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Thursday, February 21, 2013
Experienced bell ringers are sought by the Church of St Margaret, in Topsham. Read this and more.
RING THE BELLS: Experienced bell ringers are sought by the Church of St Margaret, in Topsham.
The group practices every Thursday, from 7.45pm-9pm, ready for the Sunday services, starting at 9.30am.
Call Roy Berry on 01392 875981.
LENT LUNCH: A frugal meal of soup, bread and cheese will be served at St Margaret’s Church to raise funds for Christian Aid.
The Lent lunches are tomorrow, Friday, February 22, and again throughout March.
The suggested minimum donation for the meal is £3.50 but donations are welcome.
LEARN ABOUT NZ: The Topsham Society’s talk understanding New Zealand’s unstable geology is at Matthew’s Hall tomorrow, Friday February 22, starting at 7.30pm
Pat Wilson, a former lecturer in geology and geography, will lead the talk. Doors open at 7pm. Refreshments will be available.
SKITTLES NIGHT: A fun night of skittles with teams of six competing against each other will be held at Topsham Bowls Club on Saturday February 23, starting at 7.15pm.
Tickets, available from Westaways and Topsham News, are £5 each, or £30 for a team of six. The event is in aid of Hospiscare.
WIN CASH: Bingo in aid of Topsham Town Fayre is on Tuesday, February 26, at Matthews Hall. Doors open at 6.30pm. Eyes down at 7.30pm. Cash prizes are up for grabs.
HATHA YOGA: If you drop in at tonight’s Hatha yoga session at Matthews Hall it will cost you £10.
The session is from 6.30pm until 8pm.
Courses are also available. For more information, call Julie Bladon on 07754 983498.
CHARITY CONCERT: Exeter Police and Community Choir is in concert at St Nicholas Methodist Church on March 14, in aid of End Polio Now.
Tickets are £6.50, from Topsham News, or by calling 01392 876707
The event has been organised by The Rotary Club of Exeter Southernhay.
YOUNG VOCALISTS: Youngsters aged nine to 18 are invited to audition for a place at a new theatre school, opening in Exeter.
West End professional Richard Dalets will hold vocational courses for all abilities to become proficient in dancing, singing and acting.
For more information, call Richard on 07855725057.
CYCLE CONFIDENCE: A free confidence course is available for those living in Exeter or Exmouth who want to cycle to work.
The two-hour sessions are jointly run by the Department for Transport, Leisure East Devon and Devon County Council.
For more information, call 01395 562507.
KEYBOARD CONCERT: A concert follows Exeter Electronic Keyboard Club’s AGM on Thursday, March 7, at Matthews Hall.
All tastes of music, from modern, to jazz, light classical and country, are included in the night’s programme. Doors open at 6.30pm.The concert starts an hour later. Tickets are available on the door.