Pre-school in Exmouth to host sale and other news

PUBLISHED: 07:00 10 May 2013

(c) Erik Snyder

Treehouse Pre-school is holding its spring fete and table top sale. Read this and more.

COFFEE MORNING: Lympstone Garden Club is holding its annual May coffee morning and plant sale.

It takes place at the Methodist Church Hall in Chapel Road on May 11 at 10am.

Bedding and house plants together with lots of young vegetable plants will be on sale - many of them grown by club members.

Admission costs £1, and will include coffee and biscuits.

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SALE: Treehouse Pre-school is holding its spring fete and table top sale.

It will take place at All Saints Hall in Exeter Road on Saturday, between 10am and 12.30pm.

Animals from World of Country Life will be there, along with a bouncy castle, face painting, handmade crafts, body shop, Usborne books, balloon modelling, and tea, coffee and cakes.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

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RABBITS: Exmouth rabbit owners can attend a free workshop on how to care for their pets this weekend.

Pets at Home in Liverton Business Park is holding the workshops at noon on Saturday and Sunday.

The store team will be providing information and advice on how to keep pet rabbits healthy and happy.

The workshop, which is being held as part of Rabbit Awareness Week, comes as the store is phasing out the sale of rabbit muesli, which new research by The University of Edinburgh and Burgess Pet Care says is more likely to lead to dental and digestive problems.


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