Proms night plan in Exmouth and other news

07:00 08 September 2012

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The Rotary club of Exmouth presents Last Night of the Proms on Thursday, September 13. Read this and more.

GIVE BLOOD: It is time to roll your sleeves up because the Give Blood team is coming to Exmouth.

The give blood session is on Wednesday, September 26 at Exmouth Pavilion, on the Esplanade, from 1.15pm-3.15pm, and again from 4.45pm-7.15pm. To make an appointment, call the Give Blood team on 0300 1232323.

FREE TRAVEL: To celebrate a smarter way to buy your bus ticket, Stagecoach is giving one lucky person the chance to win a year’s free bus travel

StagecoachSmart travel cards allow passengers to store their travel on the electronic card instead of a paper version while the Megarider Xtra enables automatic monthly payments. For a chance to win unlimited bus travel for a year visit www.stagecoachbus.com/southwest and answer a simple question.

WAR TALK: Exmouth Historical and Archaeological Society this week held an illustrated talk entitled Lest Devon Forgets – a Great War commemoration of local strife and remembrance.

Monday’s talk was led by Dr Todd Gray.

PROMS NIGHT: The Rotary club of Exmouth presents Last Night of the Proms on Thursday, September 13, featuring Lympstone South West Telecoms Band.

Soloist Val Howels plus Centre Stage theatre group will perform at Exmouth Pavilion from 7.30pm.

Reserved seats are £8.50, available from the pavilion box office on 01395 222477, or at www.ledleisure.co.uk

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