Actress is our guest of honour

Thursday 13th June 2013 10:00 pm
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polished performance: Actress Penelope Keith unveils a plaque commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Mid-Devon Advertiser, watched by the newspaper’s owner, Sir Ray Tindle. Picture Alan Craig.

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TINDLE Newspapers Ltd weekly Mid-Devon Advertiser series welcomed one of Britain's best-loved actresses, Penelope Keith, to a celebratory lunch to mark its 150th anniversary.

Accompanied by her husband Rodney Timpson, the star of such classic comedies as The Good Life and To The Manor Born was the guest of the newspaper's proprietor, Sir Ray Tindle.

The Newton Abbot-based newspaper, which first hit the streets in 1863 and reaches almost 40,000 readers each Friday attributes its longevity to the longstanding Tindle ethos of hyper-local content.

Sir Ray Tindle founded his 200-plus newspaper titles business in the post-war years with £300 demob money after serving in the Devonshire Regiment. He and Penelope Keith, a former High Sheriff of Surrey, are friends and have undertaken many charitable works together.

Other guests at the celebratory lunch included staff, local dignitaries and the Friends of the Mid-Devon Advertiser series.

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