1.  Pretty in Pink

2.  Paul Barclay Commission

3.  The year of the Rabit

4.  'Breakfast at Tiffany's'

5.  Small News

 

 

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1.  Perfectly pampered with Pink

In keeping with all things soft and pink for Valentine’s Day, Dart Marina Health Spa in Dartmouth is launching a new range of hand, nail and foot treatments called Pinks Boutique! Made in England from 100% natural and organic ingredients, Pinks Boutique will be available to transform all fingers and toes that pass through the door of the Health Spa on Friday 11th February from noon – 6pm and Saturday 12th February from 9am – 7pm.

Spa Manager, Lesley Dennison explains: “The Pinks Boutique range is designed to restore your skin’s natural balance. It is pure home grown goodness – each product is hand blended with care in England and accredited by the Soil Association.  “We hope guests will come and enjoy being pampered at the Spa over the Valentine’s Weekend – and we’ll serve tea and locally made cupcakes to all our visitors. Our new Pinks’ manicure and pedicure are like no other - hands and feet are exfoliated and massaged to improve circulation, cuticles are cared for with oils and creams, the nail shape is perfected and treatment basecoats and colour are applied for the perfect finish. The products have a beautiful aroma and the experience is sheer bliss!”

The new range of Pinks Boutique products include:
Hand Balm – a super-hydrating balm made with rich organic Shea Butter, Sweet Orange, Neroli and Vitamin E that moisturise and promote cell regeneration. A little goes a long way.
Cuticle Oil – Rosa Mosqueta and Vitamin E softens and nourishes cuticles.
Hand Soak - essential oils of Sweet Orange Blossom infuse natural mineral crystal and dead-sea salts to create this relaxing soak.
Hand Exfoliant - a combination of dead-sea salt and organic Jojoba Oil to leave skin feeling delightfully supple and polished.
Foot Balm - Rich Shea Butter provides intensive care for dry skin whilst the fresh blend of Peppermint and Geranium revitalise the feet.
Foot Soak - a balancing foot soak using ground Himalayan rock crystal salt, which leave feet refreshed and invigorated.
Foot Scrub - naturally occurring Himalayan mineral crystal and dead-sea salt work together to re-mineralise and smooth the skin.

Dart Marina Health Spa will also have Pinks’ organic waxing products, which are the first in the UK to be Soil Association approved. For further information please call the Health Spa on 01803 837182 or click here.

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2.  Paul Barclay Commission

This week saw the handing over by Dartmouth artist Paul Barclay of an  original illustration commissioned by the popular British brand Crew Clothing Company.

Paul's artwork already in one of their new stores and his latest work has already been replicated onto wallpaper in Crew's showroom on the King's Road in London.

Seen here with Paul is Georgina Clark, Retail Marketing Manager for Crew Clothing. Click here to see Paul's wewbsite.

A newcomer to Dartmouth recently assumed the charismatic writing style of Paul was in fact the official Dartmouth font, bless..............

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3.  The year of the Rabit

Celebrate the Chinese New Year in style. Add some tradition to the cold winter months and join in a Chinese New Year celebration at Dartmouth Golf and Country Club. The Chinese New Year is the start of the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays, the Spring Festival, where the Chinese give presents and sweep out the bad luck from their homes. The New Year is looked at as a great way to reconcile and forget grudges and what better way to start than by joining in the celebrations at DGCC. The Year of the Rabbit will be commemorated on Friday February 11, the latest in the club’s themed evenings, starting at 7.30pm with a drink on arrival followed by a two-course Chinese buffet. To book a ticket for just £19.95 per person, contact the bar and bistro on 01803 712013

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4.   'Breakfast at Tiffany's'

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (PG) - 50 Years on @ the Flavel, Dartmouth
Screening on Mon 14th Feb @ 7.30pm & Thurs 17th Feb @ 2.30pm

The Perfect Way to Spend Valentine’s Evening………
It's been 50 years since Audrey Hepburn's version of chic wild thing Holly Golightly first hit the big screen. Ever since, women have seen something compelling in her story – especially those not fooled by the 'happy' ending.
This pure classic has been digitally re-mastered, giving a high definition picture and sound quality that is second to none with the all new Flavel digital technology & is a favourite for many people……

Set in 1961, based on Truman Capote's novella about Paul (George Peppard), a struggling writer who is intrigued with his neighbour, Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn). As she staggers home early one morning in her little black dress and sunglasses after yet another all-night bender during which she likely doled out small favours to amorous older gentlemen in exchange for rent money. Pausing in front of Tiffany’s, Holly munches a Danish and sips coffee as she admires the jewellery in the window. It’s an iconic movie moment. Holly sees herself as a free-spirit, a party girl, someone who, as she puts it, won’t be caged by love or commitments. It’s a lonely life, but it pays the bills. The’60s are on the verge of swinging.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is packed with wonderful dialogue and unforgettable moments, including a hilarious shoplifting scene and, of course, the transcendent moment when the beautiful Hepburn sings “Moon River” on her fire escape. (Henry Mancini was commissioned to come up with a song that would fit within Hepburn’s very narrow vocal range.) Whether or not Holly and Paul end up together is ultimately less important than whether they can forgive each other — and themselves — for the many errors of their ways. Capote’s New York is not a place where redemption comes easily, but maybe these two can find it. Holly deserves a happy ending. Tickets from the Box Office, 01803 839530 or online by clicking here, but hurry!

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6.   Small News

  • The Dartmouth Indoor Pool Trust are holding a charity of auction of original paintings and other artworks this Saturday 5th February from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at the Dartmouth Apprentice. The artworks have been donated by many local artists and galleries, and can be seen until Saturday in the gallery at the Flavel Centre. At the Flavel you can also see the 3 final designs for the pool. To tie in with the Auction, the Apprentice is offering a 2-course meal for £15.00 per head after the event. Contact the restaurant direct for bookings.
     

  • On Thursday 3rd February (Today!) Celebrate the 2011 Chinese New Year with The Royal Castle Hotel!  Just when you thought that there was nowhere to celebrate Chinese New Year (as Jimmy Tsangs is closed) the Castle Hotel steps into the breach with an “all you can eat” buffet for £11.50 complete with chop sticks and fortune cookies!  Served in the Galleon Bar from 6.00pm.
     

  • Sarah reports: Please could you mention that we have the following happening on Saturday 5th February at Bellinis: Local and talented Musician Jonathan Hughes-Jones joins us for the evening to play a great selection of Jazz and Blues from 7.30pm.
     

  • The Britannia Choral Society reports: Saturday 19 March 2011, 7.30pm, St Saviour’s Church. Tickets: £10 (£5 students) from Dartmouth TIC or on the door

    Programme: Beethoven: Mass in C
    Haydn: Insanae et vanae curae
    Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No 3 (second movement by Rupert Bond)
    Molter: Clarinet Concerto No 3

    Performers: Britannia Choral Society: Camerata Concertante: Nigel Keates - clarinet

 

 

  • One of the Parsons Brinckerhoff reports on parking in Dartmouth is available click here to see it.
     

  • The Charities Commission said today that if the trustees of the Dartmouth Trust were so minded, it might be possible to offer reasonable rents for Dartmouth people.

 

 

 

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