Oscar winning film to be shown in Beer and other news

PUBLISHED: 07:00 17 June 2012

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The Artist will be screened by Beer Film Society on Monday, June 18 at Steamers. Read this and more.

JAPANESE ORIGAMI: Beer Women’s Institute will be hosting a demonstration and workshop by Joan Homewood on Wednesday, July 4 at the Mariners Hall at 7.30pm.

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FILM: The Artist will be screened by Beer Film Society on Monday, June 18 at Steamers. The black and white romantic comedy set in 1927 tells the story of the demise of the silent movie era. Tickets are £4 for members and £5 for others.

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CONCERT: Seaton and District Lions Club will be holding a concert with Sidmouth Town Band on Friday, June 22, at 7.30pm. Tickets, at £7, are available from Seaton Town Hall box office between 10am and 1pm or by calling 01297 625699.

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CREAM TEA: Quintessential English tea time treats will be available in the garden of Musbury Barton, in Musbury, on Saturday and Sunday, June 30 and July 1 from 3 to 5pm.

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CALLING ALL TRAIN ENTHUSIASTS: Pecorama in Beer will be holding a transport enthusiasts’ weekend, in conjunction with Seaton Trams and South West Trains on Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24.

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UNUSUAL ALES: Both pubs in Branscombe are hosting beer festivals in the coming weeks. The Fountainhead’s event, from Friday 22 to Sunday 24, features the music of That’ll be the Day, Alan West & Steve Black, Daniella & Brent, The Tony Taylor Duo and Hobby Horse. While The Masons’ Arms festival from July 13 to 15 promises to be a “lively event” with “unusual ales”, organisers said.

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RANGER POSITION: Monday, June 18 is the last day to apply to become a volunteer ranger with the National Trust in Branscombe. The position is for four days per week for a minimum of six months. Duties include strimming paths, building stiles and working with schools. Contact Sue Myers on 01297 680507, or sue.myers@nationaltrust.org.uk or see the website at www.nationaltrust.org.uk


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