The news says Exeter will hear it..
When living at Belstone on the Moor we were paid Chimney money every year for the activity of the Army exercises on the Okehampton ranges about £15 a year.. The reason it was called Chimney money is during training the Army in the 1 WW they used to set up the field guns behind Sticklepath and fire over the village of Belstone.. onto the range..
You only got the money if you were a Commoner..
Was also known as Turkey money as it was given out at Christmas time..