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Around Kingswear BY MIKE TREVORROW


Rowers at Play Friday October 28th saw the Kingswear Rowing Club out to play at the Steampacket. The aim of the evening was to have fun and raise a few quid for the club and both aims were achieved. Jan Trevorrow put together a number of short quizzes which all enjoyed, indeed the mem- bers were kept so busy that they behaved themselves very well! The Steampacket staff supplied nibbles and pizzas, calamari and chips - so the beer was well soaked-up leading to further good behaviour. To Kingswear’s slight shame


the Dartmouth members of the club won the quiz total overall but only by one point it must be said. Nonetheless, congratulations to the team who had braved the heaving briny to be at the event. The poor souls suffered a second soaking on their way back to the Dark Side. The evening raised £150 for club funds which was very creditable.


season and wish to join in the jollity, forms will be available from 1st December at the Kingswear Post Office or from the Clerk Tel: 07863 227031. This year’s very tempting menu is: Main - Roast sirloin of beef with red wine jus, dauphinoise potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Or Mediterra- nean vegetable risotto with rocket. Desserts: – Carrot cake with pour- ing cream or rhubarb crumble with custard. Cheese & Biscuits. Bon Appetit mes petites choux.


Carlow Bequest


Lunch 2020 I have been asked by our parish clerk, Sue Balsdon, to let the over- 60s know that next year’s Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch, Enter- tainment & Raffle will be held on Friday 17th January 2020 in King- swear Village Hall at 12.30pm for 1.00pm. The subsidised cost is £10 per person. Presuming you haven’t eaten yourself senseless over the festive


Arts Society This rather bland title hides a world of creative enjoyment and it’s more or less on our doorstep. On the second Monday of each month a speaker is organised at the Flavel in Dartmouth to speak on any branch of the arts: painting, sculpture, architecture, gardens, individual artists and their lives, jewellery, furniture, antiques and I don’t know what else besides. The quality of the speakers is really excellent (I can tell you that they regularly cost £350-£400 to hire!) and they are readily available to us. An enthusi- astic group of Kingswear folk brave the heaving seas on the second Mondays so do come along to join in, you will not be disappointed. Here’s this season’s list of speakers: October – Drawn from life: the ex- traordinary art and life of Augustus John, November – Faber and Faber – 90 years of excellence in cover design, December – A photographic odyssey: Shackleton’s Endurance expedition captured on cam- era, January – The founders and treasures of the Wallace Collection, February – The fascinating world of playing cards, March – the arts and crafts of Kashmir, April – This won’t


hurt! Medicine in art throughout the ages, April – The Mirror of Re- ality: Flemish art from Van Eyck to Breugel, June – Fakes and Fortunes (or Have I a Constable in my attic?) I know a couple of these have


already happened, but this was just for information. If you are interest- ed, the cost for the whole season of nine talks is £42 (if paid by standing order or on-line banking) or you can come along to any individual lecture for £8 per lecture for up to three visits in the series. Membership forms can be obtained from the membership secretary, Sue Clay, Beacon House, 12, Yorke Rd., Dartmouth TQ6 9HN or if you like I can get you a form so you can call me, Mike Trevorrow on 752928. It is worth letting you know that membership cards of this society can be used at many heritage sites, galleries and museums to obtain discounts, priority bookings, etc.. So – what are you waiting for?! Give yourself a treat.


Fun Day Details Since a fair amount of the money raised at the Fun Day in September was due to the efforts of a small number of people I thought I must preface the results with real thanks to Julie Graham and Ian Fenton. Julie did the invisible but laborious job of chasing sponsorship, with great results, and Ian organised the lamb for the lovely lamb roast and had to be down on the field before the sparrows even had their flatu- lence-causing breakfast. So well done they, say I. And well done to all folks who helped to make the event such a success, including the classic car folk who made sure old cars were present and correct;


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