Molton Monthly July 2022

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Platinum Jubilee souvenir edition

July 2022 Jubilant! Your Platinum Jubilee in pictures


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Molton Monthly - July 2022 Welcome to the July edition of Molton Monthly. This month we bring you nine pages documenting your photos of the Queen’s historic Platinum Jubilee celebrations from communities around our area - plus a special portrait of Queen Elizabeth commissioned to mark her 70 year reign. The cover photo by Sophie Townsend captures the joy of people coming together, showing the group who hand stitched 70 bunting flags displayed in North Molton. Did you see the Devon Flag being waved among the massive crowds on the Mall during the Platinum Party at the Palace? It was a fitting tribute on Devon Day, June 4th.

What’s Inside - July

The lighting of beacons were a symbol of a great jubilee for our monarch above is Anstey on Exmoor pictured by Catherine Candish. And finally this month, congratulations to South Molton’s Aramis Rugby who have won a contract to supply equipment for the 2023 world cup in France! As always, please shop local and stay safe Peter Robinson, Editor & publisher Molton Monthly is also published free to read on our website moltonmonthly.co.uk and we have daily news updates on Facebook and Instagram @MoltonMonthly

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Photo of the month South Molton rugby world cup deal What’s on The Platinum Jubilee in photos

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July gardening tips Health & Wellbeing Farm Life - the shows go on! Plastic free Exmoor Community News Schools and Learning Index of Advertisers Local Information

South Molton Business Association is open to anyone running or planning to start a business in South Molton and the surrounding 32 parishes. SMBA - ‘promoting investment & growth in the community’. Please visit smba.info to find out more about the benefits of joining us.

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Doe, a deer

by James Verney

New life is born on Exmoor. James Verney captured this intimate and rare moment of beauty for our July photo of the month, with a roe deer giving her fawn a wash. James works as the maintenance manager for the Woolhanger Estate in the heart of Exmoor. “I am a keen wildlife photographer and I love to photograph the animals and birds in our local area,” James told Molton Monthly. “On my way home from work recently I spotted the roe deer with its twin fawns, but didn’t manage to get any photos. I returned early the next morning, and luckily she was in a similar location and I managed to capture this image.” You can follow James on Instagram: @verney.james

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Whether it’s wildlife like this, a landscape, nature, rural life, sports, special events, a local character or something else - please keep emailing us your pictures. We usually only feature one each month in the magazine, but show more on our Instagram and Facebook pages: @MoltonMonthly Please mention Molton Monthly when contacting advertisers

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Rugby World Cup deal for South Molton’s Aramis

The official announcement at the House of Commons on June 13th took place with politicans and former rugby stars, along with some of the training equipment made in South Molton

Aramis Rugby, a family run business based in South Molton, has been appointed as ‘Official Supporter’ of the Rugby World Cup being staged in France next year. Aramis will provide training, grounds and fitness equipment to the 20 participating teams at the Rugby World Cup 2023, including the world’s most advanced digital analytical scrum machines. Vikas Mahajan (above right with wife Roshni), founder and CEO of Aramis Rugby, said, “Being named as Official Supporter for the 2023 rugby world cup is the biggest milestone to date for our company, and one that we are hugely proud to achieve.” Former England international Will Greenwood (4th left in photo) added, “Innovations like this from Aramis will help players and coaches reach the next level of performance on the biggest stage in rugby.”

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What’s On - July 2022

Please contact event organisers before attending, as details are subject to change

