[pdf - The Paignton Pudding]
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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|Publisher||Torbay Library Services|
|Source||Torbay Library Services|
|Subject||Maritime. Paignton. Tradition|
|Keywords||cabbages puddings fairs traditions culture heritage pubs parish oxen cart charity|