Rally of support for PSFA

PUBLISHED: 12:48 23 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:29 15 June 2010

SUPPORT for the Parents', Staff and Friends' Association at Honiton Community College means the fledgling organisation can continue. Prior to the association's annual meeting, attended by college principal Norman Tyson, it was feared the group would have

SUPPORT for the Parents', Staff and Friends' Association at Honiton Community College means the fledgling organisation can continue.Prior to the association's annual meeting, attended by college principal Norman Tyson, it was feared the group would have to be "mothballed".Positive feedback at the event led to the formation of a sub-committee, to oversee organisation of a fund-raising concert at Honiton Motel on May 9.Sweet Black Angels, a folk-rock band with strong local roots and celebrity support, will perform at the event.Sixth formers at the college will design posters and outlets are being sought for ticket sales.Honiton Round Table is to be asked to provide security.The association's treasurer has agreed to stay on in the post, until a replacement can be found. A sponsor is being sought to promote the association in the college newsletter.The association is to produce a fund-raising cookbook to boost funds.Tracey Hawker, a Friend of Honiton Community College, has offered to organise a match-funded event with the support of Barclays Bank.Watch this space for further news from the PSFA.


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