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PROMOTIONAL FEATURE

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COMMUNITY
PAPERBACK
BOOK SWAP

THE Open DAW assisted by the Methodist
church operate a monthly paperback book
swap for the community. This is held on the
second Friday of each month in the Methodist
Church Hall in Brunswick Place.

People are invited to bring along e.g. five paperbacks
and can change them for one to five books from the boxes
of books on the table. There is no charge for doing this.
While in the hall why not have a cuppa with a cake,
toasted teacake, bacon bap or even a mini breakfast.
Should you wish to purchase a book this can only be
done at the front of the church in the Open DAW.
Our next book swap takes place on Friday, May 8
10.00am – 12 noon in the church hall. After the election
you may want to take your mind off it all, so why not
come along, have a good browse and relax.
Harry Moore, The Open DAW

CHURCH SERVICES
Dawlish
Christian
Fellowship
Old Town Street

10.30am
FAMILY WORSHIP

A warm welcome
awaits you

PARISH
CHURCH
ST GREGORY
THE GREAT
Dawlish
Sunday, 10th May
8.00am Holy Communion
9.30am Sung Eucharist
11.30am Family Service
4.00pm Christian Aid Service
at the Methodist Church

TEIGNMOUTH
UNITED
REFORMED
CHURCH
Dawlish street
Sunday 10th May
10.30-11.30am
Preacher:
Miss Catherine Harris
All welcome to our
friendly church.
Stay for tea or coffee
afterwards.

STRAND
UNITED
REFORMED
CHURCH

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Dave
the
Pirate
ALEXANDRA

CINEMA
NEWTON ABBOT

Prog. Info & booking:
0871 2303200
www.scottcinemas.co.uk
FRIDAY 8th UNTIL
THURSDAY 14th MAY
‘MEERKAT MOVIES’
NOW AVAILABLE ON
TUESDAYS AND
WEDNESDAYS – SEE
WWW.COMPARETHEMARKET.COM
FOR DETAILS!
FAR FROM THE MADDING
CROWD
(12A) (2hr.25m)
FRI: 5.45
SAT – THUR: 5.00, (7.50)
AVENGERS – AGE OF
ULTRON
(12A) (2hr.50m)
FRI: 8.30:2D
SAT & SUN: 1.30:2D*,
4.50:3D*, 8.10:2D*
MON — WED 4.50:3D*,
8.10:2D*
THUR: 4.50:3D*
CINDERELLA
(U) (2hr.20m)
SAT & SUN: 2.30

DAWLISH
Sunday, 10th May
10.30am
Christian Aid Service taken
by Mrs June Wilson
4.00pm
United Christian Aid
Service at St Gregory’s
Church

ADVANCE SCREENING
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD*
(15) (2hr.25m)
THURSDAY: 8.10

Brunswick Place
Sunday 10th May
10.25am
Rev Ken Welford
5.30pm
Informal worship with
Mr Harry Moore

ST GEORGE’S
CHURCH
HOLCOMBE
Sunday, 10th May

KIDS CLUB :
EVERY SATURDAY
DOORS 10.00am for 10.30
START. ALL TICKETS £2.00.
SAT 9th MAY:
SHAUN THE SHEEP (U)
(1hr.35m)
BIG HERO 6* (PG) (2hrs)
DOORS OPEN 15 MINS. PRIOR TO
START OF FIRST PERFORMANCE
( ) = Subtitled Tues. * = W heelchair Access

SINGERS CELEBRATE
DIAMOND JUBILEE
TEIGN Choral Society was founded in
1955 and to celebrate their diamond
jubilee they have invited friends from
Kingsteignton’s Choir 86 to join them
in performing the well loved Vivaldi
Gloria, and beautiful works by Bizet
and Schubert.
A Rogers and Hammerstein medley
(Oklahoma, Sound of Music etc etc including
There is Nothing Like a Dame) will add extra
oomph! Wonderful tunes that were very
popular in 1955.
Four very good soloists will really
complement the work of the choir with their
artistry and dramatic interpretation. The two
choirs and soloists will be accompanied by an
orchestra and Aubrey Maybin on continuo
and all will be directed by conductor David
Bowles.
It should be a memorable evening, the
society looking back on its 60 years of
achievement and eagerly anticipating the next
60.
The society will be holding a members’
social at the Alice Cross Centre on
Wednesday, May 20. It is a very informal
event and former members who would like to
attend would be most welcome. Please let
Nigel Berryman know (01626 773286) by
May 16 if you would like
to come to the social.

