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The following are just a selection of the many hundreds of interviews published by By The Dart magazine. Click on 'View All Articles" to see a fuller list.

Alternatively, go to the 'People Index' under the "Living" tab for an alphabetical list of all interviews.

Dartmouth runs on volunteers. A phrase that’s often used in the town. There are many organisations, events and projects here that could not operate without the time and energy freely given by young and old throughout the community. more

People

Dartmouth runs on volunteers. A phrase that’s often used in the town. There are many organisations, events and projects here that could not operate without the time and energy freely given by young and old throughout the community. more

People

Dartmouth runs on volunteers. A phrase that’s often used in the town. There are many organisations, events and projects here that could not operate without the time and energy freely given by young and old throughout the community. more

People

Mark Simpson talks to the ubiquitous Dartmouth Illustator 10 years after he asked him to create the By the Dart logo. more

People

One of, and if not, Dartmouth’s oldest working residents (a mere 87) is Mr Attree from Lloyd Attree, who has just celebrated 60 years of business in Dartmouth. more

People

We asked 10 people what they like about Dartmouth and Kingswear, whether they live here, work here, or were just visiting for the day... more

About D'mouth

The new Chairman of the Dart Musc Festival more

People

A Lieutenant commander, RAF pilot, triathlete and wife of Captain of the BRNC more

People

Liz Hamilton has been at St Johns for 11 years. The latest Ofsted Report says she’s “not satisfied with anything less than the best” for her pupils. more

Living

Paul Girardot is relatively new to the job. He’s only been the head teacher for a year and says so far he’s ‘really enjoying it’. more

Living

Steph Woolvin went to meet John Donaldson, one of the 'Dartmouth Five' who still lives and paints in Blackawton. more

People

Steph Woolvin spoke to three people involved with the farming industry - from those in the field to those who help bring meat to the plate... more

People

Steph Woolvin spoke to three people involved with the farming industry - from those in the field to those who help bring meat to the plate... more

People

Steph Woolvin spoke to three people involved with the farming industry - from those in the field to those who help bring meat to the plate... more

People

Leader of Dartmouth Rock Choir more

People

Jason Nickels heads up the distilling process of Salcombe Gin. He oversees production on the impressive 450 litre copper pot still which can be seen at Salcombe Distilling Co’s distillery on Island Street in Salcombe. more

People

Fishing is a pivotal part of everyday life in Dartmouth. By The Dart magazine spoke to three people from the world of commercial fishing – someone who makes the gear, another that uses it and a man who sells the catch! Mike Cornish makes the pots! more

People

Fishing is a pivotal part of everyday life in Dartmouth. By The Dart magazine spoke to three people from the world of commercial fishing – someone who makes the gear, another that uses it and a man who sells the catch! Istvan sells the fish! more

People

Fishing is a pivotal part of everyday life in Dartmouth. By The Dart magazine spoke to three people from the world of commercial fishing – someone who makes the gear, another that uses it and a man who sells the catch! Sid Griffiths catches the fish! more

People

A year ago Rowcroft Hospice was pushed to the brink of closure. Now the charity, which helps people with life-limiting illnesses, is meeting its funding targets and has opened a new boutique shop in Dartmouth. more

People