A right old royal knees up is set to take place in Silverton as the village celebrates Her Majesty’s Coronation and new community facilities.
This Sunday, 2 June, will see a host of events and activities taking place on the mid-Devon village’s Big Recreation Ground and all are welcome to join in.
The day will also mark Silverton Parish Council officially opening the village’s new playground and skate park. A newly designed Jubilee garden will also be dedicated in the park to celebrate the Queen’s 60 years on the throne.
Here at The Plum Consultancy we were recently discussing the Giving Pledge initiative founded by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, in which the world’s wealthiest individuals pledge to dedicate the majority of their wealth to philanthropy. This elite set has recently been joined by the first person from India - Azim Preji, the chairman of the Technology company Wipro whose net worth is estimated at $16 billion. This is welcome news as the divide between rich and poor continues to grow especially in countries across Asia.
Black Voices, a Birmingham-based performance ensemble renowned for its rich, powerful harmonies and stunning arrangements, are coming to Exeter on Saturday 8 June to do a concert and public workshop supported by St Thomas Gospel Choir.
The Flybe Suite at Exeter City Football Club will host voluntary and community groups who work to support family life in the city at a ‘conversation’ evening on 23 May.
All families know that it’s good to talk. When people who deliver services to families get together to talk, practical ways to address local needs will be on the table.
The event is organised by local representatives of national charity Redeeming our Communities (ROC), which aims to see community transformation by bringing together groups and individuals to share ideas for positive, grass-roots change.
The Exeter Community Centre Trust is launching its Past Present Future Project and is seeking volunteers.
A call-out has been released by Community Development worker, Stuart Crewes: "We’re looking for people to act as Memory Collectors to help us in a grand-scale project; which will see Arts and Community activities and workshops happening at the Centre.
Lewis Jones has announced his resignation from the Exeter City FC Trust Board, due to continuing health difficulties and increased demands on his time.
Exeter “born and bred” and a lifetime supporter of the Club, Lewis joined the Trust Board in 2009. He took a leading role in developing the current strategic plan and has assisted in numerous projects during his four years on the Board.
Nigel Banks, the Trust Finance Officer, has decided to take a back seat after 10 years and intends to step down at the conclusion of this year’s AGM. With this in mind the Trust are looking to recruit a Deputy Finance Officer as soon as possible to work with Nigel over the next 6 months with a view to ensuring a smooth handover at the end of that period.
Plymouth's half marathon, is a traffic-free road race set in the heart of Plymouth. Runners will once again gather on the Hoe to start their 13.1mile journey around Plymouth.
The great course, good reputation and atmosphere ensure that this iconic Plymouth race attracts everyone from local, national and international athletes as well as beginners, club runners and charity runners.
The traffic-free course is open to all abilities and will start and finish at the Hoe.
Comic Relief marked its 25th year of helping children in Africa and the UK yesterday. Businesses, clubs and schools all over Exeter got involved by doing ‘something funny for money’ in a bid to make this year’s Red Nose Day the best fundraiser yet.