Teign Choral
Society
presents
60TH ANNIVERSARY
CONCERT
Saturday 16th May
St Michael’s Church
Teignmouth, 7.30pm
Tickets £7 from choir members
and Tourist Information, the Den.

Rogation Sunday
8.00pm Holy
Communion BCP
9.30pm Sung Eucharist

£8 on the door. Children £3
(all tickets include refreshments).

Tuesday, 12th May

The Clifford
Jazz Cafe

9.40am Quiet Prayer
10.30 Holy Communion
with prayers for healing

To advertise in What’s On
contact Dawlish 01626

864161 or Teignmouth
01626 779494

IN JUST over a fortnight, the Mayor
of Exmouth, Bill Nash, will announce
cider festival, Scrumpstock open at
5pm on Friday, May 15 for a weekend
of festivities at Exmouth Rugby Club.
Exmouth’s Town Crier will also be in
attendance.
Exmouth’s Mayor Bill Nash said:
‘Exmouth Town Council is dedicated to supporting activities for residents and visitors
alike in Exmouth. We welcome the Scrumpstock Festival at the Exmouth Rugby Club
and wish it every success.’
Adults attending the festival can bring
under 18 year olds in for free to enjoy puppet
shows by Rattlebox Theatre, one featuring a
pirate nun, face-painting, bubbles, games
stalls, music, food and soft drinks.
To support young adults over the age of 18,
Scrumpstock is benefitting Devon-based charity, the Snooky Trust, which was set up in
memory of charity founder Caz Steffens’
brother Chris Snook, who died aged 27.
Following the severe storms in early 2014,
The Snooky Trust worked with Dawlish Town

MOZART
Requiem
SATURDAY,
9th MAY
7pm

Exmouth’s Mayor Bill Nash

Teignmouth
Spiritualist Church
14a Orchard Gardens ~ Teignmouth
TQ14 8DS ~ 01626 870277
Discussion on Spiritual Law
11th May 7.30pm £3
Veil Painng 18th May 7.30pm £3
CLAIRVOYANCE WEDNESDAY
From 7.30pm • £3
SPIRITUAL HEALING SATURDAYS
10am unl noon
SUNDAY DIVINE SERVICE
From 6.30pm
teigncsc@gmail.com • Teign Spirit

Live at

The Ferryboat Inn

DAWLISH CHRISTIAN
SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH
Albert Street, Dawlish

MATT CARTER TRIO
WITH TOM DREWETT
& LEIGH COLEMAN

Friday 8th May

FILTA

CHURCH SERVICES

8.30pm - FREE ADMISSION

Sunday 10th MAY

SPIRITUAL
HEALING
Tuesdays 2.00-4.00pm
ALL WELCOME

(Monday night only)
BOOK A TABLE NOW

• 01626 872311 •
Fore Street, Shaldon

MAFIA BABIES
OPEN MIC NIGHT
2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month

Teignmouth and
Dawlish Community
Interest Company

Annual
General
Meeting

St Peter’s Church,
Shaldon

Thursday
21st May

TEL: 01626 873492

The Manor House
Dawlish 6.30pm

for details

The Strand, Shaldon (01626) 872340

Set meals from £14.95
including 1 glass of house wine

Council to help 46 people who had to flee
their destroyed seafront homes and were left
with just the clothes in which they were
standing. Caz said she was overwhelmed and
humbled by people donating food, toiletries,
clothing and bedding.
As well as diverse musical acts performing
at the festival, there are jam sessions on the
Saturday and Sunday for festival-goers who
want to make their own music.
Just confirmed are folk pop indie band
Bonsai Pirates from Bournemouth, Boy Le
Monti from North Dorset who play old skool
ska and rocksteady, Jamaican dance music of
the sixties, and Whack Turkey from South
Wales, whose act is known as The Rapture.
In terms of food there will be Devon’s own
Westaways, famed for their gourmet pork
sausages in freshly baked rolls.
Fans of pies and pasties will find Chunk of
Devon from nearby Ottery St Mary, with varieties including steak, chicken, sausage and
ham, as well as their award-winning roasted
vegetable pasty.
Tickets are still available on www.scrumpstock.co.uk

Shaldon Singers

Monday 11th May

Sundays at 6.30pm

25

PORT WELCOMES FESTIVAL

HOME
(U) (1hr.45m)
SAT & SUN: 12.15

DAWLISH
METHODIST
CHURCH

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Gazette/News Wednesday, May 6, 2015

TEIGNMOUTH FOLK CONCERTS
Top acapella folk trio at

THE ALICE CROSS CENTRE, Teignmouth
9th May, 8pm – £14 (£12 advance)
01626 775517 • www.teignmouthfolkconcerts.co.uk