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Saturday, May 25, 2013
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A village charity scarecrow trail has been left with a bit of a mystery – who stole Cinders the blow-up doll?
read on...THE mystery campaigner who illegally distributed leaflets denouncing the Conservative party in the run up to the Devon County Council elections has been caught.
Work began this week on repairing Dartmouth’s main public slipway which is vitally important to all the town’s boating clubs, marine businesses and the lifeboat. read on...
Dartmouth is commemorating the 70th anniversary of the climax of the Battle of Atlantic, with prayers of thanksgiving during a church service on Sunday. read on...
SALCOMBE and Kingsbridge are bucking the trend when it comes to the amount of empty shops on the high street. read on...
Variable light winds and an overcast sky was the dominant feature of the afternoon racing at Salcombe Yacht Club on May 19.
However, things are not going to get any easier... read on
South Brent U16s 3,
Dawlish United U16s 1
South Brent U16s triumph in the Pioneer League Plate final.
Manager Mike Murphy was given t... read on
The Bill Leat Cup used to be a sailing competition between the members of Royal Dart Yacht Club, Dartmouth Yacht Club and Dittisham Sailing Club.
DCL 1st XI
Sidmouth 301 for 6,
Cornwood 163 all out.
Sidmouth (20 points) beat Cornwood (5 points) by 138 runs
... read on
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