Baubles and cakes to add to school funds in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 17:30 01 December 2016

Bradleys estate agent manager Liz Davis with Lisa Rayner and Kiera Burnell selling christmas baubles. Ref mhh 47-16TI 2189. Picture: Terry Ife

Bradleys estate agent manager Liz Davis with Lisa Rayner and Kiera Burnell selling christmas baubles. Ref mhh 47-16TI 2189. Picture: Terry Ife

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Bradleys is set to sell festive ornaments to help Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education.

A Honiton-based estate agents is holding a festive fundraising stall this weekend to help the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education.

Bradleys, in High Street, has been raising money for the school throughout the year.

The academy is currently working towards its long-term goal of building a new school that is better equipped to deal with their students’ needs.

They will be selling baubles, which have been specially painted by the students, outside its High Street premises this Saturday (December 3).

The festive stall will be up and running from 10am to 3pm, with 40 baubles available to purchase.

Elizabeth Davis, branch manager of Bradleys Honiton, said: “We are very proud of the students at the deaf academy for the hard work they have put into creating these fantastic baubles.

“Such imaginations with such lovely results – we can’t wait for you all to see them for yourselves.”

A select few baubles will be held back to display in St Paul’s Church, in Honiton, for it’s Christmas tree festival, also being held in December.

The stall will also be selling homemade cakes, for which donations are also welcome.


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