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The Trinity Sailing Foundation

The Trinity Sailing Foundation operates a small fleet of historic sailing vessels. The three Brixham Trawlers — Leader (1892), Provident (1924), and Golden Vanity (1908) — are owned by the charity and used to change the lives of disadvantaged young people. Our not-for-profit organisation is part-funded by offering Cruises, RYA Courses, Duke of Edinburgh Residentials… Read More »

The Salty Sparrow

We are a small and cosy bistro cafe located in the heart of Brixham, close to the harbour. Our ethos is good quality food and wine with the emphasis on classic and modern food served in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. We offer a freshly made menu with the best of ingredients sourced locally and seasonally where possible. We have comfortable… Read More »

Christmas Social: 3rd Dec, 8pm, the Lytehouse

We are experimenting this winter with a social & networking evening, to be held at one of Brixham’s very best restaurants, and one of the Chamber’s newest members – the Lytehouse (Monday 3rd December at 8pm). Tickets (£15 per person) need to be booked in advance by emailing But you can pay for them… Read More »

WW2 Brixham’s lasting legacy

Details have been revealed of a series of information boards which  are to be erect­ed to commemorate Brix­ham’s role during the Second World War. The  project has  been organised by  regeneration group Brixham  Future which is aiming to create  a ‘lasting legacy’. Eight    boards,  to be installed to  mark the  75th anniversary of D-Day, will… Read More »

Torbay Bookkeeping Practice

By Naomi Griffiths of the Torbay Bookkeeping Practice. Torbay Bookkeeping Practice offers General Bookkeeping Services, Year-End Accounts, Self-Assessment and Digital Accounting Software Consultancy. I’m an Associate Member of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, so you can rest assured that I’m insured, competent and regulated by a Professional Code. My mission is to spread the word… Read More »

Golden future for harbour attraction

New events will be taking place on the Golden Hind this summer. The exciting, pirate-themed events will see murder mysteries take place on board every Friday night in July and August. The news comes just a few weeks after the famous boat was bought by Irish couple Sean and Mary Twomey, who have now collaborated… Read More »

Julia Finzel – Artist and Photographer

Julia Finzel is an established Artist and Photographer who has been living in Brixham since 1993. Julia recently joined Brixham Chamber and is also a member of The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Dartington Printmakers and The Double Elephant print workshop in Exeter. She undertakes photographic and painting commissions, including promotional portraiture of people in their… Read More »

High Street Heroes

As part of the Love Your High Street Week, the winners from Brixham, Paignton and Torquay recently received their Torbay Love Your High Street Hero Award. The three businesses receiving their trophy, made by local business Studio 56, are Maison et Vie, Peaky Blinders Bar & Grill and The Kind Grind. Love your High Street week… Read More »

Middle Street – bucking the trend

It’s the street that Brixham forgot – and now it’s bucking the high street shopping trend in some style. At a time when retail giants such as House of Fraser and Poundland are struggling, a row of independent shops run by dedicated specialists is doing very nicely thank you. Tourists and day-trippers love the shops… Read More »

Combating plastic pollution

The English Riviera is being urged to actively support the campaign to ban environmentally devastating single use plastics. Councillors want Torbay Council to sign up to the campaign being run by Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) and DevonLive/Herald Express so that the resort joins 125 other communities in Devon going plastic free. At a meeting of… Read More »