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May 2014 issue

By The Dart May 2014 front cover

Dartmouth-based Golf Pro, David Bown enjoyed a trip of a lifetime to the 2014 USA Golf Major more

Property View - May 2014

Gearing Up After Easter - Property view by Richard Blake, Local Estate Agent more

Property View, By Richard Blake, local estate agent

The latest issue of Dart Harbour's regular newsletter in By The Dart magazine to keep residents and boat owners up to date with news about what's going on around the harbour. more

Beaches & Sea

Garden Design - May 2014

You Got Rhythm, You Got Music? - Garden Design by Colette Charsley more

Colette Charsley

The Dartmouth Gardener - May 2014

"Jungle Boogie" - The Dartmouth Gardener by Alex Webster. more

The Dartmouth Gardener

Dartmouth and Kingswear are two towns defined, in many ways, by their relationship with the river Dart. more

Local History

Health & Beauty May 2014

Pleased to meet you - Health & Beauty by Rowena Kitchen more

Health & Beauty 2 Comments

Personal Finance - May 2014

"Are Annuities a Bad Deal?" - Personal Finance by Ian Thomas of Pilot Financial Planning more

Personal Finance

Legal Corner, May 2014 part 2

Put your Trust in a Trust - Legal Corner by Wollen Michelmore more

Legal Corner

Legal Corner, May 2014 part 1

Click here to accept the terms and conditions - Legal Corner by Wollen Michelmore more

Legal Corner

Kingswear and the Royal Dart Hotel were part of some of the Second World War’s most exciting and clandestine activities as the home of the 15th Gunboat Flotilla: HMS Cicala. more

Local History

Our personal fitness guide by Harry Fenton more

Walking & Outdoors

Family Favourites - May 2014. Buckfastleigh, Buckfast Butterflies and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary, Totnes Littlehempston Railway, Totnes Rare Breeds Farm, Dartmouth Steam Railway more

Family Activities

Born in Norwich, Francesca Johnson had to grow up quickly due to her family situation, but she didn’t let it get her down. more

People

Ella Chivers sits in the boardroom of Ribeye’s Dartmouth headquarters and looks relaxed and happy. She is in her third year as Marketing Director at the company started by her father Charles and seems to be relishing the challenge. more

People

Kevin Pyne – poet, boatman and community activist - is making wooden pins in his garage as we catch up and chat about his life. It’s a perfect illustration of the work ethic that has run throughout his life. more

People

Retiring after a long career in book publishing, Richard Webb looks back. more

People

“Since the BID vote, which showed a majority of business rate payers who voted to support our business plan, we’ve been working very hard,” says Paul Reach, Dartmouth BID chairman. more

People

Time to sort out the fishing tackle. Sigh. Do I really want to go through it all again? more

Around Kingswear - May 2014

Mike Trevorrow brings us the latest from Around Kingswear more

Around Kingswear