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Around Kingswear BY MIKE TREVORROW


Big Hall Event If you use the village hall, or would


like to, or just want to know what goes on in there please read Carolyn Williams’ letter, and get in touch.


Dear Hall User Kingswear Hall Open Evening - Friday 26 April 2019, 6-8 pm On behalf of the management com- mittee, I would like to ascertain the likely support of organisations for an open evening event with drinks and light refreshments in the main hall. The purpose is to thank all those individuals and organisations that supported our 2017 appeal and show the significant improvements that have been made to the hall facilities with the funds raised. We would also like to encourage potential new users and offer an opportunity to your organisation to promote your own activity to a wide village audience. If you would be interested in setting up a display at this event, please contact me so that I can allocate a table space for you. We hope it will not only encourage support for your organisation but show the wide vari- ety of opportunities available within the village or nearby. I look forward to hearing from you either by e mail, post or telephone. Mrs Carolyn Williams 3 Kingston Cottages Brownstone Road King- swear TQ6 0EG


Tel: 01803 752716


email: carolynwilliams351@gmail.com Thank you again for your support. Carolyn Williams


NCI Achievement Going through old records recently


it was discovered that the result of that bag pack day at the Paignton Sainsburys on 7th December raising £540 had taken the in-store total fundraising for NCI-Froward Point since 2010 to the absolutely amaz- ing total of £10,474! As you can imagine, the Lookout team is sincerely grateful for such


wonderful support over the 8 and a half years from Sainsburys Paignton. Congratulations are surely due


also to the stalwart teams who have braved the cold and the crowds in order to amass such an impressive amount.


Good Things to do The Carlow Bequest lunch was held


this year on January 10th in the vil- lage hall and much enjoyed by the older folk of Kingswear. The Royal Castle provided food and service to the usual high standard. In Carolyn Williams’ absence, Sallie Cooper was asked to say a few words about the Tea Club which meets on the first Monday of the month in the Lower Hall. The club has now been going for six years and is happy to welcome new members; just come along at 2 o’clock in the afternoon for company, cake and a hot drink. The Art Group is still in full swing, meeting in the Lower Hall on Fridays at 10:00am until 12 midday. Mem- bers can choose any medium they like and the group is keen to point out that dabblers and experts are equally welcome. So do go along and strut or paint your stuff. Thirdly, in our busy village, I am pleased to announce that the quiz


that used to be at The Ship is now starting-up again at the Steam Pack- et; the first one was held on January 22nd and it is to continue on a slightly irregular basis from hereon. So get your brains and your thirsts out and pop along to a very sociable event. If you want to know more about it please contact Jane Rees on 752709 and she will tell you all. It might be best to email Jane then you will be on her data-base - email cjanerees@yahoo.co.uk The format is to be much the same as the old quiz I am told.


Kingswear Fruit


Orchard After a number of hard-work ses- sions to clear and prepare a planting area, Kingswear can now proudly boast the efforts of these stalwart gardeners with a splendid young orchard in Jubilee Park. Just to the right of the big gate as you enter the park there are fruit trees, all ap- propriate to the area and, rather in keeping for young trees, they were planted by young people. A group of 12 students from Kingswear Pri- mary School walked along the creek to join the planting party. After a talk from Kingswear’s


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