Revived ferry service passes passenger milestone
A Westcountry ferry service has reached a significant "milestone" after carrying its 40,000th passenger since its re-launch two years ago.
The Appledore-Instow Ferry, which runs between the two North Devon villages, ceased to exist having once taken workers from Yelland power station to and from Appledore.
But in 2011 a group of volunteers set a up a non-for profit organisation to get the ferry back and up and running. It has proved to be so popular that a second ferry was introduced at the beginning of this year's season in April, thanks to a grant. John Nightingale, the chairman of the ferry's organisation, said: "Another milestone passed this week when the community-based Appledore Instow Ferry service carried its 40,000th passenger since current operations began again in June 2011."
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