Feniton History Weekend

PUBLISHED: 13:15 03 September 2008 | UPDATED: 22:17 15 June 2010

WHO received six whacks of a ruler at Feniton School in 1928, when did Feniton Railway Station re-open and what year did twinners from Louvigny first visit the village?

WHO received six whacks of a ruler at Feniton School in 1928, when did Feniton Railway Station re-open and what year did twinners from Louvigny first visit the village?Find out the answers to all these questions and more by visiting the Feniton History Days exhibition, being staged in the village hall and St Andrew's Church from September 12 to 14.The weekend event will include the history of local farming, old school reports, a competition for children and entertainment.A cheese and wine party, in the village hall, will take place on Friday, September 12, and closing events, on September 14, will include a ploughing match at Sidmouth Junction and a Songs of Praise-style service in the parish church.Proceeds of all the events will benefit the church roof fund.


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