Some photos of Saturday 14th April 2018 (courtesy of Davespix and Andy Davey Photography)  including 3 aerial photographs.

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  • Thanks to our supporters so far!

    This has been posted on the Mayflower 400 website (News & Blog) today.

    Torrington Cavaliers Get Going

    By Tom Cox

    Apr 13, 2018

    The Great Torrington Cavaliers, holders of the “Queens Award for Voluntary Service” have started the build of their bonfire spectacular to be burnt on Saturday 29th August 2020 as part of the Mayflower 400 commemoration; this also marks the 50th anniversary of the Cavaliers.

    It was due to an invite from the Lord Mayor of Plymouth to attend the 350th anniversary of the Mayflower's journey in 1970 that lead to the Great Torrington Cavaliers formation with the motto “Let’s put on events the like of which Torrington has never seen before!”. The 2020 event will be the most spectacular event that they have embarked on to commemorate both dates in history.

    Their build couldn't go ahead without the support of businesses and partners from across the region. The Cavaliers would therefore like to highlight the contribution of the organisations and individuals who have helped them to date:

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    This is our President Roger Davies sign writing the Mayflower 2020 bonfire sign board to be onsite soon.... keep your eye out he is a very clever man!

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  • The trees that will be the masts and the main structure of the Mayflower started to be felled on 4th December. RHS Rosemoor had to fell several trees on their land for safety reasons and they have donated then to us.

    We will be shifting them to the bonfire site soon.

    Thank you so much to the RHS for their support.

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