegance and glamour. It will include lots of pearls and crystals, vintage jewellery and organza corsages, for parties and everyday wear, with a hint towards film star glamour.  See you there?  Trish Thomas Jewellery, 9 Foss Street, Dartmouth.

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3.   Baxters Gallery, art, food and cocktails

Sarah Duggan reports: Baxters in Foss Street, Dartmouth is launching a mixed exhibition showcasing many artists who are new to the gallery on October 22nd through to November 11th.

All artists will be working around a palette of shades of white with some subtle highlights of other tones. It will be an exciting opportunity to see so many artists featured together whose work has not been seen in Dartmouth before. Expect to see paintings, etchings, ceramics, paper-cuts, driftwood and pebble sculpture, glass and enamels from both established and new artists. The private view is Friday October 22nd 6 – 9pm and the exhibition can also be seen online by clicking here.   The exhibition launch co-incides with Dartmouth Galleries Week when most of the Dartmouth galleries host a private view on the same evening.

As the Food Festival is on at the same time Baxters will be showing part of the exhibition in one of our best restaurants, Anzac St Bistro. Thanks ever so.  Do come for a cocktail!  Yes, Dartmouth dot TV will be there sipping a cocktail or two!

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4.   Join the best beastly Halloween ever ?

Captain Skeleton and 6 Beastly Attractions will be raising screams for 9 days of the best Halloween ever at Woodlands from Oct 23rd – 31st.  Woodlands Family Theme Park is famous for it’s free Pumpkins and daily Carving Championships. The ghastly rides & spooky attractions are perfect for families wanting to celebrate the fun of Halloween. Win creepy prizes in the Fiendish Workshop making Marvellous Masks, Ghostly Lollies & Batty Bats. Find a Haunted House Trick or Treat Ticket to win another prize, it’s all Free!

Travel on the Ghoulish Ghost Train, beware the Phantom Pirates Maze may not be for the faint hearted. The new haunted Abbey Ruins has some beastly shocks which add to the creepy fun. Enjoy the extra fun on Halloween Party Day on the 30th October with excellent prizes for the Best Fancy Dress Competition. At twilight, join the Lantern Lit procession to the Monks Pool and hear Woodlands own true ghost story. Click here for more.
 

23rd - 31st October Family Fright Week
9 Creepy days of Halloween
New Spectre of the Abbey Ruins
Daring Phantom Pirates Maze
Trick & Treat Hunts, Workshops,
Ghoulish Ghost Train, Flying Spooks Tractor Ride
Free pumpkins & Pumpkin carving competition

30th October – HALLOWEEN SATURDAY PARTY TIME
The Spooky party with Spangles the Clown
New Spectre of the Abbey Ruins
Daring Phantom Pirates Maze
Trick & Treat Hunts, Workshops,
Ghoulish Ghost Train, Flying Spooks Tractor Ride
Free pumpkins & Pumpkin carving competition
Wicked Witch of the Woods Procession, float your wishing candle in the Monks Cave
Best Spooky Fancy Dress competition

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5.   Small News

  • The Townstal Community Partnership Invite You On  Friday 29th October 6pm – 10pm to a Community Halloween Party in the Townstal Community Hall.  Disco By ‘Pulse’ Seen In Ibiza & London.  Magic By Dan (6pm -830pm).  Fancy Dress Competition (Adult & Children).  Ghoulish Drinks & Snacks (Small Charge)
     

  • Sadie Aucott from BBH Artechts reports: 10 members of staff from BBH undertook the Royal Marine Commando Challenge on Sunday 10th October to raise money for charity – currently our total stands at £3,200 and rising!
     

  • Come and support The Children's Society at a coffee morning to be held on Tuesday 26 October in St Saviour's Church starting at 10am
     

  • The iPhone4 and iPad are taking over the world.  If your web site uses "Flash" animation it may not even show up on these popular devices often used by your potential customers with high disposable incomes.  At best you won't get the top of the page, it will be just blank, and with an iPhone4 people won't notice the rest.  If you have any problems, just e-mail us by clicking here.
     

 

 

Why not come and visit Dartmouth?

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