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Hatherleigh Festival 2007

The Festival runs from July 12th to July 15th and takes place in the streets and venues of the town, so anyone can come and join in the fun. Some events require tickets - please check beforehand if you are keen to see them as they may be sold out.

Festival web site here

This page will be continually updated during the Festival so visit often to keep your eye on what's happening.

Thursday July 12th: Energia Samba Band on opening night

 

   
Thursday July 12th: Comedy at the Centre

Zoe Lyons

Jeff Innocent

Stan Stanley

 

Friday 13th July: The Queens at the Community Centre
July 15th: Loose Cannons in The Square
July 16th: Poissons Rouge in The Square

After short lessons, folk were able to 'dance to the music'.


The Revd. Ruth Hansford was on hand to carry out the Festival Prize Raffle after Les Trois Poissons finished their set. She was licensed as Priest in charge of Hatherleigh, Meeth, Exbourne and Jacobstowe on 16th July Monday evening in the Church of St. John the Baptist, Hatherleigh.


 


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