Exmouth Pavilion gig success

PUBLISHED: 15:23 11 February 2010 | UPDATED: 12:46 10 June 2010

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CROWDS of music enthusiasts flocked to Exmouth Pavilion to enjoy a concert in aid of charity. A number of talented bands and solo acts including Supreme Beings, Future Pilots, Terrible Strangers, Priority, Laurie Ward, State of Emergency, Beyond The Green

CROWDS of music enthusiasts flocked to Exmouth Pavilion to enjoy a concert in aid of charity.

A number of talented bands and solo acts including Supreme Beings, Future Pilots, Terrible Strangers, Priority, Laurie Ward, State of Emergency, Beyond The Green and Mix Masta Mullet, all took part.

Held at the Pavilion last Friday, February 5, the event, called the Big Gig, was organised by a group of around seven Exmouth Community College students.

Approximately £1000 was raised. Half of the money will go towards the Haiti earthquake appeal and 50 per cent towards Rolle College.

Simon Findel-Hawkins, manager of the Pavilion, said: "It was a huge success and there was a good amount of money raised.

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