Exmouth Community College students perform at concert

PUBLISHED: 12:45 27 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:45 27 June 2017

Singers from Exmouth Community College at the Summer Showtime concert held at Exmouth Pavilion.

Singers from Exmouth Community College at the Summer Showtime concert held at Exmouth Pavilion.

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Young performers from Exmouth Community College have taken the stage for an annual concert presented by the Rotary Club of Exmouth and District.

Retiring Exmouth Community College principal Tony Alexander is presented with an Exeter Chiefs rugby shirt by Rotary Club of Exmouth and District president John Thorogood.Retiring Exmouth Community College principal Tony Alexander is presented with an Exeter Chiefs rugby shirt by Rotary Club of Exmouth and District president John Thorogood.

The sold out Summer Showtime 2017 show at Exmouth Pavilion saw students performing music, dance, and musical drama.

A raffle was held with the proceeds going to college good causes.

College principal Tony Alexander said: “I have attended every one of these productions and firmly believe this is the best one yet. I would like to pay tribute to the students for the sheer hard work and talent they demonstrated.”

Rotary Club president John Thorogood marked Mr Alexander’s upcoming retirement by presenting him with a framed Exeter Chiefs rugby shirt.

Mr Thorogood said: “I must pay tribute to Tony for his hard work, leadership, determination and management skills that have bought the college to where it is today – an educational centre of excellence and incredible asset to our town.”


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