Sidmouth Twinning Circle enjoyed a fondue evening and other news
Around 34 members of the Sidmouth Twinning Circle enjoyed a fondue evening at St John’s Hall. Read this and more.
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Christine Bull, social secretary, and members of the committee organised a cheese fondue with crudit�s, followed by a pudding of apple cake and cinnamon tea.
They had been able to hone their cheese cooking skills and pick up tips from the the Swiss tutors who accompanied the Swiss students to Sidmouth College last month.
Funds raised from the evening will go towards hosting an anticipated visit from the Twinning Association of Le Locle in September 2013.
Anyone interested in joining the Twinning Circle should call Christine on 01395 515434 or Judi on 01395 577585.