1st - 8pm First Friday Jazz featuring Martin Dale Quartet at Swimbridge Jubilee Hall (advert page 14) 1st & 2nd - 7.30am Devon County Show at Westpoint Exeter: devoncountyshow.co.uk 2nd - 10am Coffee morning at South Molton Parish Church (St Mary Magadalene) 2nd to 16th - 9.30am ‘Art Arc’ British nature exhibition featuring South Molton Artists, at Quince Honey Farm’s Nectary Restaurant (free to enter) ends at 5pm daily (advert page 13) 2nd - 2pm South Molton Football Club Juniors summer party, entry £5 with wristband from the club 3rd - 10am South Molton Flea Market at the Pannier Market 7th - 12 noon ‘Recoriano’ with Joanna Preston (recorders) and Tom Bayliss (harpsichord) at South Molton Parish Church - tea, coffee and biscuits available; free admission with a retiring collection 8th - 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) Chulmleigh Rural Cinema presents ‘The Duke’ (12) - tickets £5 or £4.50 members, refreshments available, screening at Chulmleigh Pavilion 12th - 10am South Molton u3a coffee morning at Filleigh Village Hall; guest Exmoor Search and Rescue 13th - 10am Recruitment, advice and wellbeing fair at Barnstaple Pannier Market (advert page 15) 16th - 11am Devon Cruisers official car run through South Molton stopping at Central Car Park 17th - 10am Salvage Fair at South Molton Pannier Market 17th - 10.30am Devon Cruisers 4th Annual Wheels Weekender at Riverside Caravan Park, South Molton 23rd - 9am Mid Devon Show at Knightshayes, Chettiscombe, Tiverton EX16 7PP (see Farm Life page 38) 24th - 10am Summer Festival of Food and Drink at South Molton Pannier Market 24th - 10am Exmoor Fair at Allerford Village Hall (ends 4pm) 26th to 31st - Chulmleigh Old Fair, for a programme of events and information see page 12 30th - 1pm Chittlehamholt Village Show, dog show & sports: chittlehamholtshop.blogspot.com (ad p14) Tuesdays - 7.45pm Whist Drive at Chittlehampton Village Hall Thursdays & Saturdays - 8.30am market day at South Molton Pannier Market Text only what’s on listings are free, deadline 12th each month, display adverts may carry a charge

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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in photos Pages 20 -28

North Molton’s bunting makers Photo by Sophie Townsend

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 70 year reign with Platinum Jubilee events from June 2nd to 5th 2022. The following nine pages feature your photos from across North Devon.

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Photo courtesy Ranald Mackechnie/The Royal Family

A new portrait of The Queen was released to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee. The photograph was taken by Ranald Mackechnie at Windsor Castle on May 25th 2022. Captured in the background are the castle’s Round Tower, and the statue of King Charles II which stands in the Quadrangle of the castle.

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North Molton

Big crowds at the North Molton beacon lighting on June 2nd (above) photo by Claire Barron; royal racing at the family fun day at North Molton Sports Club (left) photo by Innes Milne; dog show champion Jen Jen (right) who is a rescue and assistance dog owned by Jenny Needham - judged by Liz Bulled

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George & Queens Nympton

Coronation Chicken lunch (top), the youngest parish members (centre), Gary Herniman and Eileen Vodden - Gary was born in the old post office in the village (below), with the Queen’s Canopy tree planted by Steve & Jane Howe Photos by Trudy Herniman

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Kings Nympton

Tea party (top left); Jay’s Cottage winner of best decorated house (bottom left); Clare Turner from Kings Nympton Parish Hall cutting the jubilee cake with baker Carly Cook - photos by Martin Pailthorpe

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Chulmleigh

Bring and share street party and games for all in Chulmleigh - photos by Diana Sweeney

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South Molton

A replica Spitfire wowed visitors to South Molton Pannier Market; vintage trio The Humminbirds performed on stage in The Square; parade to the parish church (inset) - South Molton photos Karolina Andreasova

Alswear & Mariansleigh

Platinum Jubilee tea party in the sunshine at Oxham Hall on June 2nd - photo by Gill Haynes

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Photo: Arts Destination South Molton South Molton Mayor Stephen Lock (above) thanked everyone for making the town’s jubilee celebrations a success

The Red Arrows flew over twice; South Molton Town Band played a concert; Lady Arran opened the jubilee celebrations in the Pannier Market

Chittlehampton

Nan & Ken Peters sharing a kiss, after lighting Chittlehampton’s Platinum Jubilee beacon. They met 70 years ago at the lighting of the Queen’s Coronation beacon, when Nan was 13 photo by Paul Mead Please mention Molton Monthly when contacting advertisers

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East & West Buckland

Shirley Parker (left) cutting the jubilee cake she baked for the tea party at West Buckland Village Hall (below), and some of the volunteer team Chris Lloyd, Cassy Steel, Gail Barker and Gill Buckley (above) - photos by Sue Sunderland

