1. Buy the book
2. Beauty and the
3. Lantern making
5. Small News
1. Buy the book
and help Dartmouth Caring
Last Friday Dartmouth Caring
launched their new Taste of Dartmouth recipe book. With a
foreword by Joyce Molyneux, a preface by Dee Nutt, and published
by Richard Webb (all shown in the photo).
It's a book you should give to all
your friends and relatives for a Christmas present, and at only
£5.00 you can easily afford to and help a worthwhile local
charity at the same time. With 86 illustrations mostly in full
colour it is very special indeed. Pop down to White Sails
Gallery in Dartmouth today and buy some? More details
Beauty and the Feast
Once again Food Festival took
over Dartmouth town! If a picture speaks a thousand
words then you really, really must
click here to see what happened! Judged as the
best ever by many visitors the variety of food was
astonishing. On our unofficial "tribute" website we
have loads of photographs of the last six years
to view it, then select each year on the top menu bar.
Families and anyone wanting to
take part in the Candlelit Dartmouth lantern procession on
Saturday 3rd December can make their lantern free of charge.
There is a lantern making
workshop at The Dartmouth Academy from 10.30am- 4pm on
Sunday 6th November.
Helpers will be on hand but
children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult. For more
click here or call Steve on 01803 712840 or Sarah on
The photo here is from last year
click here to see more.
not come down for the weekend, or even a week?
How do you keep
in touch with your family and friends? First
it was the Penny Black and letters. Then the
telephone, then e-mail and now Facebook!
Facebook is very safe and private. You can
select who sees your page and who are your friends
(unlike in real life). It's easy to put up
photographs as Facebook does it all for you.
Or just a comment to say you are fine and have just
been out somewhere?
Facebook will take over a lot of communication, in
fact we might go so far to predict a new generation
of mobile phones with dedicated Facebook
functionality without the need to access a web
browser, in fact the iPhone already does this.
Our news on Facebook is just a couple of messages a
week, you won't be bombarded,
click here to sample it or on the Facebook logo
to the right. If you like it please
click the "like" button?
Twitter is an
altogether different animal, one local celebrity
often "tweets" every two hours............ It
probably isn't for most of our readers, but those of
you who are on twitter
here or on the Twitter logo on the right to
preview our page, if you like it please subscribe to
5. Small News
Autumn Lunch Offer :
Embrace the finest flavours of Autumn at Restaurant
Angélique with a seasonal lunch offer. Two course choice
menu + glass of house red or white wine. Only £19.50 per
person. This offer is available lunch only, Wednesday to
Saturday until 30th November 2011. For more details
Dartmouth Guiding is
celebrating its 90th year with a birthday party in St.
Clement's Church Hall. The unit was officially started
in 1921, its Captain being a Miss Miller. All past
members of the Dartmouth Guide Company are invited to
attend on the 12th November from 7pm. For further
details please contact Laurie Pearson on 01803 832955
Ready, Steady, GO! for your next comedy fix…Friday 28
October at 8pm. You will not go far wrong with the
brilliant Canadian comedian Tony Law, described as ‘the
best comedian they have seen this year’ by Three Weeks.
As clever as it is loud, ridiculous and hilarious, Go,
Mr Tony, Go! is, ultimately, a gem. One of our
favourites acts here at the Flavel, you will be treated
to an evening of off the wall, boundary defying,
stand-up. Do not miss him! Tickets are just £10 if you
buy in advance, or £12 on the door. Oh, and Saveurs are
doing a pre-show supper too, so why not make an evening
of it? All you can eat supper for £14.50, booking
essential through our box office. Book now?
Why not come and visit Dartmouth?
copyright Dave Cawley,