Month: December 2018

New Years Eve – What you gonna do!?

Here’s a handy rundown of all that’s going on in town on the big night! The Dartmouth Inn Jai Rocks New Years Eve Party – Starts at 8pm, Entry is a fiver and you cant get in after 11pm – Details Here. The Albert Inn Beci’s Band The evening is open all night and entry…

Martin Harley’s Captivating Blues

Astounding! Martin Harley and his authentic, soulful blues were surely an experience to remember at The Barrel House on Saturday 8th December. The crowd, seemingly in awe of his talent, Harley possessing the power to both captivate an audience and make them go wild with adoration and excitement, as his increasing passion and mastery of…

Totnes Jazz Workshop

The legendary Jazz trumpeter Dave Holdsworth has been supporting the Totnes Jazz Workshop for years and has finally decided it’s time to concentrate fully on his new project ‘Dave Holdsworth’s New Brew’ following the release of his acclaimed latest album, ‘Wodgi‘. Dave has been playing Jazz in many forms since the 1960’s and is a…

Universal Credit and Labour’s local campaign

I am writing this as a member of Totnes Labour Party’s Disability and Benefits Working Group, which was formed in response to the proposed roll out of Universal Credit in this area from September 2018. The Working Group met with Sarah Wollaston in July to ask her to request a pause in the rollout until…

Homelessness, Begging & Drugs

Over the last 50 years, drugs, always illegal, have moved from the groovy colourful 1960’s, through the grungy 1990’s to blissed out 2000’s rave scene, through to now. An underground criminal industrial underbelly that polite society would rather ignore? There have been increasing concerns over the drug culture here and as part of a Totnes…