Rotary Club of Exmouth Raleigh raises £700 for Exmouth Community College

PUBLISHED: 10:11 10 February 2018

The Rotary Club of Exmouth Raleigh president Gordon Parker and organiser of the charity evening Bob Worrel present a cheque for £500 to Andrew Davis, the new principal of  Exmouth Community College, Picture: Contributed.

The Rotary Club of Exmouth Raleigh president Gordon Parker and organiser of the charity evening Bob Worrel present a cheque for £500 to Andrew Davis, the new principal of Exmouth Community College, Picture: Contributed.

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The Rotary Club of Exmouth Raleigh has presented a cheque for £700 to Exmouth Community College.

The presentation followed a recent charity fundraising concert at the college.

Rotary club president Gordon Parker and organiser of the evening Bob Worrel presented the cheque to college principal Andrew Davies. The money will go towards the college’s music department.

Organised by the Rotary club, the charity concert – raising funds for the college and for Rotary’s local, national and international charitable causes – was attended by more than 250 parents and friends. It featured entertainment from some of the college’s bands, together with musicians from local primary schools and Mill Water School.

“As with other years, the concert was of an excellent high standard and a tremendous success,” said a Rotary spokesperson.

“Everyone leaving the concert had a broad smile and all were very proud of the evening’s performances.”

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