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The Arts Society The May Zoom from the Arts


Society was a fascinating and very moving talk from naturalist David Ramsden entitled ‘Restoring the Balance’. David’s main theme was the fate of the barn owl in the modern-day farming landscape. Much of the news was bad of course, but there were glimpses of hope for the future, certainly our knowledge can help the plight of these beautiful birds. However, David was extremely eloquent and moving when dealing with the state of the planet and our part in its destruction or salvation. All who enjoyed the talk were left well-informed and very thoughtful afterwards.


Date for your diary On Thursday July 8th the Kingswear


and Dartmouth Arts Society will be running our annual fund-raising event in Royal Avenue Gardens in Dartmouth between 10am and 4pm where refreshments will be served and all sorts of stalls will be set-up. So, enjoy the sunshine, the view and the company and come along for coffee and cake and a little browse for a book or a bottle. See you there.


Dartmouth Art


Society Not to be confused with the above group, the Dartmouth society of local amateur artists held their final meeting of the year actually


Kingswear Primary School first opened as a Board School in June 1871providing an education for children aged 5 to 10 years old. The small school has served the village ever since and is currently attended by 32 children aged 3 to 11. The school is fortunate to have in its possession many log books and records spanning its 150 year history. The current staff and children of the school had plannned to share some of these fascinating historical records with the local community to commemorate its anniversary as well as holding a Community birthday party to be held in Jubilee Park at the Creek. Unfortunately these have had to be postponed due to the extention of Covid restrictions.


together in the hall at Townstal. This meeting also held the competition of paintings which was missed in January, so was an occasion of celebration.


Rent to Gain… Kingswear Village Hall has a couple


of rooms to rent, for £200 pcm. They might suit home workers


seeking office space away from the home or a small business or someone seeking storage space for documents or possibly an artist seeking studio space. Access to the village hall kitchen


and wc facilities is via a staircase. Please call Andy Davies on 07850 781412 or email at andy.davies1@ btinternet.com


Kingswear Primary School 150 Year Anniversary


...and we are fundraising


for 150 more! As our wonderful school celebrates its 150th birthday this July we would like to use this opportunity to raise funds to improve the children’s play areas and keep this vibrant and loving school going for another 150 years! As a legacy to 150 years of the school, the


PTFA (Parents, Teachers & Friends Association) of Kingswear Primary is raising funds to give the children a new and exciting playground. There is not a lot of space to run and play around the school, but with a little creativity, we can build a fantastic space to meet all the children’s physical and social needs.


If you would like to support this project we would be so grateful! Just go to this link on our just giving page. Thank you!


Events for the current pupils are planned for the week beginning 5th


children will dress in Victorian costume and attend a church service to give them a feel for life in Victorian times. There will of course be a birthday party with cake too!


July with a Victorian school day, when the


www.justgiving.com/campaign/ kingswearprimaryturns150


Charity Registration No. 1098313


Follow the school on facebook for up to date news and events and to see what the children have been doing.


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