Exmouth Hospital garden fete returns

PUBLISHED: 11:00 21 July 2017

Evelyn and Murphy Boltrukiewicz who are six and nine with five year old Lily Quilter with some yummy cakes at the Exmouth Hospital League of Friends fete. Ref exe 4273-29-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on Photo Orders.

Evelyn and Murphy Boltrukiewicz who are six and nine with five year old Lily Quilter with some yummy cakes at the Exmouth Hospital League of Friends fete. Ref exe 4273-29-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on Photo Orders.

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A garden party, organised by the Exmouth Hospital League of Friends will be held in the hospital garden this Saturday (July 22), from 2.15pm to 4pm.

It’s the first time that the event has been staged since 2014.

Refreshments will be provided by Withycombe Raleigh WI. There’s entertainment from the Guildhall Strummers ukulele band and there will be a display by Exmouth Sea Cadets. Local businesses have contributed prizes for a raffle and the hospital staff will run a tombola. Stalls will also be provided by Exmouth in Bloom and Inner Wheel.

“Exmouth Hospital opened on its current site in July 1903 and has had the support of the local community from the early days,” says a spokesperson. “That support will continue through the League of Friends of Exmouth Hospital in the provision of equipment and services for the benefit of both the hospital and the local community.”


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