Diary dates for East Devon

PUBLISHED: 17:00 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:30 06 December 2017

Seaton Choral Society in action

Seaton Choral Society in action


Why not get festive with some of the events that are taking place across the area?

A bingo session is being held in Hawkchurch on Thursday, December 14, at the village hall, with doors opening at 7pm and eyes down at 7.30pm.

All proceeds will go to the village hall, the postcode for which is EX13 5XD.

For bingo queries, contact Brenda 01297 678327.


Hawkchurch Christmas Fayre takes place from 2pm to 5pm, at Hawkchurch Village Hall, on Saturday, December 9.

Entrance for adults £1 and children get in free.

There will be a range of stalls selling Christmas goodies, gifts, cards and decorations, games, raffle, refreshments.

Any queries, please contact Ruth 01297 678354


Seaton Choral Society will present a splendidly varied programme for this year’s Christmas concert on Sunday, December 10.

The performance will be at 4pm (doors open 3.30pm) at The Gateway, Fore Street, Seaton. Tickets £10 in advance (under-18s free) from The Gateway Box Office (Tel: 01297 625699) or £12 on the door.


The Lyme Regis Society is hosting a talk entitled ‘The Romans in West Dorset, what we can still see’ by Steve Wallis, senior archaeologist at Dorset County Council.

It will be held at 2.30pm, on Tuesday, December 12, at Woodmead Halls, Hill Road, Lyme Regis. DT7 3PG

All Welcome.

Members Free. Visitors £3. Including refreshments.


Ballroom, Latin and sequence dancing will be taking place at the Stowford Community Centre, Sidmouth, on Saturday, December 9.

Hosted by the Dancing Duo of Henry and Jeannie Clark, it will run from 8pm to 11pm.

The event will have a Christmas theme, with refreshments.

Entry will cost £6 per head.

Visit www.dancingduo.co.uk for more information, or call 01803 325905.

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