[pdf - The Paignton Pudding]

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For centuries Paigntonians have been known as Flat-poles or Pudden-eaters. Of the two, the former derives from an widely grown local variety of cabbage for which the town was famous for many years.

© copyright John Pike

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Technical Information (Metadata)
Technical Information (Metadata)
Title Value
Identifier ref 1447
Coverage Devon. Paignton
Creator Pike, John
Format pdf file
Publisher Torbay Library Services
Rights John Pike
Source Torbay Library Services
Subject Maritime. Paignton. Tradition
Type Text
Keywords cabbages puddings fairs traditions culture heritage pubs parish oxen cart charity