1. Fathers' Day
2. Africa United
3. Ocean World
4. Small News
1. Fathers' Day
Flip Williams reports: Treat Dad to
a Canoe Adventure this Father's Day, Sunday 19 June! 1300
from Tuckenhay, return by 1800. Bring a picnic. Seats £20 adult,
U-16 £17. Booking 01803 865301 Or maybe in a few weeks
time, but book now.
The Voyager canoe, aka Voyageur, is
big and strong and easy to use. It's a passenger-propelled
zero-emission waterbus evolved from the trade canoes of the
Canadian North West Frontier. Each comes with steersman-guide,
and full canoeing equipment is included.
The canoes go from and to the
slipway beside the friendly Maltsters Arms at Tuckenhay which
lies at the head of sheltered Bow Creek on the west bank of the
River Dart in South Devon halfway between Dartmouth and Totnes.
Outings are 4-5 hours including riverside stops for ice creams
Click here for more.
Anything is possible…’ This
co-production between the United Kingdom, Rwanda and South
Africa is a cheerful, good-natured road movie in which three
Rwandan school kids take a wrong turning when heading to
Kigali to audition for a warm-up act at the 2010 World Cup..
Using a sack load of ingenuity (and a World Cup wall chart
for a map), our pint-sized protagonists set off through the
endless horizons of Africa in pursuit of an unlikely dream.
And as they walk they gather a tribe - a ragamuffin team -
of broken and brilliant characters who help them negotiate a
way through a series of glorious, dangerous, hilarious and
often bizarre situations, as well as the joy, laughter and
hope - 'the ubuntu' - that comes from making an incredible
This film is on tonight at the
Guildhall at 7.30pm. Guest tickets can be purchased on the
night of the screening at The Windjammer pub in Victoria
Road, Dartmouth for £3.60 per film, between 7.00 – 7.25pm.
New members can join at the door on any screening night. For
further information contact: Clive Osborne on 079-6802-6449
not come down for the weekend, or even a week?
Ocean World, An Ecological Musical
Featuring performers from
Dartmouth Academy, Stoke Fleming Primary School and St John
the Baptist Primary School, this evening entertainment has
music written by Peter Rose with lyrics and narration by
Taking place at Dartmouth
Academy and starting at 7:00pm on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday
29th June this amateur production looks like being a great
evening. Tickets are just £2.50 from the Academy, by
calling 839700 or by emailing
Tickets are limited and not
available at the door, get yours now!
4. Small News
reports: The land known as Sugary Green, Dartmouth
has satisfied the necessary requirements to be
registered as a Town or Village Green.
Just a reminder that
every week, all photographs are taken within a week or
so of publication. All photographs/ locations are
always in Dartmouth or less than 10 minutes away.
Why not come and visit Dartmouth?
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