Now that classical music concerts have really begun again in earnest after the bad old days of lockdown, we are lucky that musicians are returning to perform in St. Margaret's Church in Topsham, and make use of its beautiful Yamaha grand piano again.
One such is Exeter pianist and composer Stephen Beville, who last played here in 2019. His new programme Angels and Saints contains one of his own compositions entitled Portrait of the Angel Raphael , plus music by Bach, Beethoven and Chopin. It concludes with Franz Liszt's, Deux Legendes, an interesting piece which celebrates both...
After his successful recital 'Musical Paintings' in 2019, internationally acclaimed pianist and composer Stephen Beville ( www.satyahoo.com ) returns to St Margarets Church Topsham for this afternoon matinee recital on Sunday 22nd May.
The programme will explore both pastoral and religious themes, including the premiere of Beville's new work 'Portrait of the Angel Raphael'.
J.S Bach - Preludes and Fugues in E and F, Book II (Well Tempered Klavier)
Topsham local, Paula, is celebrating after being selected as the winner of McCarthy Stone recent photography competition.
Run by the leading manager and developer of retirement communities behind the forthcoming Pym Court Retirement Living Plus development in Topsham, the competition called for local residents to share photographs of their favourite scenery, wildlife, and landscapes from all corners of the town.
The competition was judged by the Right Worshipful Lord Mayor of Exeter, Councillor Trish Oliver, who chose Paula’s sunset photograph entitled Underway in Topsham...
The McCarthy Stone Foundation has provided a welcome boost ahead of the Christmas period for local Topsham charity, the Estuary League of Friends, to help support those living with memory loss or dementia and their carers.
In a bid to make Christmas a little brighter this year, the McCarthy Stone Foundation has given the Estuary League of Friends a £250 donation, which will help with the running costs of its Memory Café, a support group offered to those living with memory loss or dementia and their carers.
Rachel Gilpin, Chief Executive at the Estuary League of Friends,...
People in Topsham are being asked to share photographs of their favourite views for a competition.
McCarthy Stone, the leading manager and developer of retirement communities behind the forthcoming Pym Court Retirement Living Plus development in Topsham, is looking to capture some of the architecture and culture that can be found around every corner of the town, so it can be enjoyed by its new and prospective homeowners.
The competition aims to showcase photographs of scenery, wildlife and landscapes taken by amateur photographers and members of the community that...
This weekend people can enjoy a glimpse of what makes a buzzing local town tick as a host of entrepreneurs and artisans take part in the first-ever Topsham Business Fair.
It’s not just an exhibition - visitors can see examples of what the local businesses make and the services they provide, and they can sample food and drink, or even work off those summer holiday pounds by taking part in free Zumba and Bootcamp try-out sessions.
There will be over 20 local businesses on show (full list below) and all are Business Supporters of Love Topsham, the community interest company...
One of the most active community organisations in the west country has made a splash by securing its 100th business supporter - a new watersports company.
Shaka Watersports has signed up to Love Topsham, the high profile community interest company that acts as a cheerleader for the East Devon estuary town.
Love Topsham already has scores of independent local firms as business supporters, ranging from food shops and fitness professionals to artisan craftspeople and even estate agents and holiday let owners, all based in and operating from Topsham.
The Right Worshipful the Lord Mayor of Exeter, Councillor Trish Oliver, donned a hard hat last week to help break the ground at McCarthy Stone’s latest Topsham Retirement Living Plus development, Pym Court on Beswick Avenue.
The Lord Mayor joined McCarthy Stone’s Senior Site Manager, Allen Hickman, and Assistant Site Manager, Tim Jackson, to take a closer look at development plans and mark construction at the site.
The new development will be made up of a mix of one and two-bedroom apartments exclusively designed for the over 70s. The properties will be available to buy off...