Exmouth’s Bicton Inn has lined up a number of events for the festive fortnight.
A large number of Christmas church services for Exmouth and surrounding areas have been announced.
Poet Sarah Acton will be signing copies of her latest publication in Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton this Friday (December 15).
A popular seasonal display – ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ – is currently back on for a return run at Budleigh Salterton’s Temple Methodist Church.
Tickets are starting to sell out for the Exmouth Players’ current production – the pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, written by Alany Frayn.
This year’s Carols on the Quay – the annual candle-lit service at Exmouth Marina – raised £433 for Christian Aid.
There’s a pantomime with a twist coming up at Exeter’s Barnfield Theatre.
The Reverend Richard Coles – the Radio 4 presenter, Strictly Come Dancing contestant and former member of the 1980s band The Communards – is to appear in Budleigh Salterton to talk about his extraordinary and varied career.
The popular Christmas carol evening at Exmouth’s Bicton Inn is coming up soon.
‘Secret Bystock’ is the subject of the next talk for Devon Wildlife Trust, Exmouth Local Group.
The Exmouth lantern parade – a much loved feature of the town’s cancelled Christmas Cracker – took place on Sunday, December 3, and was described as a ‘huge success’.
There’s been mixed reaction to the “cracking” Christmas market, which took place at Exmouth Ocean on Sunday, December 3.
This year’s Salterton Players’ Christmas offering will be a Radio Budleigh production of John Mortimer’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol.
A new café and bar has opened in Exmouth’s The Strand.
There’s a production of Cold Comfort Farm, The Musical coming up in Budleigh Salterton.
Festive events are beginning to come in thick and fast now that December is upon us.
A prominent local musician has reacted positively to news that the Famous Old Barrel – Exmouth’s ‘iconic’ music venue – may re-open soon.
The children’s lantern parade – a highlight of the town’s Christmas Cracker event – has been re-energised to coincide with Exmouth’s ‘Cracking Christmas Market’ on Sunday, December 3.
The owners of the Famous Old Barrel pub – Exmouth’s ‘iconic’ music venue – have confirmed that it’s currently closed.
An art show with a difference was hailed a ‘fantastic success’ when the human form turned canvas to become unique works of art.
Work from Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton artists will soon be on show in Exeter.
Exmouth Light Orchestra are back on Saturday, December 2 at 7.30pm in the Church of St John The Evangelist on Withycombe Village Road.
A recent memorial night in Exmouth for local drummer Gary Gray raised £1,482 for the Devon Air Ambulance charity.
There’s a Christmas market this Saturday (November 18) from noon to 2pm, at Exmouth Baptist Church, which has access from Victoria Road or Elm Grove.
It’s the final countdown for Exmouth Musical Theatre Company (EMCo), who open on November 22 at the Exmouth Pavilion with the 1980’s themed musical Rock of Ages.
Exmouth health and fitness clinic Hands-on Health is hosting a Yoga in the Dark event in aid of the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) at 7.45pm on Thursday, November 16.
Exmouth’s Open Door Centre on Church Street is holding a table-top sale on Saturday, November 18, from 10am to 3pm.
The Famous Old Barrel pub – an ‘iconic’ music venue in Exmouth – appears to have temporarily closed.
Exmouth’s festive activities will have their traditional start on the last Friday of November.
A two-day body-painting event is coming up in Exmouth.
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