Exmouth Town Band’s charity concert a success

HUNDREDS turned out to watch Exmouth Town Concert Band’s annual charity Christmas concert at the Exmouth Pavilion to raise money for music therapy at the Honeylands Children’s Centre.

HUNDREDS turned out to watch Exmouth Town Concert Band’s annual charity Christmas concert at the Exmouth Pavilion to raise money for music therapy at the Honeylands Children’s Centre.

The event was also an opportunity to thank one of their sponsors Slightly Different who built and have sponsored their website over the years.

Slightly Different’s Board Director, Mervyn Spencer, was guest of honour, along with the Mayor of Exmouth Darryl Nicholas.

Mervyn Spencer said: “It was a magical evening. It was really exciting to see Slightly Different’s sponsorship working in communities and helping to raise money for music therapy for disabled children.”

The band are a self-funding organisation and the membership give up their time to play voluntarily and

Sarah Cooper of Exmouth Town Band said: “Every year we hold four fundraising concerts selecting local charities – this Christmas we are delighted to support Honeylands. We also wanted to thank Slightly Different whose support has been invaluable over the years.

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“I am so pleased that our Christmas concerts at the Exmouth Pavilions have been so well attended and I would like to thank all our supporters and sponsors, wish everyone a Happy Christmas and peaceful New Year. We look forward to performing in 2011 so please see our website for details. “http://www.exmouthtownconcertband.org.uk

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