Dartmouth, St Saviour's Church, The Old Door 1896

Dartmouth, St Saviour's Church, The Old Door 1896

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Memories of Dartmouth

Lovely Little Dartmouth, A Time Capsule

My uncle, Reginald, always called Dartmouth, "The Town That Time Forgot". And he meant that in a good way because Dartmouth was largely unchanged over the years and of course, as a result, is now quite ...Read full memory

Warfleet

I first came to Dartmouth in 1966 as a member of the Vancouver Boys Band. We were a 39 piece military style marching/concert band. All of us in the band fell in love with Dartmouth. We were hired to play for the Carnival in June and ...Read full memory

A memory of Dartmouth by Chris Best

Britannia Royal Naval College Dartmouth

I joined the College in Sep 1965 at the last moment so they were not really expecting me despite the fact MOD Navy told me to proceed. I was not a brilliant pupil, but ready to give it my all. I was ...Read full memory

Growing Up In Dartmouth

Hi my name is Dave Brock and I was born in 1942 in Dartmouth! Having done my schooling I joined the Army Cadets in my early teens and found music in the cadet band! We played at most of the carnivals in the area ...Read full memory

A memory of Dartmouth by Dave Brock

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History

Despite the prominent date of 1631 in the centre of this door, the glorious ironwork depicting lions and trees is thought to date from the 13th century; the later date is probably that of a repair. The door now stands in the south porch.