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Terry Bennett
Presenter , Sherborne. Organist. Owner of old buses. Transport enthusiast. Independent Visitor (Action for Children). Foster carer (Somerset CC)🏳️‍🌈
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Pure Beat Radio 2h
Late Night Radio here on Pure Beat Radio... Join Terry Bennett for his Late Lounge Show tonight at 11pm uk time Music to get you relaxed and chilled out:) Tune in at:
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Johnnie Walker 10h
The great energy, enthusiasm and music choices of top chef ⁦⁩ today on Sounds of the 70's 3pm ⁦
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Terry Bennett 13h
No on this morning due to a 'temporary guest shortage'! Is there somebody you would like to hear on the programme? If so, let me know. Or ... do you have an interesting story to tell yourself?!
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Terry Bennett May 24
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Terry Bennett May 22
Replying to @jon_stride
Absolutely Jon ... I imagine that will overflow into the churchyard
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Terry Bennett May 22
For more than 500 years the church of St John the Baptist in Yeovil has dominated the town centre. It looks particularly beautiful in the summer sun
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Devon General Society May 22
Replying to @devongeneralso1
for the enterprise & transferred them to the new company. The first DG services, between Exeter & Torquay, ran on 18th July 1919 and by October the company was looking to expand. We are delighted to have Andrew Mill, grandson of J. S. Mill, as our Patron for the DG centenary year
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Devon General Society May 22
Replying to @devongeneralso1
included his son, John Stuart Mill, who at the first Board meeting on 2nd June was appointed General Manager. Having already scouted South Devon and found opportunities to start new road passenger transport services, J. S. Mill had bought 3 London General-style AEC lorry-buses
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Devon General Society May 22
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEVON GENERAL! 100 years ago today, on 22nd May 1919, the Devon General Omnibus & Touring Company Limited was registered at Companies House. Its office was in Forest Hill in South East London, at the home of its Chairman, Charles Mill. Fellow directors & investors
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Terry Bennett May 19
It will be, probably later this evening
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Terry Bennett May 19
Thanks Sue. Emma was great
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Terry Bennett May 19
My guest on this morning at 11:00 on is Emma Morris, director of The Paddock Project. We’ll be chatting about her life as well as discussing the up to date position on the project itself ... and playing some good music too!
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Devon General Society May 18
661 made a successful, if somewhat slow, return journey to its mid-Devon base this evening having been greatly admired by many visitors to the Devon County Show. Much credit is due to the small band of DGOT volunteers who keep these vintage vehicles on the road
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Devon General Society May 15
Huge thanks to our friends at for the loan of this Solo (47095), newly out of the paint shop this morning, which has been converted into an Exhibition Bus to support the 2019 DG100 celebrations.
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Devon General Society May 15
661 on its way to the Devon County Showground. It will be on display Thursday - Saturday alongside Stagecoach’s Scania, painted in commemorative livery
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Visit Sherborne May 15
Today! Wednesday 15 May / Organ Recital Sherborne Abbey, DT9 3LQ. 1pm 40 minute organ recital by Michael Robertson featuring a variety of music. Retiring collection.
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Terry Bennett May 13
Join me at 4:00 this afternoon on for when I'll be featuring a mystery year, a track from this American 'Country Soul' artist and a whole lot of good music besides
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Devon Gen Omn Trust May 13
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Terry Bennett May 13
Much credit is due to for allowing otherwise vacant units to be used by local good causes in such a beneficial and productive way
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Terry Bennett May 13
Fantastic result!
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