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not come down for the weekend, or even a week?
Christmas Party this Friday 23rd
James Brown from Browns Hotel
reports: We're looking forward to the party on Friday,
whether you are coming to eat or if you have just arranged
to meet at the bar! Remember this is a party so dress to
impress! Disco dancing from 9:30.
If you have booked to eat we will be serving the starter
standing around the bar from 7:15pm. Don't arrive too
late or you are likely to miss out! We will sit
everyone down at about 8pm for a bowl of steak chilli. We
would like to know how many vegetarians we need to cater
for, so please could you let us know by phone or email.
Optional desserts will be available. We hope to have
the tables cleared down for some serious dancing from
9:30pm. To book call 01803 832572
We will clear each table's tab at the end of the meal and
then operate a cash bar from 9:30. We hope this will make it
easier for everyone as I am sure people will want to move
around. The bar is open as usual with complimentary tapas
available from 5-7pm. If you just want to come in for a
drink or dance you are more than welcome.
Remember if you just want to have some drinks and a dance
you do not have to book.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve
Where better to celebrate New
Year’s Eve than at The Royal Castle Hotel!
Last few remaining tickets
available for our New Year's Eve Party : £25.00 per ticket
to include: a welcome drink : £5.00 barfood meal voucher :
50% off of all drinks until 8.00pm! (excluding bottles of
wine and champagne) : Complimentary breakfast served from
1.00am and a fantastic party atmosphere!
Purchase your ticket from
Reception or call 01803 833033
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A South Hams
District Council spokesman said: “The Dartmouth Lower
Ferry runs as normal apart from Christmas Day when there
is no ferry at all. On December 26 it runs between 10.00
hours and 16.55 hours from Dartmouth and the only other
change is New Year’s Day when the times are as for
The Revd Will
Hazlewood invites you to celebrate the birth of Christ
in the parishes of Dartmouth and Dittisham. Our
services are open to all and you will find a warm
welcome whenever you come.
Tomorrow (Friday 23 December) sees the traditional
service of Nine Lessons and Carols in St Saviour's
Church at 7.30pm
On Christmas Eve there is a Crib service in St Clement's
Church at 4.30pm, perfect for children and families;
Midnight Mass is celebrated in St Saviour's Church at
11.30pm, while at Dittisham there is a service of carols
and readings in St George's Church at 11.15pm.
On Christmas Day in Dartmouth there is an early morning
Holy Communion service at 8.00am in St Clement's; Holy
Communion and Hymns (BCP) at 9.30am in St Petrox Church
and Sung Eucharist at 11.00am in St Saviour's Church. In
Dittisham the Sung Eucharist is at 9.15am.
We look forward to meeting you at our services.
Friends of Bayards
Cove carol service is tonight at 6.30pm
Johnny Chick's snow
machine will be taking part in carols on Bayards Cove
on Christmas Eve from 5pm - will you be there? bring a
torch so you can read the carol sheets!
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