Exmouth's Third Age Project's anniversary

EXMOUTH s Third Age Project has celebrated its 25th anniversary. Formed in 1980 by the Lord Young of the Dartington Institute, the project s purpose is to bring people aged over 55 together to educate and inform through a varied programme of events. Fift

EXMOUTH's Third Age Project has celebrated its 25th anniversary.

Formed in 1980 by the Lord Young of the Dartington Institute, the project's purpose is to bring people aged over 55 together to educate and inform through a varied programme of events.

Fifty six of the groups 88 members attended the celebrations.

The branch meets every Monday from 10.15am to noon in Bastin Hall, in Elm Grove.


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For more information about the Third Age Project, call Joy Robinson, 79, who took over as chairman last February, on 01395 273567.

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