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entertained visitors for nearly twice as long. A horse-drawn delivery wagon is parked outside Cundell’s – the only vehicle in sight. At no 13 on the corner (Joules in 2019) is William Braithwaite, ophthalmic optician and photo- graphic specialist, offering sight testing “on scientific principles and no guess-work”, and “artificial eyes fitted to any degree of colour, size or contour”. Ahead, the four-storey building dominates the older buildings around it. Parade House is fairly new, replacing the old Assembly Room thirty years ago. In 1909 the ground floor houses the Naval Bank, a chemist, and other shops. It will in turn be replaced in seventy years’ time by a building more in keeping with its surroundings (ex-National Westminster Bank, empty in 2019).


Butterwalk Our final view is of Dartmouth’s


Butterwalk, with its gables, pillars and carved wooden features, iconic in 1909 as in 2019. The buildings visited by Charles II in 1671 are in 1909 occupied by several business- es: Joseph Scammell, tobacconist and hair dresser; Henry Westacott, greengrocer; Thomas and Walter


Fleet, fish-merchants; and Alfred Easton, ironmonger & plumber at the Royal Naval College. Some- thing’s caught people’s attention, but there’s lots more to see at Regatta, and we don’t want to miss the afternoon firework display!


© Text Gail Ham and Jan Cowling


With many thanks to Dartmouth Museum for the use of the photographs. Jan Cowling has extensive research on Dartmouth’s old shops. If you’re interested in history, why not join us? There’s more information on our website www.dartmouth-history.org.uk or have a look at our many publications (available in the Community Bookshop, the Museum, or directly from the DHRG). New members are always welcome, and membership is free.


TRUSTEE VACANCY – DARTMOUTH CARING


TRUSTEE VACANCIES – DARTMOUTH CARING Steering the charity in its next phase of development


Dartmouth Caring is a local charity that exists to help those in need, the vulnerable and the elderly, across the town and surrounding villages.


Steering the charity in its next phase of development


rtmouth Caring is a local charity that exists to help those in need, the ulnerable and the elderly, across the town and surrounding villages.


Our 100+ volunteers and equivalent of 6 full time members of staff provide a wide range of services working in the areas of wellbeing, health and poverty.


00+ volunteers and equivalent of 6 full time members of staff provide a range of services working in the areas of wellbeing, health and poverty.


e seeking a further 2 trustees who will actively contribute their skills and experience, with an enthusiasm to enhance what we do.


Steering the charity in its next phase of development


Dartmouth Caring is a local charity that exists to help those in need, th vulnerable and the elderly, across the town and surrounding villages.


We are seeking a further 2 Trustees who will actively contribute their skills and experience, with an enthusiasm to enhance what we do.


Our 100+ volunteers and equivalent of 6 full time members of staff provi wide range of services working in the areas of wellbeing, health and pove


at least one new trustee, experience and knowledge of health and social ould be desirable. General requirements are empathy with our charitable , good judgement, and ability to think creatively and to work effectively within a team.


role is voluntary, meetings of the Board are quarterly and Trustees are involved with other matters throughout the year.


From at least one new Trustee, experience and knowledge of health and social care would be desirable. General requirements are empathy with our charitable aims, good judgement and the ability to think creatively and work effectively within a team.


The role is voluntary, meetings of the Board are quarterly and Trustees are in olved with other matters throughout the year.


We are seeking a further 2 trustees who will actively contribute their skills experience, with an enthusiasm to enhance what we do.


From at least one new trustee, experience and knowledge of health and s care would be desirable. General requirements are empathy with our char aims, good judgement, and ability to think creatively and to work effectiv within a team.


u have such skills, the time and energy to devote to the charity, please email enquiries@dartmouthcaring.co.uk, or call 01803-835384.


Closing date: 22nd August


If you have such skills, the time and energy to devote to the charity, please email enquiries@dartmouthcaring.co.uk or call 01803 835384. Closing date: 22nd


If you have such skills, the time and energy to devote to the charity, ple email enquiries@dartmouthcaring.co.uk, or call 01803-835384.


August Closing date: 22nd August


The role is voluntary, meetings of the Board are quarterly and Trustees a involved with other matters throughout the year.


TRUSTEE VACANCY – DARTMOUTH CARING


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