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Passage Inn at Topsham ([1955?])

A welcome to Bow from F.W.Coombs, chairman of the twinning committee, left, for the Mayor of St.Marie de Beinfaite, Normandy, Jacque Allaume, who arrived with a delegation for exploratory twinning ... (1977)

The sorting and counting department at Devon Valley Paper Mill, Bradninch. 16.6.61 (1961)

One thousand years of Chudleigh exhibition. 16.7.76 (1976)

Marines rowing a Portuguese fishing boat from Exeter Maritime Museum. 13.9.74 (1974)

The Dalwood team at the Kentisbeare tog of war. 18.8.75 (1975)

Giant water wheel at Dawlish. 19.3.53 (1953)

The chairman of Bampton's 'Britain in Bloom' committee, Muriel Cox, with the award for Britain's top floral village. 22.10.76 (1976)

GPO staff and WVS members at work in a special postal sorting office set up in Newton Abbot to handle relief parcels bound for the victims of the Lynton flood disaster (1952)

A. Vincent Bibbings

Water wheel exhibit at Tiverton Museum. 30.4.76 (1976)

Cromwell's Arch, Bovey Tracey, Devon ([1955?])

Cyril E. Wrayford

Torrington Common ([1955?])

The new Exeter Bus and Coach Station, July 1964 (1964)

Hebron Gospel Church, Cullompton. 9.2.68 (1968)

Withycombe House, Exmouth, opened by Dr.A.F.Alford, senior medical officer, Ministry of Education, on Monday February 7th. 1955 (1955)

Puddicombe, W. Alexander

The chairman of Tiverton District Council, E.H.Pennington, unveils a plaque to formally open Crediton's new Lords Meadow Sports Centre. 6.8.76 (1976)

Heightening the footbridge over Exeter Bypass. 15.4.76 (1976)

The opening of Tiverton Museum. 12.3.76 (1976)

The new Exeter City Police headquarters, Heavitree Road, Exeter. 26.2.60 (1960)

Public hall, Budleigh Salterton. 9.8.63 (1963)

Torrington Common ([1955?])

Repairing Chudleigh weir. ([1960?])

H.R Rivers

Heightening the footbridge over Exeter Bypass. 12.4.76 (1976)

The Culm Valley team at the Kentisbeare tog of war. 18.8.75 (1975)

Opening of the new Teignmouth sea wall. 9.6.77 (1977)

The chairman of Bampton's 'Britain in Bloom' committee, Muriel Cox, with the award for Britain's top floral village. 22.10.76 (1976)

Workers leaving the Heathcoat factory in Tiverton. 6.3.64 (1964)

Opening of the new physiotherapy department at Budleigh Salterton Hospital. 6.3.64 (1964)

The pebble ridge at Westward Ho! breached by heavy seas and high winds for the third time in six months. 7.2.75 (1975)

Tony Freeman

Shops on the former cinema site at Sidmouth. 23.6.62 (1962)

Umberleigh ([1955?])

Puddicombe, W. Alexander

Spire for Sidmouth Methodist Church. 21.2.64 (1964)

Bovey Tracey Library and Health Centre. 26.4.68 (1968)

Bovey Tracey Library and Health Centre. 26.4.68 (1968)

Ashburton - Cleder (Britanny) twinning. 4.7.75 (1975)

Ashburton - Cleder twinning ceremony. 4.7.75 (1975)

Poughill Manor, near Bude ([1965?])

F. G. Dempster

Old fishermen's cottages at Monmouth Hill, Topsham. 23.3.61 (1961)

Fore Street, Topsham. 24.9.60 (1960)

High Street, Sidmouth. 6.1.61 (1961)

Burnside Community Centre, Exmouth. 5.7.63 (1963)

The Globe Hotel, Topsham. 23.8.63 (1963)

Ide twins with Canteloupe-Cleville. 1.4.77: Mayor of Canteloupe, M.Joselin de Gibon and his wife pictured outside the Huntsman Inn with Ian Campbell, right, chairman of the Ide Twinning Committee (1977)

Ide twins with Canteloupe-Cleville. 1.4.77: twinning committee members pictured outside the Hunstsman Inn (1977)

Rothern Bridge. 11.7.63 (1963)

Castle Hill, Filleigh ([1960?])

The Parade, Exmouth. 29.9.61 (1961)

Cotleigh pupils line up for a farewell photograph before the doors of their school were finally closed on Friday owing to dwindling numbers. 29.7.77 (1977)

Colyford. 7.11.75 (1975)

Colyford. 7.11.75 (1975)