New choir for teenagers and more news
Exmouth’s answer to Glee is being held at Brixington Community Church hall every Wednesday evening. Read this and more.
TEEN SINGING: Exmouth’s answer to Glee is being held at Brixington Community Church hall every Wednesday evening, from 5pm until 6.30pm.
The new choir is for those aged between 12 and 18. There are no auditions – the group is open to those who like to sing.
Pop, soul, R n B, hip-hop, funk and plenty of fun are on the agenda.
Sessions are �3 each, charged half a term in advance. For more information, email email@example.com, or go to www.lalachoirs.co.uk
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SAMARITANS CELEBRATE: The Exeter, Mid and East Devon branch of the Samaritans has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of its founder.
- 1 Pop band McFly set to perform at Imperial Recreation Ground
- 2 A plan for grassroots sport that must not be allowed to falter
- 3 Sound move to join singing group
- 4 Tax changes to attract shipping companies to UK
- 5 Stunning cup display from Brixington U11s
- 6 Exmouth deliver outstanding display in local derby
- 7 Man left with serious injures after crash on Woodbury Common
- 8 Tributes to man who saw town's marina through transition
- 9 Plenty of evidence why Devon won't give up the ghost
- 10 The upcoming annual Budget and how it might help those struggling this winter
Chad Varah, who was born on November 12, 1911, founded the Samaritans in 1959 and it became the world’s first 24-hour helpline.
The branch currently has 99 volunteers, who provide confidential support to those in need. The organisation answers five million calls a year.
To speak to a Samaritans volunteer call 08457 90 90 90 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
EXMOUTH AT WAR: Modern-day China, its Great Wall and food are the subject of a talk being given by Lily Neal at the Bastin Hall, Elm Grove, on Monday, November 21.
The event, from 10.30am until noon, has been organised by the Third Age Project (TAP).
Exmouth historian Arthur Cook will speak about Exmouth at War when he speaks at the same venue on Monday, November 28.
All are welcome.