This weekend Team Removals Wonder Woman Fiona will be running The Colour Rush Teignmouth to raise money for Rowcroft Hospice Torquay. The 5k Colour Rush route starts and finishes at The Den on Teignmouth seafront and the fun starts at 11.30am.
Next week I hope to post colourful pictures, but why not go down watch the fun and donate a few coppers 🙂
Well done to the Exeter Chiefs for lifting the Aviva Premiership crown after a nail biting final at Twickenham, they beat the wasps with only minutes to spare when Steenson’s in the 97th-minute scored a penalty and finally sealed the Chiefs winning 23-20.
The Chiefs then did an open Top Bus Parade, through Exeter, on the 29th May 2017.
Hats off or on to the team removals removal team who have been working hard this week in the summer sun.
With temperatures on Bank Holiday Sunday from Scotland to St Mary’s expected to be higher than in the south of France we can all get our white bits out!!
But make sure you Slip, Slop, Slap (Slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat)
Almost Bank Holiday Easter weekend and there are numerous fun events going on:-
Babbacombe Model Village – Easter Egg Trail – Torquay
Dinosaur Easter Egg Hunt 2017 – Torquay
Eggsstreme Easter at Woodlands Family Theme Park – Totnes
Cadbury Easter Hunt at Coleton Fishacre – Kingswear
Pirate Thursdays in Brixham 6th Apr 2017 – Brixham
For many more things to do visit http://www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk/whats-on/easter
For us the most exciting event is the arrival of a beautiful little lamb.
The clocks go forward on Sunday morning at 1am. We look forward to longer light evenings and summer on the way.
Do not also forget that it is Mothers Day this Sunday.
Things are certainly getting busy here at Team. We have had a long distance move to Scotland in the last week and the phones have just been ringing continually with spring on the horizon and everyone deciding to move. We look forward to another busy spring and summer.
Well spring is finally on the way, although you would not think so by the weather we have had in the following week. We have had gales and even sleet and snow but the snowdrops and daffodils are still pushing on through.
Our lads have returned from their very successful Germany trip and we are glad to see them safely home. Things are certainly getting very busy and we have also had a big move in Dartmouth and moves in Torquay and Paignton this week.
The weather is not looking good for the weekend but hopefully soon things will improve and we can start enjoying the warmth of the springtime sunshine.
What ever you have planned on behalf of Team Removals We wish you a lovely weekend.
Part of our team are heading off to Kiel in Germany this weekend to move a customer back to Southampton. They are all looking forward to the drive through France, Belgium, Holland and on into Germany all very freely while we are still in the EU.
The youngest of the 4, Lee has not done this type of trip before and has been busy shopping for the trip. They are travelling from Dover to Dunkirk so we are hoping that Storm Doris will have almost blown out by then and will not disturb their journey and we wish them all a safe journey back home.
This week Gary’s mate “Archie” was over visiting from Australia. It is his first trip to England and Gray decided to take him to see a football match.
this started with a ‘Full English breakfast’ at Trago Mills at Newton Abbott.
They then continued on to Plymouth where Gary showed Archie the Barbican and Plymouth Ho before they arrived at the stadium. They were lucky enough to have got superb seats right at the front behind the goal.
Unfortunately Plymouth won 3-0 scoring 2 in the first half and another in the 2nd half. There were many sad faces on Exeter fans faces but all in all it was a very good match and Archie was overwhelmed by the atmosphere.
I thought that this week it would be nice to feature some Dartmoor walks as something a little different.
I actually did this walk myself last weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it.
I stopped and ate my lunch on the top of Middleworth Tor with a beautiful view over to Burrator reservoir. It was a beautiful day and the walk was extremely interesting with some of the scenes from the movie War Horse easily identifiable.
We drove across the moor through Princetown and on toward Yelverton. We parked at Norsworthy Bridge and headed towards Middleworth Tor on our way to Down Tor.
Please give it a go and let us know how you get on.
Meavy river and then also the view from our lunch spot.