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Where do I get my copy of By The Dart?


e’re often asked where you can get copies of By The Dart around Dartmouth - supplies are limited but we


try to deposit copies in The Flavel, Natwest Bank, The Royal Castle, Café Alf Resco, The Market Square, the Library, most pubs & cafés, Dartmouth Yacht Club, Dart Marina, Sainsburys, Townstal Garage etc. Many visitors therefore pick us up. Until recently, copies were also available in the Tourist Information Centre but regrettably the TIC won’t stock the magazine any more. Consequently, we will try and hold back a few more copies at our offices in Hauley Road (#7A - above the old Charles Head agency). We will also put more copies into the Flavel. But hurry ‘cos stocks go fast!


A Right Royal Christmas! I


n every household someone reigns supreme in the kitchen especially at Christmas! What better way to show your appreciation than a personalised apron made here in Dartmouth and designed using a special little bit of Dartmouth history. The redundant letter press equipment from Tozers old premises con- tinues to come to life in the hands of Dartmouth’s creative husband and wife partnership Simon and Theresa Hart. When Tozers moved site to Flavel Place from Victoria Road the Harts acquired some of the letter press fonts which inspired them on a creative journey. Two years later their brand Lovehart continues to grow now supplying nearly 500 UK retailers including the RSPB, Wetlands Trust, Royal Yacht Britannia and Fenwick chain. The vintage letterpress was used with printing ink on paper which was then scanned and manipulated using a computer. This allows each design to be personalised before being transferred to specialist paper and transferred to the 100% cotton drill aprons.


Orders for Christmas can be taken by phone, email or on their web site and aprons are £19.00 (normally £24) if you quote ‘By The Dart’.


By The Dart 50th Issue Anniversary Quiz


Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a quiz and with this being our anniversary edition we’ve made it an extra special one with a Dartmouth twist! Test your brain over the festive season and there’s a bottle of champagne for the most complete answers. In the event of a tie, we’ll draw the winner out of a hat. Answers by email to mark@bythedart.co.uk or by post to our office in Dartmouth. And try not to find all the answers on Google!


1. How many different front covers on this edition of BTD?


2. One of our regular BTD columns has a secret link in its titles. Name the column and the link. 3. 11 PP - what are the PP? 4. 39 B in TOT - what are the B in TOT? 5. 21 S on a D - what are the S on a D? 6. 630 M of SWCP - what are the M of SWCP?


7. What is the name of the Dartmouth resident who became part of a well-known acting dynasty family?


8. How many Red Arrows on the cover of the August 2012 issue of By The Dart?


9. Where in Dartmouth will you find signatures of Prince William, Prince Andrew & Prince Charles?


10. In Dartmouth Happy Families – the Dartmouth version of the card game – what was the surname of the family of greengrocers?


11. Who links an angel and a jungle ?


12. In Dartopoly, the Dartmouth edition of Monopoly, which is the most expensive property on the board (ie where Mayfair used to be)?


13. What was launched in the summer of 2010 in Fairfax Place?


14. What will you find at 1 St Georges Square Dartmouth?


15. How can half of 12 be 7?


Good Luck! Closing Date: 21st


December Juliet Wright


he By The Dart team was shocked last week by the sad news that our friend and colleague Juliet Wright had passed away. She had been ill for a large part of this year but her death was still unexpected and untimely at only 47 yrs. Juliet joined us soon after our 2nd


T issue to


take charge of By The Dart’s advertising sales and she was an important part of the magazine’s subsequent growth and success. She was well known in our local business community and had many friends. She will be much missed by us all. Our thoughts are with her partner Pete and her daughters Emily and Ella.


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