Atherleigh & Umberleigh

On song at Atherington Children’s Playing Field celebrations, and Geoff Shallcross selling raffle tickets at Umberleigh Village Hall’s big breakfast

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Jobs to do in July 1. Deadhead bedding plants and repeat flowering perennials. It keeps them looking attractive and if you stop them going to seed, they will produce more flowers. 2. Prune June flowering shrubs such as Philadelphus and Weigela after flowering. Prune deciduous Magnolias if necessary. 3. Ensure newly planted trees and shrubs do not dry out. They often need much more water than people imagine. 4. Remove dead foliage and blooms from waterlilies and other aquatic plants. Cut back any marginal plants that are getting out of hand. 5. Blackbirds, thrushes, house sparrows, greenfinches and goldfinches often nest as late as August, so avoid trimming hedges until the last of this season’s birds have left their nests. By July most of you have planted all your pots and borders and can now enjoy all the hard work you put in during May and June. So finally, things start winding down at the nursery this month. We now begin to think ahead to next year, placing orders for next spring’s patio plants and purchasing shrubs and perennials to pot up over the winter. Until next month, Jenny Howells

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Photo: Guy Harrop

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Farm Life - show season by Roger Hill

It’s showtime again. No not Ed Sheeran, ABBA or Coldplay but agricultural shows! We start with the Devon County Show and then on to the ‘one-dayers’ in both Mid and North Devon. My local Mid Devon Show is raring to go without the constraints of previous years (see what’s on listings page 11). When we began in 1994 we had five main aims: To bring town and country together; to encourage local competition within livestock, machinery, crafts, flowers etc - also between societies such as pony club, Women’s Institute and Young Farmers; to provide a platform for producers to market their food, drink, hobbies and skills; to educate through demonstrations both practical and theoretical; to entertain the whole family with music, dance, games and main ring events from the sublime to the ridiculous. On reflection though, I must add another factor that epitomises the show season. It is the social contact of just being able to meet up with family and friends and the mental stability and wellbeing that it provides. Sometimes we are lucky enough to have Royal visitors although this year, after the hectic Platinum Jubilee celebrations, I believe they are stepping back and taking Saturdays off! Shows are certainly ‘red letter days’ on the countryside calendar. ‘Til next time, Roger #TuppertheTractor (website: quoit-at-cross.co.uk)

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Local livestock are at the heart of the show

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Plastic free Exmoor Exmoor has become the first National Park in Britain to be awarded ‘Plastic Free Community’ status. It recognises ongoing efforts by businesses and communities to turn Exmoor into a plastic free hotspot, and help reduce the impact of single-use plastic on the environment. Peter Hoyland, who works at the park’s Dunster visitor centre, has been coordinating the initiative and says support has been tremendous, “We now have a network of more than forty businesses and organisations across Exmoor committed to reducing and removing our reliance on single use plastic. They are also helping us to spread the plastic free message to others in the local community and people visiting our beautiful national park.”

Exmoor businesses displaying plastic free signs

Peter added, “Exmoor’s journey towards eliminating single use plastic has only just begun, and we now need more local businesses and groups to get involved.” To find out more email: plasticfreeexmoor@gmail.com Molton Monthly is a North Devon Biosphere Business Partner helping to promote sustainability where we live and work.

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Community News pages 50-54 Link Road work latest Local people have been expressing their concern about the perceived lack of progress with the A361 upgrade works, especially with the diversion needed at the Borners Bridge junction between North and South Molton. The £63 million project is scheduled to be finished in December 2023. Lynda Sudlow, the public liaison officer for the construction company Griffiths, sent Molton Monthly the following update: “The works to date have avoided environmentally sensitive areas. Dormice being present along the intended route has substantially restricted works, and any works within a water course has been restricted by legal constraints between the first week in

Borners Bridge junction - photo by Peter Robinson

June and the end of September because of spawning fish.” “The site looks rather barren without the trees and stumps, also soil forming materials are currently being removed and pre-earthwork drainage ditches are being constructed.” “So now we are moving into a more intense period over the summer with earthworks and the construction of culvert extension structures across the site.” “One section to note is the construction of the new Landkey junction Roundabout, which is an area that will be prioritised.” “We will also be carrying out a lot of work at the Borners Bridge junction at South Molton, initially extending the culvert that will then allow earthworks and carriageway works to form a new elongated roundabout junction.” “We will continue to update the local press with progress on the scheme, and we wish to thank all the local communities for their continued patience and understanding.” You can find the latest information on the Griffiths website: community.alungriffiths. co.uk/projects-in-your-area/north-devonlink-road/

