The Jubilee Singers present a 'coffee concert' at Southernhay Church on Saturday 15th December. Coffee will be served fropm 10.30am and the music will beging around 11.15. The programme will include carols old and new.
The concert is in aid of the improvements to the building which the church has now begun, starting with an access ramp to Southernhay Hall in Southernhay East. Admission is free but you are invited to make a donation to the Church Buildings Appeal.
The Jubilee Singers are based in Broadclyst and are directed by John Scarfe.
Magical harp concert with Elizabeth Jane Baldrey followed by a delicious 3 course dinner in the newly refurbished 'Killerton Kitchen' restaurant. Please book early to avoid disappointment. 7pm-9pm, tickets £29.
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Crediton's Christmas Tree Festival takes place from Thursday 6th December to Sunday 9th December.
This year 72 decorated and illuminated trees will fill the church. There will be tours of the church, stalls, an exhibition of photos taken by members of Crediton Photography Club and refreshments in the nearby Boniface Centre.
Opening hours are 11am-6pm Thursday and Friday, 10.30am-7pm Saturday and 2pm-5pm Sunday and admission is free.
Admission is free.
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