Exmouth Talent final 'buzzing' say organisers.

PUBLISHED: 16:39 09 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:09 10 June 2010

THE EXMOUTH'S Got talent final in Tower Street Methodist Church saw dancers, singers and even a contortionist battle it out for overall winner.

THE EXMOUTH'S Got talent final in Tower Street Methodist Church saw dancers, singers and even a contortionist battle it out for overall winner.

It was a difficult decision for the judges but eventually a winner was chosen.

Jon Prockter, organiser of the talent competition said; "The night was totally amazing and the atmosphere buzzing.

"In the end, Mark Green won with his piano, harmonica and vocal version of Piano man by Billy Joel.

"It was a close run thing with Dale Pendlebury coming second with an original song he wrote himself.

"Coming third was Alice Cartwright singing the song Hero and fourth place was Fin Cawthera singing Wonderwall and playing guitar."

The Exmouth ICE Project, a Christian organisation, runs town wide projects like the 'Big Trouble Summer camp' and the 'We Love' community project in Littleham.

Their program also includes running a number of the town's youth clubs and a weekly program of activities in the Exmouth Community College.

This is the second talent competition held by the group and due to it's success they will be planning a 2009 competition.


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