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Date: 19th May, 2010 Title: Exmoor School wins Severn Link ‘Name the Ferry’ Competition Severn Link is on the news again!

ITV1 West Country Tonight announces the South West winners of the Severn Link ferry naming competition, Parracombe School in Exmoor.

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In this article I will concentrate on the large salver.

It is profusely engraved and owes its existence to a terrible disaster that befell the fishing community of Clovelly on the 4th October 1821.

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Unfortunately for us there was no North Devon newspaper at this date (the Journal was 3 years in the future) though we can turn to the Exeter Flying Post for a contemporary report which reads, 'Melancholy Catastrophe. Luxmoore, then staying at Clovelly, were particularly instrumental in saving the lives of many who but for their humane exertions must have inevitably perished; and at their departure generously left £5 to be distributed among those families who are now become utterly destitute.' Four days later a similar account appeared in the Sherborne and Yeovil Mercury which more accurately stated that 31 fishermen had drowned.

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