Keep waving the flag

PUBLISHED: 10:51 30 August 2012

Lympstone band

Lympstone band

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Following the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the splendid London Oympics, Exmouth and District Rotary Club want everyone to ‘Keep Waving The Flag’ at their Last Night of the Proms at Exmouth Pavilion on Thursday, September 13.

The 18th annual Proms this year features Lympstone SW Telecoms Brass Band with MD Charlie Fleming ARCM with supporting CentreStage and soloist Val Howels as Britannia.

Always a great night with everyone given a Union Flag and ending with Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.

In past years, Rotary have raised in excess of £25,000 for local and Rotary charities and supports, each year, the Clocktower flags on the Esplanade.

Tickets at £8.50 are available from Exmouth Pavilion box office or www.ledleisure.co.uk

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