Honiton Band supports ShelterBox

PUBLISHED: 08:56 14 May 2012

Don Waterhouse accepts a cheque from Arthur Williams (left), musical director of Honiton Band.

Don Waterhouse accepts a cheque from Arthur Williams (left), musical director of Honiton Band.

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Charity concert held in St Paul’s Church.

Honiton Band has raised £356 for ShelterBox after holding a charity concert in St Paul’s Church.

Don Waterhouse, the local representative for ShelterBox, gave a presentation, highlighting the work of the charity’s volunteers.

Those who attended were able to see a wide variety of items that a ShelterBox contains. A 10-person tent was erected in the Narthex of the church.

A band spokesman said: “We are pleased to announce the evening raised £356 for ShelterBox.

“A cheque was presented to Mr Waterhouse by Arthur Williams, musical director of Honiton Band.

“The band would like to convey its appreciation to those who attended and generously supported the evening.

“Thanks must also go to a group from within the Sheldon Singers, who contributed a commanding performance.”


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