Official launch of Sausage and Cider Festival 2014

PUBLISHED: 16:24 17 September 2013 | UPDATED: 17:19 17 September 2013

Pictured at the promotional launch of next year's music festival in aid of the Devon Freewheelers is town mayor David Foster, foundation committee member Phil Paver, cllr John O'Leary-Culture Champion at East Devon, Colin Wright chairman of Honiton and District Chamber of Commerce, Devon Freewheelers East Devon co-ordinator and Fleet Manager Mick Scaife and other local business representatives. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhh 8708-35-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders.

Pictured at the promotional launch of next year's music festival in aid of the Devon Freewheelers is town mayor David Foster, foundation committee member Phil Paver, cllr John O'Leary-Culture Champion at East Devon, Colin Wright chairman of Honiton and District Chamber of Commerce, Devon Freewheelers East Devon co-ordinator and Fleet Manager Mick Scaife and other local business representatives. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhh 8708-35-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders.

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Website launched for new festival event in Honiton, which is in aid of Devon Freewheelers.

The organisers of next year’s Honiton Sausage and Cider Festival have officially launched the community event.

The Honiton Foundation, which includes the Mayor of Honiton, Councillor David Foster, held an open afternoon on Friday for the event’s supporters.

It also coincided with the launch of the festival website at http://honitonfestival.org.

The Wurzels will be headlining the festival, on Saturday, May 3, 2014.

Anyone interested in sponsoring the festival or getting involved is urged to contact David Foster on 01404 45106.


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