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Rally returns to South Molton It was full steam ahead for the South Molton Vintage Rally, despite the best efforts of the weather, over the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend of June 4th and 5th. Because of Covid-19 restrictions, it’s the first time the popular event could be held for more than two years. It raises thousands of pounds for local charities and good causes. “Thank you to everyone who contributed to the 2022 South Molton Vintage Rally, and most especially the Govier family at Great Hele Barton who allowed their land to be transformed into a rally site and car park,” said Linda Regan from SMVRC. “There are very many people that generously gave assistance advice and time to prepare

Vintage tractor parade - photo by George Tyacke

and present the two day event - pulling together and working as a team enabled the rally to happen.” “A very big THANK YOU to all of the exhibitors who brought their engines and machines to display and parade; to all of you that came through the pay gate to the show, this made all of the efforts worthwhile, and to everyone who bought draw tickets before and during the rally weekend.”

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Blooming fantastic! Young Noah Trevena (right) has brought flower power to South Molton Community Hospital, in tribute to his nan Pat Lock - who has retired after 33 years working there as a Patient Services Assistant. His colourful planter is part of the South Molton in Bloom entry, and the eight year old will be a guest of honour at the judging which takes place in the town on July 11th. He already has his own family business ‘Noah’s Perfect Plants’ and regularly raises money for charity with his flower sales. Noah’s nan Pat (right with red hat), recently had a dream come true when she was invited to a royal garden party at Buckingham Palace in honour of her long service at the community hospital.

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Chulmleigh Old Fair royalty The old charter fair in Chulmleigh, that has taken place every year since 1253, will run between July 26th and July 31st (see page 12 for programme of events, advert space donated by Molton Monthly). The event royalty has been appointed (pictured right): Fair Queen - Harriet Peacock; Attendants - Milly Gibbings & Hollie Hill; Crown Bearer - Esmee Cleverdon; Chief Herald - Leo Mosley; Heralds - Ethan Suker & David Peacock. The fair theme is the 1950s - dress up and imagine yourself back in the era of the Queen’s Coronation. There will be special emphasis on the Wednesday craft market and the Saturday parade and fancy dress competition, with prizes for the best dressed.

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Celebrating heritage A Heritage Crafts Day was held at South Molton Pannier Market on June 3rd as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Run by Arts Destination South Molton, it was opened by Lady Arran and featured a wide range of local arts and crafts displays and demonstrations. The organisers thank South Molton Town Council, Devon Community Foundation and Arts Council England for supporting the event.

Among the activites were weaving and clay workshops - photos by Karolina Andreasova

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Index of advertisers Accounts & Bookkeeping Philip Milton p59 Agricultural Services Bobcat Hire p39 Jack Croft Contractors p38 Andrew Symons p39 Tarka Trax p30 Appliance Repairs Don Bailey p59 Business Services South Molton Business Association p3 Building Services & Supplies Bobcat Hire p39 Darren White p30 Hotworks Engineering p51 Nick Ager Haulage p7 RGB front cover Sheds4You - back cover Care Homes/Social Care Dementia Support Trust p5 Filo Project p36 Charity collections The Furniture Store p54 Cleaning Oven Wizards p48 Computing/Internet/Websites Airband Broadband p37 CBM p40 PC Geek p55 Decorating Plastering Tiling CRD Decorating p27 Highland Artexing p41 DIY Materials Nick Ager Haulage p7 RGB front cover Electricians Chris Thorne p49 T. W. Electrical p52 Engineering Hotworks Engineering p51 Estate Agents Michael Adey Property p29 Financial Services Lendology CIC p56 Philip Milton p59 Town & Country p32/33 Flooring Homechoose Carpets p40 Food & Drink Real Ale Girls p55 Wiltshire Farm Foods p46 Fuel Supplies Winson Fuels p28 Funeral Services Friendship & Son p58 H N Blackmore & Sons p44

