Headway Devon’s popular autumn bazaar returns to Exmouth
PUBLISHED: 15:32 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:34 09 October 2017
All funds raised at this month’s autumn bazaar sale will be used to improve the services available to people with brain injuries through Headway Devon’s day centre in Exmouth.
A charity dedicated to supporting people living with brain injuries is holding an autumn bazaar in Exmouth.
The annual event, organised by Headway Devon, is on Thursday, October 26, from 10.30am until 2.30pm, at the Open Door Centre, Church Street, Exmouth. On the day there will be cake and hot drinks, a stall selling second hand goods, games and a raffle.
All funds raised at the sale will be used to improve the services available to people with brain injuries through Headway Devon’s day centre in Exmouth.
The centre provides weekly support to people who have survived head injuries, stroke, brain tumour, meningitis and many other illnesses and accidents, but have been left facing difficulties and disabilities as a result.
Diana Russell, centre manager, said: “Events like this are a great way for us to raise funds for the centre and let people know about the vital work that is going on right here in the local community.
“Our coffee mornings are always popular in Exmouth and we’re very grateful to all the members of the public who come in to enjoy some home baking, try their luck in our raffle and find out more about what Headway Devon does.”