Sunday was the last day of the season that the Harbour Arm was open this year but what a glorious day it was and the crowds proved it. It is really going to be missed during the winter as it was a great meeting place to catch up with friends and to listen to the entertainment especially the local talent.
The sea was calm and the sun shone on Sunday making it a superb day even if it was just for a walk along to the end. Talking about the end, that is Champagne Simon’s bar, what a hit that has been. Nothing better than a glass of bubbly listening to a bit of live music or people watching or even just taking in the magnificent views.
The soldiers were even there in their finery, I bet those clothes were so itchy, made me itch just looking at them.
On Sunday Phyllis was down there for the afternoon painting the band and what a collection of great paintings, it is lovely watching her paint as she does it so effortlessly. There are a lot of paintings for sale at the moment so if you fancy purchasing one or even making one a super Christmas present for a loved one, please contact Phyllis by email at
We bid a fond farewell and start looking forward to the Spring and the new things that The Arm will have to offer.