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Furniture The Furniture Store p54 Garage Services Custom Valets p53 Motorworks p4 TGB Automotive p24 TGB Car Keys p49 Gardens & Landscaping Andrew Symons p39 Ash Moor Nursery p31 Darren White p30 Four Seasons p30 Sheds4You - back cover Tarka Trax Ltd p30 Timber Lads tree surgery p30 Haulage & Transport Nick Ager Haulage p7 Health & Wellbeing Ear Wax Nurse p35 Electrolysis Solutions p52 Slimming World p35 Step Ahead p34 Home Maintenance & Improvements Care4Bathrooms p50 Darren Smallbone p55 Energise Leisure p5 Exmoor Fascias p41 Finishing Touches p22 Garolla Garage Doors p56 Homechoose Carpets p40 Kitchen Exchange p46 Living Needs Home Solutions p45 Mitchell & Dickinson p2 RGB front cover Sheds4You - back cover Stove Centre p48 Variety Building & Landscapes p58 Insurance Services Town & Country p32/33 Internet providers Airband p37 Jobs Recruitment and advice fair p15 Locksmiths Darren Smallbone p55 Metalwork Industrial Coating Supplies p40 Music First Friday Jazz p14 Opticians Atlantic Home Eyecare p34 South Molton Eyecare p20 Plumbing & Heating Jad Mottram p45 Mark Berry p53 MS Plumbing p40

Printing & Design Services Blue Orange Signs p57 Property (also see Estate Agents) Lendology CIC p56 Marsdens Devon Cottages p42 Michael Adey Property p29 Pubs & Restaurants Bell Inn p10 Castle Inn p18 Exmoor Riverside p16 Grove Inn p9 Poltimore Inn p19 Quince Honey Farm p13 Red Lion p19 Royal Oak p17 Schools & Learning Chittlehampton School p60 Kings Nympton School p61 North Molton School p60 South Molton Library p14 West Buckland School Foundation p43 West Buckland School p61 Solicitors & Legal Services Davies & Partners p59 Sports & activities Achieve4All p11 South Molton Swimming Pool p25 Storage Snell Self Storage p8 Ucanstore p41 Swimming Pools & Hot Tubs Energise Leisure p5 Telephone Engineers CBM p40 Tourism Exmoor Riverside camping p16 Marsdens Devon Cottages p42 North Devon Hawk Walks p47 Quince Honey Farm P13 Training RE Consultancy & Training p44 TV Services CBM p40 Clearview TV p41 Vehicle Hire Forent South Molton Van Hire p26 Taw & Torridge Vehicle Hire p57 Venue Hire Filleigh Village Hall p23 Windows ATA Windows back cover Darren Smallbone p55 Exmoor Fascias p41 Mitchell & Dickinson p2

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Utility Services - emergencies South West Water 0344 346 2020 Western Power 105 or 0800 678 3105 British Gas 0800 111 999 Local Community Services Devon & Cornwall Police 101 (non emergency) 999 (emergency) Citizen’s Advice Bureau 03444 111 444 South Molton Town Council/Tourist Info 01769 572501 South Molton Library 01769 572128 Swimming Pool 01769 572522 Children’s Centre 03300 415 493 Learn Devon 0345 155 1014 Go North Devon including: North Devon Ring & Ride/Shopmobility 01271 328866 Age UK Devon 0333 241 2340 South Molton Volunteer Bureau 01769 573167 The Rotary Club of South Molton 01769 574109

Health Centres & Hospitals South Molton Medical Centre 01769 573101 Chulmleigh 01769 580295 NHS Direct 111 (non emergency) North Devon District Hospital 01271 322577 South Molton Community Hospital 01769 572164 Churches Parish Church - St Mary Magdalene 01769 572079 Catholic Church of St Joseph 01271 343312 Community of Our Lady & St. Benedict 07851 187335 Baptist Church 01769 574365 Gospel Hall 01769 572908 Methodist Church 01769 571646 One Way Community Church 01769 572786 Quakers 01271 344203 To minimise the environmental impact of this magazine, Molton Monthly is printed using solar energy in the West Country using vegetable based inks on uncoated sustainable paper. All content © Molton Monthly

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