East Devon District Council is holding another exciting family community festival in Honiton on Saturday 12th July 2014 as Allhallows Playing Field from 1pm to 4pm.
The event is being held again partly due to the great success of last years.
And what is more the event is totally free!!
The Rugby Club Bar will be open all afternoon and there will be music sponsored by Otter Windows.
And an the very important Ice Cream Van will be there to help keep everybody cool!
There’s a busy month ahead at The Beehive in Honiton this July. The new community and art centre has a lot going on to suit all tastes. Some of the highlights include:
A new play in which Big Ben chimes and strikes thirteen, creating a magical time when for one hour the statues of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square, London come to life.
"Winston Churchill descends from his plinth to indulge himself in three of his greatest pleasures; a glass of scotch, a cigar, and listening to himself talk.
Honiton’s own rock and soul choir will be performing many popular songs.
Oscar winning film based on a true story set in Pre-Civil War United States. Soloman Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofar), a free black man from update New York, is abducted and sold into slavery.
A quirky mix of puppet show, natural history, comedy cabaret and mystery!
An evening to celebrate Honiton “The Home of the Baton” with the Plymouth Military Wives Choir.
The Beehive has a Café & Bar available at events and in the evenings.
For all event details and bookings visit The Beehive website: www.beehivehoniton.com.
A Jobs and Apprentice Fair is being held at the Honiton Leasure Centre.
The event takes place on Friday 27th June from 10am to 4pm.
More than 20 employers from the East Devon area with be offering careers advice and aiming to fill vacancies.
Some of the local businesses taking part include:
Some national employers will also be taing part, including BT, the Army and Royal Navy.
The event is being organised by the National Apprenticeship Service and Jobs Centre Plus is association with Tiverton and Honiton MP Neil Parish.