Honiton Diamond Jubilee concert - photo gallery
Talent shines for sell-out show in St Paul’s Church
Honiton has got talent and it positively shone when members of the town’s pantomime society, local musicians and other performers staged a show the town could be proud of to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
St Paul’s Church was packed out for the event last Saturday night, which was attended by the mayor, Councillor David Foster, and other civic dignitaries.
Organised by local groups, including the pantomime society, in association with Honiton Town Council, the event showcased a broad range of local talent.
Honiton Band provided musical entertainment.
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Tickets for the free event went like hot cakes and everybody involved in the event says it was a fantastic success.
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