Budleigh kids get faces painted at Earls

PUBLISHED: 07:00 29 July 2017

Children with their face paint at Earls, in Budleigh Salterton. Picture: Michaela Jones

Children with their face paint at Earls, in Budleigh Salterton. Picture: Michaela Jones

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Earls Coffee House, in Budleigh Salterton, celebrated one year of business in the town with a charity face painting event.

Face-painted (from left to right) Austin Jones, Abbie Jones and Ruby Crook at Earls in Budleigh Salterton. Picture: Ian CrookFace-painted (from left to right) Austin Jones, Abbie Jones and Ruby Crook at Earls in Budleigh Salterton. Picture: Ian Crook

A Budleigh Salterton business has celebrated one year in the town by holding a special charity event.

Earls Coffee House, in High Street, moved into the building vacated by NatWest in July last year. Staff from the café invited Monika Przerwa-Tetmajer to do some face painting to celebrate. The event was free, but donations were requested for the St Peter’s Primary School library campaign.

Around £65 was raised for the school’s PTA, which is attempting to raise £55,000 for a new library on the site of the Moor Lane school.

The event was held as a thank-you to the customers who supported the business in its first year.

An Earls spokesman said: “We had balloons on every table, which were provided to us by Toffee Nosed. We held this event to mark our one- year anniversary, and we wanted to give something back to our community.”


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