TV singer to perform at ball

PUBLISHED: 11:00 04 July 2015

A former contestant on The Voice Adam Isaac entertains the crowds at the party to celebrate 20 years of the Devon Air Ambulance at Darts Farm on Saturday. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 4029-35-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

A former contestant on The Voice Adam Isaac entertains the crowds at the party to celebrate 20 years of the Devon Air Ambulance at Darts Farm on Saturday. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 4029-35-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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A Devon singer and TV star has been added to the bill at an Exmouth charity’s first-ever fundraising ball.

Adam Isaac (pictured), who appeared on BBC One’s The Voice, will be performing at the Pete’s Dragons Charity Ball at the seafront Ocean Suite.

The charity raises money in memory of Pete Wicks, who committed suicide in 2010. It aims to support people who have been bereaved by suicide.

This includes running a grants scheme, for people who find themselves in financial distress following a bereavement, and ‘hugs in hampers’, which provide a hamper to the bereaved family, which the charity says lets people know they are not alone and breaks down the stigma that often surrounds suicide.

The black tie ball will take place on July 17 – a significant date, as July 18 would have been Pete’s 30th birthday.

Along with Adam Isaac, the event will also feature live music from the Chris Stuckey Band, a disco, delicious food and a charity auction.

Tickets cost £45 per person, or there is a reduced price of £37.50 when booking 10 or more tickets.

Alternatively, guests who wish to arrive just for the live music can pay £20 to enter the ball at 10pm, and like all guests receive a free drink on arrival.

A Breitling watch worth £3,600 will also be raffled at midnight.

Tickets and corporate packages are available by emailing petesdragonshq@yahoo.co.uk


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