May 2010 issue

May 2010 By The Dart Front Cover

The following articles are just a selection of those that appeared in the May 2010 issue of By The Dart magazine (see cover opposite).

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Famous Sons & Daughters No.11: Robert Graves (1895 -1985). The acclaimed war poet and novelist spent several years living and working at Galmpton during tWW2 and some scholars have described this as one of his most prolific periods of writing. Read more

Local History

In February 2010 Marc took over the role of Dartmouth Station Commander after the retirement of Barry French who had served the town admirably for over thirty years. Read more


This May 28th (2010), Baxters in Foss St begins an exhibition entitled Full Circle featuring Dartmouth artist Simon Hart and gallery favourite Michael Turner who creates fish and sea creatures from metal. Read more

About D'mouth

From his home in Mount Boone, Bob Weedon has a mesmerising view of the mouth of the Dart. A powerful telescope helps him study every craft that comes into port - here is a man who knows boats. Read more


“I was thrilled and honoured to be asked to become patron of the Dart Music Festival right back at the beginning – it is the most superb event with a great atmosphere!" By The Dart interviews Ed Welch Read more

People 1 Comments

Tony Mulliken runs a PR agency in London but has close ties with Dartmouth. Read more


"The 'man over board' drill" News from the Dart Lifeboats by John Fenton Read more

Beaches & Sea