A “jolly” Christmas in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 13:13 17 December 2012 | UPDATED: 15:11 17 December 2012

The Mayor, Councillor David Foster, cuts a cake with the chairman of the Honiton Hospital League of Friends, Heather Penwarden, at the league's Christmas fair.

The Mayor, Councillor David Foster, cuts a cake with the chairman of the Honiton Hospital League of Friends, Heather Penwarden, at the league's Christmas fair.

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Honiton Hospital League of Friends get into the festive spirit at its Christmas fair.

A “jolly good time” was had by all at Honiton Hospital League of Friends’ Christmas fair.

There was plenty of festive fun on offer during the event at the community hospital, on Saturday, including carols and music from Honiton Town Band.

Visitors were also able to purchase some Christmas gifts and enjoy some delicious cakes and tea.

Father Christmas also stopped buy to chat with all the children and town crier Dave Retter led the raffle and an auction.

The town’s Mayor, Councillor David Foster, also attended the event.

The chairman of Honiton Hospital League of Friends, Heather Penwarden, said: “A jolly good time was had by all and a healthy profit was made for the League of Friends funds all of which will go back to providing extra comforts for the patients of our super community hospital.”


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