Chance to give blood in Exmouth and other news

PUBLISHED: 07:00 17 May 2012

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Save a life and give blood on Wednesday, May 23, when donors are asked to attend the sessions at Exmouth Pavilion. Read this and more.

GRILL PAN FIRE: The fire service received reports of a burning smell from a property in Imperial Road on Monday morning.

Crews from Exmouth, along with the aerial platform from Exeter, were called to Alexandra House at around midday. They found a grill pan had caught fire on the second floor of the property.

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said the fire was out on arrival so crews carried out an inspection of the property.

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HINTS AND TIPS: Free courses are on offer at Exmouth’s Kennaway Centre, in Victoria Road.

Sessions include make your own fascinators, eBay hints and tips, Facebook for new users, research your roots, fun with photographs and creative writing. For more information, call into the Kennaway Centre, call 0845 1551014 or visit: www.devon.gov.uk/adultlearning

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GIVE BLOOD: Save a life and give blood on Wednesday, May 23, when donors are asked to attend the sessions at Exmouth Pavilion. The doors open from 1.15pm until 3.15pm and again from 4.45pm until 7.15pm. To beat the queues, make an appointment by calling 0300 1232323.

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CHORAL WORKSHOP: If you enjoy singing, Exmouth Choral Society invites you to a Faure’s Requiem choral workshop on Saturday, May 19, 9.30am until 4.30pm, at the Holy Trinity Church in Rolle Street. Tickets are £12 in advance, to include the loan of the score and refreshments. For details, call Kate Sisum on 01392 877537 or visit www.exmouthchoralsociety.org.uk


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