Thursday, 23 December 2010

Five fascinating facts about Brewster and Budleigh Salterton (3)

It's been some time since I posted at http://budleighbrewsterunited.blogspot.com/2009/06/five-fascinating-facts-about-brewster.html some of the random and interesting (for some people) facts about Budleigh Salterton and its sister-town across the Atlantic. So here come another five:
















Home and away
Photo credit: A nice house in Brewster Massachusetts
www.directhomes.com

Half of Brewster's residential property owners are part-time residents according to the Brewster Association of Part-Time Residents on their website at http://www.bapr.org/index.cfm?page=whoweare




















Heavens above!

The pastor of Budleigh’s Evangelical Church on Station Road is the appropriately named Rev. John Heavens.









What’s in a name?

Cape Cod resident Marietta Nilson tells me: "One great thing about Brewster is that you can type it on a QWERTY keyboard entirely with your left hand!!!!"

















A mystery property

This Budleigh Salterton house, Watch Hill, was used for the 1986 filming of an Agatha Christie mystery in the BBC's Miss Marple series.















According to Fairlynch Museum's excellent and informative booklet about the building, Benno Moseivitch (1890-1963), pictured above, often stayed at Fairlynch in the 1920s before he became famous as a pianist.

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