Honiton Maturettes to give carnival a miss
HONITON Maturettes have decided to postpone a return to their youth for a year – after discovering they needed more practice than first thought.
HONITON Maturettes have decided to postpone a return to their youth for a year - after discovering they needed more practice than first thought.
The adult majorette troupe, made up of former members of Honiton Young Britons and Honiton Majorette, was due to give a one-night-only performance at this year's Honiton Christmas Carnival, taking place on Saturday, December 5.
But, after revising their plans during a training session at Honiton Royal British Legion Club, Maturettes decided a month was not long enough to plan and order uniforms.
Some of the majorettes also felt they needed more baton twirling practise.
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The newly-formed Honiton Cycling Club is to take part in the carnival.
Members are planning to decorate their bikes with lights for the occasion.
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