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79 Hilary’s motives for the change of


lifestyle: she loves baking, chatting to people and is passionate about good coffee, so running a cafe would seem like a good idea. She serves hot and cold drinks, backed up with lovely homemade cakes, scones and the like. The cafe opens at 8:00am and closes at 4:00pm, except for Sunday when it is open from 9:00am to 3:00pm. It is both a normal café and a takeaway. So far the customers have been local sailors, visitors and walkers. Hilary has been grateful for support from the Royal Dart Yacht Club who send people round; club members are able to get a small discount from normal cafe prices. On Fridays, Hila- ry is taking orders for artisan bread which can be picked up on Saturday mornings; the bread is baked in Brixham. I’m sure we all wish Hilary well in her new venture.


Full Steam Ahead The eagle-eyed amongst us will have noticed that The Steam Packet


is covered in scaffolding; those less sharp-sighted may have already driven in to it. I hope not. There is no great mystery, the rendering on the building is being renewed and repainted, so we should be seeing a gleaming new Steam when the scaffolding comes down. The Ship has also had a re-paint and is looking much smarter, so very soon it will be as posh as it’s going to get for the Kingswear pubs.


Youth Sailing Ian Mclelland of Kingswear has asked me to let you know about the recent successful youth sailing that has taken place with this local charity.


“I thought that you might be


interested to hear that the Royal Dart Youth Sailing Trust has just completed three ‘Schools Weeks’ - you may have seen all the brightly coloured dinghies out on the river. Each year, we provide free sailing


for the local schools. We got about a hundred children on the wa-


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ter again this year. We obviously need to have lots of RYA qualified instructors and safety boat support. Even with volunteers, it costs us about £4,000, plus buying and maintaining the dinghies. Nonetheless, it is greatly appre-


ciated by the schools (Kingswear Primary included). Of course, con- tributions of money or expertise would be greatly welcomed by the charity.” The RDYST has previously raised


significant sums from individual benefactors to help purchase the original boats that it uses as well as generous contributions from local organisations such as Rockfish who have raised funds via a discretion- ary £1 donation from customers at Rockfish Dartmouth. This year, the RDYST received a cheque of £7,000 from the restaurant to help fund the Trust’s ongoing and future ac- tivities. You’ll see the Rockfish logo on the dinghies.


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