Saturday, May 19, 2012
Firefighters from Exmouth freed a person stuck in a toilet at Liverton Business Park on Saturday night. Read this and more.
STUCK IN LOO: Firefighters from Exmouth freed a person stuck in a toilet at Liverton Business Park on Saturday night.
The crew was called to the toilet at midnight, the fire service said.
A Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “One fire engine from Exmouth was sent to a report of somebody stuck inside a toilet. Crews used small tools to release the person uninjured.”
FAMILY HISTORY: Connecting and using newspapers and family history to trace family history is the theme of the talk at Littlemead Methodist church hall, on Thursday, May 24.
Janet Henwood, education coordinator for Devon Family History Society, will be leading the way at the Exmouth Family History Club event. Beginners and visitors welcome. Entry is £2.
POETRY: The next meeting of the Exe Poets takes place on Wednesday, May 23, at 16 Victoria Road.
The Hands-On-Health event is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month, from 7.15pm-9.15pm.
Entry is £2.50, to include tea or coffee. All are welcome to read poems or listen. Contact Trish Lake for more information on 07800571873.
FESTIVAL CLIMAX: Joey and the Lips plus Abba tribute band Dancing Queen will bring Exmouth Festival to a close on Friday, June 8, with a concert at the Imperial Recreation Ground. The performance starts at 7.30pm with a firework grand finale at 10pm. The ground opens at 6pm and entry is by ticket only. Tickets are £8 in advance, available from Exmouth Information Centre at Travelworld, the town hall or Budleigh Salterton TIC, or £12 on the gate. The event is in support of various Rotary Club chosen charities. Visitors can take along a picnic. Book online at :www.exmouthrotaryclub