Join us at Newton Abbot Racecourse on Monday 9th June for an afternoon of exciting summer jumps racing.
The fixture is the first 2-4-1 Monday of the season, where racegoers can enjoy two Paddock Enclosure tickets for the price of one when booked in advance. Tickets for this offer must be booked by 5pm on Monday 2nd June and can be bought at www.newtonabbotracing.com
Racing starts at 2:15pm and gates will open at 12:15pm.
Tickets at standard price can be bought by 5pm the day before the fixture. Tickets are priced at £18 for the Paddock Enclosure and £12 for the...
On 6 August, 6.30-9pm, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men will present their 10th Anniversary production of Romeo and Juliet at Bradley, near Newton Abbot.
The company’s founder and Creative Producer Mark Puddle said: ‘Romeo and Juliet is the play that people always want to see. Its eternal themes of love, honour and revenge still resonate with modern audiences. What could be more perfect for a summer’s evening than a classical telling of this immortal love story.’
Romeo and Juliet will be performed on Wednesday 6th August at 6.30pm.
Inline Kitchens in Newton Abbot took part in Rowcroft Hospice’s ‘Big Bake’ to help raise vital funds for this well deserving local charity. The showroom was a chatter with people coming to show their support and enjoy the atmosphere on the day.
The tea party was due to take place between 10am-1pm at their showroom opposite the Clock Tower in Newton Abbot, however the last guests arrived at 3.30pm. For a suggested donation guests were offered a tea, coffee or soft drink together with a sweet treat.
The cake stop in Newton Abbot are kindly donating some of their delicious...
A man who killed his crying baby by throwing him into his cot has been jailed at Exeter Crown Court yesterday. Matthew Wickens, 24, was jailed for six years and five months after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of his son, Riley Gardener.
Matthew Wickens, from Newton Abbot, admitted that he had shook Riley and slammed him down in his cot when he could not get the crying baby to settle , in November 2012.
Post-mortem examinations on Riley's body showed that he suffered massive head injuries associated with non-accidental shaking injuries.