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ISSUE 53 JULY 2013 REGULARS


Dart Notes ............................6 What’s On ...........................14 The Flavel .............................24 Shakespeare Week .............26 Food & Drink ......................48 Family Favourites ................54 Around Kingswear .............65 Health and Beauty ..............84 Computing ...........................86 Book Review .......................88 Dartmouth Dog Walker ...95 Legal Corner .......................98 Personal Finance ...............100 Motoring. ............................105 Dart Lifeboat .....................112 Tide Predictions ...............114 Nature Notes....................119 Garden Design ..................121 Property View ...................122 Dart Property ...................124 Trades & Services .............136 TVFTDO ............................146


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FEATURES


20 Things to Do this Summer.....30 SOUTH Devon is awash with glorious countryside, fantastic coastline and a host of visitor attractions so, whether you are a local or here on holiday, why not get out and about this summer and explore all the region has to offer.


The Russians Come to Visit.....60 A visit from a Russian warship to Dartmouth in the early 1990s was hugely significant for Britain and the former Soviet Union.


Lt Col. ‘Sailor’ Kitcat.....63 Dartmouth has a refreshing tendency to attract interesting and remarkable people. One of the most remarkable, in every way possible, was Lt. Col. Terrence ‘Sailor’ Kitcat.


Pilgrims Go Across The Sea.....70


In 1620 a very special pair of ships visited Dartmouth for a few short days. These ships linked the town and the river Dart forever to the creation of one of the world’s greatest superpowers, AmericA.


Dartmouth in the Second World War.....74 Dartmouth was a port in decline in the 1930s – because of a change in fuel used by most ships. But on September 3 war was declared. That was the start of big changes for Dartmouth.


Life Aboard.....87


This is a new column by Marianne who lives aboard the MV Treshnish with her husband Nigel


IN THIS ISSUE


Also, Anzac Street (p50), The Classic Channel Regatta (56), Pierre Landell Mills (p67), Hilary Hemsley (p72), Simon Gilmore (p76), Jessica Heywood (p78), Simon Niblett (p80), Peter Gregson (p89), Jane Chaplain (p92)


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