BradworthyA Selection of News Articles Related to Bradworthy

  • 1 Plans and conditions of sale of the Berridon Estate

    A capital freehold sporting estate consisting of a substantially built gentlemens residence

  • 2 Bradworthy beagles to get their new kennels

    Alan Oke, master of Bradworthy beagles get their new kennels

  • 3 Plans for more small units at Bradworthy

    Mr Tom Frankland, Torridge Council's Chief Executive sid third phase was already in pipeline.

  • 4 Ombudsman hears of barking beagles

    Mr John Cockram and wife have been at loggerheads with Torridge District Council

  • 5

    20 February 1959

  • 6 Opened by Clement Freud

    30 March 1973

  • 7 Mr Heard weds Miss Redwood

    11 March 1955

  • 8

    11 May 1918

  • 9

    18 June 1918

  • 10

    14 May 1918

  • 11 Member of the British Empire (MBE)

    4 January 1974

  • 12 Dogs' lives at risk, inquiry told

    Mr Reginald Oke appeals against permanent planning permission. Mr James Rowland handed petition. Mr Cockram complains of non stop yelping

  • 13 No action against Bradworthy Man

    Torridge D C decided not to serve enforcement notice to Colin Guard

  • Plans and conditions of sale of the Berridon Estate

    A capital freehold sporting estate consisting of a substantially built gentlemens residence

    The Berridon Estate

    Plan and Conditions of Sale of the Berridon Estate

    Auctioneer: Mr R Lashton, Bradworthy
    Land Agents & Surveyors: Messrs Groves-Cooper, Stapledon and Powell, Bideford
    Solicitors: Messrs King & Hughes, Maidstone

    Note - Vacant possession of each Lot will be given at Lady-day next.
    Lot 1 - A capital Freehold Sporting Estate consisting of a substantially-built stone and slated gentleman's residence, known as Berridon Hall
    standing on a gentle elevation in the centre of the Estate, very healthily situated about 600 feet above the sea level, and having a southern aspect and pleasant views, with Berridon Farm and 27A

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  • Bradworthy beagles to get their new kennels

    Alan Oke, master of Bradworthy beagles get their new kennels

    Bradworthy Beagles to get their new kennels 19th June 1981

    Bradworthy beaglesMr Alan Oke, master of the Bradworthy Beagles was 'over the moon' that his 20 beagle couples and puppies will not have to be destroyed.Decision by Torridge Council's Plans Committee.

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  • Plans for more small units at Bradworthy

    Mr Tom Frankland, Torridge Council's Chief Executive sid third phase was already in pipeline.

    Moves to extend the industrial development estate at Bradworthy with the emphasis mainly on small workshop units are now in progress.

    plan for small unitsMoves to extend the industrial development estate at Bradworthy with the emphasis mainly on small workshop units are now in progress.

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  • Ombudsman hears of barking beagles

    Mr John Cockram and wife have been at loggerheads with Torridge District Council

    Ombudsman hears of barking beagles 2nd May 1980

    ombudsman hears of barking beagles

    An elderly Bradworthy couple have won a 10 month campaign to get the Ombudsman to investigate why a neighbour of theirs is being allowed to kennel 31 beagles.  Mr John Cockram and wife Gladys,who live at Bradworthy Mill, have been at loggerheads with Torridge District Council.

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  • 20 February 1959

    Bride Former Secretary of Bradworthy YFC

    20.2.1959 Wooldridge Honey wedding

    Miss Jean May Wooldridge, former secretary of Bradworthy Young Farmers Club and secretary of Bradworthy Young Conservatives, was married on Wednesday of last week to Mr Donald Henry Honey, younger son of Mr and Mrs M Honey, of Oliver House, Parkham. The bride is the elder daughter of Mr and Mrs E J Wooldridge of Higher Cholaton, Abbots Bickington.
    The Rev Alfred Olds of Shebbear officiated at the service at Bulkworthy Methodist Church and the bride’s aunt, Mrs R Moore of Alverdiscott was organist. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mary Wooldridge

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  • Opened by Clement Freud

    30 March 1973

    We are now pleased to announce the menus to be created for you by Clement Freud at the opening of the restaurant

