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Bickleigh Castle hits back at Channel 4 documentary amid ridicule from viewers

bickleigh castle hits back at channel 4 documentary amid ridicule from viewers
Some even described the programme as a 'modern day Fawlty Towers'
Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette - Published Also reported by •Torquay Herald ExpressWestern Morning NewsExeter Express and EchoNorth Devon Journal

Glitzy night raises funds for Marie Curie at Bickleigh Castle

glitzy night raises funds for marie curie at bickleigh castle
The event on Saturday, September 22 saw 46 visitors enjoy a grand night out
Exeter Express and Echo - Published Also reported by •Torquay Herald ExpressTiverton Mid Devon GazetteNorth Devon JournalWestern Morning News

Devon castle owner faces having dogs destroyed after one bit a postman on the bottom

devon castle owner faces having dogs destroyed after one bit a postman on the bottom
Robert Hay, who owns Bickleigh Castle near Tiverton, Devon, admitted that he failed to comply with an order from January 2016 to keep Doublee under proper control.
MailOnline - Published

Wealthy castle owner admits that his 'dangerous' dog bit delivery man on the buttocks

wealthy castle owner admits that his 'dangerous' dog bit delivery man on the buttocks
Robert Hay, owner of Bickleigh Castle, had two black Labradors that his dogs were 'out of control'
Western Morning News - Published Also reported by •North Devon JournalExeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteTorquay Herald Express

Wealthy castle owner back in court over 'dangerous' dog

wealthy castle owner back in court over 'dangerous' dog
Robert Hay, 71, is accused of letting his two dogs run wild in the grounds of 11th-century Bickleigh Castle in Devon. Pictured: Mr Hay's wife Sarah with their dog Doublee, who bit a teenage waiter in..
MailOnline - Published

Owner of Bickleigh Castle accused of letting his 'dangerous' dog injure man

owner of bickleigh castle accused of letting his 'dangerous' dog injure man
It is alleged that Robert Hay's black Labradors Rona and Doubleé were out of control at the castle
North Devon Journal - Published Also reported by •Western Morning NewsTorquay Herald ExpressTiverton Mid Devon GazetteExeter Express and Echo

Devon aristocrat, 105, leaves all her money to her much younger boyfriend

devon aristocrat, 105, leaves all her money to her much younger boyfriend
Lady Killearn has left her estate to the owner of Bickleigh Castle, rather than to her three children
Torquay Herald Express - Published Also reported by •Western Morning NewsTiverton Mid Devon GazetteExeter Express and EchoNorth Devon Journal

Reliving World War II with Winston Churchill and US Troops at...

reliving world war ii with winston churchill and us troops at...
Winston Churchill, military re-enactments and a trip to 1940s Britain welcomed visitors to Bickleigh Castle this weekend.The castle hosted a two day event of nostalgia on Saturday May 20 and 21...
Torquay Herald Express - Published Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteWestern Morning News

Let Bickleigh Castle take you back to wartime Britain next month

let bickleigh castle take you back to wartime britain next month
Winston Church, the Exeter Pipes and Drums and Sandy Sparkle will help take Bickleigh Castle back to the 1940s next month.The castle is hosting a 1940s weekend on May 20 and 21 from 11am each day..
Exeter Express and Echo - Published Also reported by •Torquay Herald ExpressTiverton Mid Devon GazetteWestern Morning News

£100k and fishing rights for this stretch of the River Exe...

£100k and fishing rights for this stretch of the river exe...
Fishing rights have been offered for sale on the River Exe, with a guide price of £100,000.The particular beat comprises 582 yards in total, including 492 yards of double bank and 90 yards of single..
Exeter Express and Echo - Published

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