The Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta Committee, working closely with Dartmouth Town Council, Dartmouth Bell Ringers and with kind permission and assistance from Dart Harbour & Navigation Authority, will fire Minute Guns on Monday 19 September as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, our Royal Patron, moves from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch in London as part of Her State Funeral.
The Salute will be fired from mid-stream of the river starting at approximately 12.10pm for up to 50 minutes. The Guns will be best viewed from the area of the Boatfloat bridge.
There will be Guns and bells marking our Royal Patron’s final journey and commemorating Her Life, Service, and Duty. ... See MoreSee Less
A truly remarkable door at our beautiful Church of St Saviours in the centre of Dartmouth. We welcome all to visit and see it for yourselves!This extraordinary door at St Saviours Church, Dartmouth has been carbon-dated to 1361! The ironwork says 1631, but that’s the year it was repaired.
It's decorated with a remarkable example of medieval ironwork. You can see a Biblical 'Tree of Life' and a pair of leopards, a popular symbol in Plantagenet times. ... See MoreSee Less