Tag Archives: Westward Ho!
Let’s go Rockpooling! There are four types of shoreline: muddy, shingle, rocky and sandy. Here in the Bideford area we are blessed with all of these, but if you are going rockpooling the obvious place to go is Westward Ho! … Continue reading
With flooding very much in the news last month this may be a good time to review the policy of the authorities on flood protection and the effect it is having on the vulnerable Northam Burrows. There are two major … Continue reading
In February 1864, Captain George Mill Frederick Molesworth’s company began building the hotel which was originally to be called ‘The Royal Hotel.’ As well as building hotels, houses and villas, George Molesworth set up two colleges – the United Services … Continue reading
150 years ago the “Northam Burrows Hotel & Villa Company” was formed following the success of Charles Kingsley’s novel “Westward Ho!” which he wrote whilst living in Bideford. The company planned to build a whole resort, marketed at wealthy Victorians … Continue reading
SS4329 : Wreck on Westward Ho! beach, near to Westward Ho!, Devon, Great Britain. The Geograph Britain and Ireland project aims to collect geographically representative photographs and information for every square kilometre of Great Britain and Ireland. Wreck on Westward … Continue reading
Picture of the wreck “Sally” Westward Ho! Beach Beach Patterns. Hartland Quay in winter.