Wag from Widecombe to speak in Sidford and other news

07:00 22 April 2013

(c) Erik Snyder

Tony Beard, the ‘Wag from Widecombe’ will be talking at Sidford Social Hall in May. Read this and more.

GARDENS PLEA: Sidmouth in Bloom is calling on green-fingered residents to open their gardens to help raise money for the planting schemes around the town.

Events are set to take place on July 5,6, and 7, and July 13,14 and 15.

A variety of both large and small gardens are being sought.

Call Cheryl on 01395 577711 or email info@sidmouthinbloom.org.

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TALK: Tony Beard, the ‘Wag from Widecombe’ will be talking at Sidford Social Hall on May 17 from 7.30pm.

For tickets (£6 including supper), call Carole Marchant on 01395 515429.

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