1. Lazy Sunday
2. The USA
3. Amazing quiz?
4. Small News
Dartmouth man changes the face of the USA Government
Dartmouth dot TV's owner Dave
Cawley attended a week long conference in Miami last week.
It was run by the United States Department of Commerce on
the future of meteorological satellites. Dave gave a
20 minute presentation and participated in several
discussion groups, resulting in a change of USA Government
policy with regard to satellites and the small user. A
special thanks to Steve Padar for his help during this week!
The Lotus Flower Foundation Quiz
David Gent reports: The Lotus
Flower Foundation was set up some years ago by Dartmouth
resident Liz Mills to find ways to provide education,
health, food and leisure activities for children in need in
Southeast Asia, and to provide them with a structure that
will aid their reintegration into society and an
independent, healthy life.
To raise funds for the charity there will be an amazing quiz
this Saturday 16th April at St Clement’s Church at 7.30.
Come along and have your minds expanded by the question
masters Ernie Wingeat and David Gent. A licensed bar
will operate throughout, there are lavish prizes and
everyone gets a taster of noodles. And all this for the
paltry sum of £10! Tickets from the Flavel box office, or
even on the door. Bring a team or come on your own and you
will be made welcome.
4. Small News
without exception, photographs shown here were taken
during the last week before publication. They are
not library shots taken in the summer!
reports: Sacred and Profane – a programme of religious
and secular choral music, including works by Brahms,
Seiber, Fauré and Bruckner. Sunday 8 May 2011, 2.30pm at
St Saviour’s Church, Dartmouth. Tickets £8 (£4
students) available from Dartmouth TIC or on the door.
The Bible – in Voice
Concert to mark the 400th Anniversary
of the King James Authorized translation of the Bible in
Stoke Fleming Village Hall on Friday, 24th June 2011, at
featuring Lance Pierson (actor), Belinda Yates (soprano)
and Heather Chamberlain (keyboards)
At last cracks are
appearing in the Dartmouth Trust as extended leases and
reduced rents are being discussed for Dartmouth tenants.
It is thought that the resignation letter of Dave
Cawley, so well published on the front page of the
click here to read it, has caused some of the
trustees to have a change of heart. You can see
the trustees by
clicking here .
Why not come and visit Dartmouth?
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