A good question. Many think of the town as well past its sell-by date with Victorian and Edwardian buildings crumbling, hotels closing down and shops looking shabby. Superficially, this is true.
After a night of rain and storm, this morning was beautiful. The walk round the north side of Hillsborough revealed some atmospheric views as the sun struggled to break through the cloud.
The RNLI is hosting its Summer Splash at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe on Sunday 6th July 2008 from 1pm. There’ll be rescue demonstrations in and around Wildersmouth Bay plus fun and refreshments inside the Pavilion.
Probably never if you’ve always shopped at a supermarket, for their produce has to be chilled, stored or worse to preserve it from grower to distribution centre to articulated transporter to shop to shelf, which doesn’t leave a lot of time or room for fresh in its true sense.
When You’re Smiling, devised by Mike Bennett, is a bubbling summer mix of 1940s song, dance and comedy by Studio Theatre at the Landmark Pavilion, Ilfracombe.
I told you drama was coming and here it is . . .
. . . a production of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit performed by Studio Theatre at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe and in Berrynarbor and Woolacombe. An old theatrical favourite,
. . . soon