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Around Kingswear BY MIKE TREVORROW


Top Spin For all you nifty little table tennis players who used to cut a dash in your youth, or even you young things who still play regularly there is now a great opportunity to top- spin your stuff in the village hall. A new group has just started-up and will welcome all comers to play ta- ble tennis on the second Thursday of each at 7:00pm – 9:00pm. This will cost you the princely sum of £2. Come along and have some fun.


Family Fun Day Do you lust after luscious lamb? Are you crying out for cake? Are you whining for wine and bursting


for a beer ?... Well help is at hand on Sunday September 8th when King- swear will amaze and delight all with its very own Family Fun Day. Lez the Fez will open proceedings


Stuck Again Despite three signs at the top of Wood Lane warning drivers of its narrow nature another van managed to get properly stuck a couple of weeks ago. We have language, we have figures and we have a picture telling of its problems, but these are clearly not enough! I’m sure most folk in the village


know not to drive down in any- thing wider than a lawn mower, but visitors and tradespeople are still occasionally getting in a tangle. The last stuck vehicle, a road maintenance truck, had to be dragged backwards all the way up Wood Lane with the accompany- ing scents of burning rubber and burnt-out clutch. An expensive business, but still they come!! Do please warn your visitors...


as award-winning Town Crier of Dartmouth, then he might turn in to a magician or a balloon-mod- eller; what a flexible chap! Dogs will amuse and impress us with their obedience and carefully-honed training (no they won’t!) but they will make us laugh, as will their slightly embarrassed owners. The field will be awash with splendid classic cars, there will be live music from the wonderful Missin’ Tackle, there will be raffles with fabulous prizes – have you spent a week in the Bahamas? Just asking! Stalls will be groaning with lovely things to eat or do and of course there will be ‘Beyond-the-Valley-of –Son-of- CAKE in all its glorious forms. This year there will be rowing


for those who’d like to have a go, so come prepared. Gentlemen may be allowed to loosen or even remove their ties. Ladies, it is ru- moured, may even be able to wear trousers, but don’t tell anyone, we don’t want to excite passions!


Passions come later in the hilar- ious forms of the tug-o-war and the Glorious Eggathon. All will be cheered along by music from DJ Somer who is now getting old in years, he’s fourteen now and fresh from tours of Germany and Denmark. If you would like to be involved on the day, do please get in touch with Jan at 01803 – 752928, help is always very welcome. See you all in Jubilee Park from 12 midday on- wards on Sunday September 8th. Sunshine has been arranged.


Drinks Anyone? I’m sure none of us will have any idea how we are going to manage now that the teddy-bear shop has gone, an essential ingredient in .....er .....well, teddy bears I suppose, BUT fret not, help is at hand in the form of the Kingswear Coffee Co which has taken over the premises. As most Kingsweardoes will have


noticed we now have another wa- tering hole in the village, down next to the post office. The Kingswear


Coffee Co is its name and it is the brainchild of Hilary Weatherstone, aided by husband James. Hilary has gone for a big life change since she used to live in Putney, up in the smoke, where she was involved in venture capital for small companies.


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