November 2010 issue

November 2010 The Dart Front Cover

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

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Two years ago Peter Coxon, who lives in Dittisham, skippered a crew across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and then enjoyed a three month sabbatical from his job to sail around the islands. Read more

Beaches & Sea

If you dig deep, Dartmouth has an interesting sporting history. In his booklet “Sports People of Dartmouth”, Alan Coles, the late editor and proprietor of the Dartmouth Chronicle (1962-68), wrote about some of the outstanding personalities and events Read more

Celebrating the 25th anniversary this year of Youth Work in Dartmouth Matt Pink, Youth Service Leader for Dartmouth and Kingsbridge, intends to mark the occasion because he feels it is important to recognise the work that has been done. Read more

Clubs & Societies

Famous Sons & Daughters No.17: Arthur Howe Holdsworth (1780–1860). With his architectural expertise, his inventor’s mind and his desire to lead, he changed the landscape of Dartmouth forever. Read more

Local History

By The Dart catch up with Chris Ruddlesden and Jean Brittain, chairman and committee member, Dartmouth Friends of Rowcroft Hospice. Read more

Clubs & Societies

During the opening weeks of 1944, Slapton Sands and area became the scene of great activity as Allied troops trained for the D-Day landings. Read more