    April 7 & 8

    30.3.1973 Berridon Restaurant Bradworthy

    Saturday & Sunday evenings 8.15 for 8.30pm
    Home made game pate
    Watercress soup
    Salmon in champagne sauce
    Chicken tarragon, with new potatoes
    Cucumber salad Provencal tomatoes
    Crème de Menthe waterice
    Walnut cheese
    Coffee

    Sunday Luncheon 1pm
    Buttered shrimps with home made brown bread or
    Prawn cocktail or consommé
    Crown of lamb, new potatoes, petit pois
    Buttered French beans
    Fresh strawberry trifle
    Cheese
    Coffee

    Wines recommended by Clement Freud to complement this meal will be

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  • Mr Heard weds Miss Redwood

    11 March 1955

    The wedding has taken place at Bradworthy Methodist Church of Miss Doreen Joyce Redwood, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Leslie John Redwood of Forda, Bradworthy, and Mr David Gordon Heard, second son of Mr and Mrs William Lewis Heard, of The Garage, Hartland. 

    11.3.1955 Redwood Heard wedding

    The Rev Herbert G White officiated and Mrs H J Wickett was the organist. The best man was Mr Peter Heard, brother of the bridegroom. Mr Horace Redwood, brother of the bride, was the usher. As the bride left the Church she was presented with silver horseshoes by her two-year-old sister, Margaret, and Gerald, youngest brother of

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  • 11 May 1918

    Bradworthy

    11.5.1918 Bradworthy World War 1

    Mr John Bromwell's son, Samuel, Mr L Trewin's son, Stephen, and Pte S Chidley are prisoners of war. They have all written home saying that they are all right. Mr W Bromwell's son, William, has had a bullet wound in the shoulder, in France, and is back for the time in England. 

    Gazette article dated 11 May 1918

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  • 18 June 1918

    Bradworthy

    18.6.1918 Bradworthy


    The Wesleyan Sunday School anniversary blessed by glorious weather, proved to be an unqualified success.
    On Sunday, Rev P Collier gave excellent sermons. There are many regrets at the possibility of his leaving this circuit at the next Conference. The singing was hearty and the collections good.

    Gazette article dated 18 June 1918

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  • 14 May 1918

    Bradworthy

    14.5.1918 Bradworthy World War 1

    There has been a splendid response in this parish in reference to the increased acreage of potatoes.

    A good many more acres of oats than of barley have been sown in this parish, and the work is still going on. Bradworthy has long been noted for its good samples of oats. 

    Gazette article dated 14 May 1918

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  • Member of the British Empire (MBE)

    4 January 1974

    Bradworthy farmer Mr Richard Pomeroy, an Old Boy of Bideford Grammar School, was awarded the MBE in the New Year’s Honours list.

    4.1.1974 Bradworthy Pomeroy

    Aged 57, he lives at Great Dinworthy, Bradworthy, and has been a regional member of the Western Counties Milk Marketing Board for some years. He is a former chairman of Devon NFU and when elected was the youngest farmer to fill this position. Starting with a smallholding at Highampton, he now runs a 400 acre dairy farm with his son Alan.
    The full Gazette article is dated 4 January 1974.

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  • Dogs' lives at risk, inquiry told

    Mr Reginald Oke appeals against permanent planning permission. Mr James Rowland handed petition. Mr Cockram complains of non stop yelping

    Dogs lives at risk inquiry told 13th March 1981

    dogs lives at risk, inquiry toldMr Reginald Oke in his appeal against Torridge District Council's refusal to give him permanent planning permission to keep private kennels and excercise yard at Brutons, Bradworthy, a Department of Environment inquiry at Holsworthy was told.  Mr James Rowland had supporting petitions containing more than 1,300 signatures.  Mr Cockram and wife Gladys said the pack of beagles made life unbearable.

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  • No action against Bradworthy Man

    Torridge D C decided not to serve enforcement notice to Colin Guard

    No action again Bradworthy man 14th September 1979

    No action Bradworthy man

    Fears that Bradworthy Square could become a parking area for heavy lorries have prompted Torridge D.C. to take no action against an unauthorised haulage contractor's depot on the outskirts of the village.  It has been decided that enforcement notices should not be served on Mr Colin Guard, who is using his premises between Lew Farm and Lake Villa, off Bideford-Bradworthy road as a depot for his lorries since 1976 without planning permission.  Councillors agreed to serve an enforcement notice on Mr C W Gilbert, of Higher Gidcott, Milton Damerel for the demolition

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