Honiton’s Festival of Imagination most successful to date
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Hundreds of people visited The Beehive in Honiton to enjoy the town’s annual Festival of Imagination.
The two-day event, held on Friday and Saturday, had the theme of ‘Time’ and saw several activities put on and talks held.
Sue Waring, who is part of the team of event organisers, said: “I think it went very well.
“We had over 250 people attending the festival on the Saturday.
“I am hopeful that number will increase as the event becomes more widely known about.”
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Sue said this year’s festival was the most successful to date, and added: “We had a very popular clock-making activity on offer, as well as paper bridge building.
“We also had Tudor costumes provided by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
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“This saw lots of people dress up and have their photos taken.
“Our talks were also very popular and I would like to thank everyone who made the festival such a big success.”
Visit www.midweekherald.co.uk to see more photos of the Festival of Imagination.