July 2015 issue

By The Dart magazine July 2015

Personal Finance - July 2015

"Pension Income: New Freedoms, but Read the Small Print " - Personal Finance by Ian Thomas of Pilot Financial Planning Read more

, Personal Finance

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. Read more


Rockfish has a new addition to its family of fish and chip restaurants, recently opened at Brixham’s harbour. By The Dart’s publisher Mark Simpson caught up with Mitch Tonks just before the big opening. Read more


"The general public is more ambitious in the jobs they take on. They’ve seen how to from books, TV programmes or stuff on the internet. I can show them the tools they need." Read more


Ruth Simpson caught up with Simon Akeroyd, the new head gardener of the Riviera portfolio of National Trust properties in the potting shed at Coleton Fishacre on a particularly wet and windy day in June. Read more


"I've always worked with people and like talking to them while driving. I can rabbit on for hours!" Read more


"I've travelled in Europe and further afield including Egypt, Nepal, China, Burma, Peru and Bolivia while I was working and have to say the townscape of Dartmouth is pretty special" Read more


Gina currently works with Mitch Tonks organising events at the Seahorse and Rockfish. Here she tells By the Dart a little about her life which so far has included dancing with Freddie Mercury and driving through the Sahara. Read more


Family Favourites - July 2015 - Local Beaches to have fun with the kids Read more

Family Activities

Property View - July 2015

A record uplift in sales - Property View by Richard Blake, Local Estate Agent Read more

Property View, By Richard Blake, local estate agent